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Advance Advenger with EcoFlex System Wins 2009 Top Product Award
Date:3/2/2010

FacilityCare magazine recognizes Nilfisk-Advance for meeting the cleaning equipment needs of the healthcare industry

Minneapolis (Vocus) March 2, 2010 -- Nilfisk-Advance, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of professional cleaning equipment, is pleased to announce that its Advance Advenger® with EcoFlex System has won FacilityCare magazine’s 2009 Top Product Award for Maintenance Management.

FacilityCare magazine’s seventh annual Top Product Awards program recognizes innovative new products that contribute to the enrichment of healthcare facilities through their design, operation or maintenance support. Every year, an expert panel of healthcare industry professionals judge the entries, and the winning products are chosen for their outstanding ability to contribute to a safe, healing and effective environment.

Karen Gaspers editor of FacilityCare, said, “The Top Product Awards is an outstanding way to recognize and reward new healthcare products that meet the needs of the healthcare industry. I am pleased to present this year’s Top Product Awards to the manufacturers of these deserving products.”

Nilfisk-Advance, Inc. has won four out of the past five Top Product Awards for Maintenance Management, with previous awards won for its Advance Adphibian™ extractor / scrubber, Advance Adhancer™ one-pass hard floor maintenance system and Advance Convertamatic® AXP™ automatic scrubber.

The Advance Advenger with EcoFlex™ System is the first automatic rider scrubber that provides the operator a flexible cleaning solution that meets the entire floor cleaning needs of a facility, from green to clean. Operators can clean with plain tap water wherever and whenever possible, while an ultra-low detergent ratio can be used for normal, routine cleaning. With the push of a button, the operator can temporarily increase the cleaning power of the machine with a 60-second burst of power in order to tackle a problem area before returning to the original green cleaning mode. When tackling the dirtiest of floors, the operator can easily adjust solution ratio and flow rate to obtain maximum cleaning results. The Advenger with EcoFlex System provides the power and flexibility to have clean floors while still cleaning to green cleaning requirements. For more information on the Advance Advenger with EcoFlex System, visit www.advance-us.com.

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