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How’s this for five-star service?

23-11-2011
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Warequip, a premier supplier of handling equipment, has released the new Powered 2 Go Maid’s Cart for a wide variety of applications. 

The five-star powered maids cart is based on the popular Rubbermaid 6189 maids’ cart. 

Features include commercial grade moulded construction, which makes cleaning quick and easy. The cart also has moulded in colour for a long lasting aesthetic. 

The unit is fitted with Warequip’s Powered 2 Go Turnmates drive system with central drive wheels to make manoeuvrability and operation simple. 

The unit comes standard with vinyl bags, bumpers and has ample storage space. 

Safety features include emergency stop and variable speed control.

Optional accessories are available to enhance functionality and productivity including, tool organiser, linen bag, locking door and hood. 

Applications range from hotels, motels, apartment complexes, mining camps and aged care facilities. 

Dealers are available Australia wide. Contact Warequip to arrange a free demonstration.

Warequip
Ph: 1800 337 711

www.warequip.com.au

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