Dispomop® came into being in 2003 and was awarded the prize for innovation at the Europropre tradeshow that year, in France, as the first disposable microfiber mop. It has come a long way since then!
In our production workshop, 15 min from Lille in France, in an ultra-low energy building, Dispomop® comes off the ultrasound cutting line at a rate of 60,000 units per day. We need just one staff member at each post to work this miracle and make this best seller the perfect floor cleaning product in risk contamination areas. That’s how responsive DECITEX can be to your needs.
How can we believe that such a thin textile can clean operating theatres, intensive care units, fire and rescue services and even floors or vertical surfaces in the pharmaceutical industry? Because we’re experts of course but also because a COFRAC (French Accreditation Committee) laboratory demonstrated it scientifically. The latter assessed Dispomop® in accordance with the EN16615 standard. The capacity of Dispomop® to remove bacteria from surfaces and hold them in its unique 100 % polyester microfiber achieves a 4,29 log reduction. Simply put, it can eliminate more than 99,995 % of bacteria from the surface using water alone!
Dispomop® doesn’t just offer hygienists cross-contamination control or a cutting-edge bacteriological level, it’s also easy to use and fits onto standard Hook & loop handles and frames on the market using the PAD provided in each box. No need to invest in complex equipment, manage spare parts or change working habits, ergonomic and lightweight, Dispomop® adapts to its environment.
This disposable French microfiber has a proven track record as the leading disposable microfiber mop on the market since 2003. And because Decitex tends to see things through, the Dispomop® packaging is just 15 microns and is oxo-biodegradable (one for the environment!). Lastly, it demonstrates versatility as an ideal back-up product in emergencies (infection, if the usual mop strip breaks, etc.) and no particle release thanks to the ultrasonic cutting of its sealed edges.