One year ago, market-leader Meese launched their unique Silva-Trux line of proven antimicrobial carts, Poly-Trux. This technology, certified through extensive independent research, provides an extra layer of protection to Meese carts, according to a news release. Meese Silva-Trux are infused by an antimicrobial agent that protects carts from deterioration caused by mold and mildew and even guards against odors and stains from microbial growth.
Originally available on the 5 most popular Meese carts (70P Silva-Trux, the 72P Silva-Trux, the 90P Silva-Trux, the 92P and the 101P Silva-Trux), this technology is now optional on ANY product in the Meese product line. “In these very challenging times, we wanted to make sure our customers could benefit from this in-demand technology no matter which Meese carts they may chose,” says Dan Rodriguez, national sales manager at Meese. “We are thrilled we can offer this additional protection to our carts to even more customers, especially at a time they need it most.”
For 50 years, starting with the 70P followed by the classic, often-imitated 72P, Meese has been a pioneer in the design and development of innovative plastic products. Today, Meese offers a long line of durable, safe, and ergonomic rotomolded carts in a wide variety of sizes and configurations to meet the ongoing needs of customers in linen transport, material handling, storage and outdoor lifestyle.
Research proves Meese Silva-Trux are certified antimicrobial. Those research findings are below. Silva-Trux does not protect users or others against disease causing bacteria. Always clean this product thoroughly after each use.
*AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Coloristsis) provided the test method. Thomson Research Associates, Inc is the test administrator.
About Meese: For 50 years, Meese has been a pioneer in the design and development of plastic products, delivering superior, ergonomically-designed, rotomolded plastic solutions for linen transport, material handling, storage and outdoor lifestyle. With an unwavering commitment to quality, innovation and personal service, the company utilizes the most sophisticated rotational molding system in the world and has plants strategically located across the United States. The Meese process of developing and designing bulk laundry carts routinely earns awards for excellence in design innovation and rotomolding skills. Starting with the original 70P, followed by the classic 72P, Meese remains committed to offering a long line of the toughest, safest and most durable carts in the business in a wide variety of sizes and configurations to fit the specific needs of all their customers.
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Correction: The article above has been changed due to an error.