New for 2016 from AF – the improved Sprayduster Zero™ and mobile technology cleaning products Posted on 04 March 2016 | Tags: News, Product Launch, Sprayduster Zero AF International, established manufacturer and brand leader for specialist PC, office equipment and touch screen cleaning solutions is delighted to launch some exciting new products for 2016. Sprayduster ZeroTM has undergone some changes ensuring an even higher level of performance and there are some innovative mobile technology cleaning products. Sprayduster ZeroTM, a unique product embracing cutting edge technology was launched at Paperworld 2015 amidst a flurry of interest and quickly gained a reputation as a product way ahead of its time. Since the launch, AF International have investigated ways to make this great product even better and as a result are delighted to announce some positive benefits to the Sprayduster ZeroTM . Ron Jakeman, Managing Director “The Sprayduster ZeroTM now has even better performance with increased pressure and product longevity. This product really is the only solution for the changing legislation surrounding usage of HFO 134a at the end of 2017.” AF International are also delighted to announce some additional cleaning solutions for mobile technology. MTW is a handy pack of twenty-five mobile technology cleaning wipes, impregnated with a cleaning solution that is both alcohol- free and non-flammable. This is a universal cleaner suitable for cleansing all forms of mobile technology, leaving a smear free finish. TPC is a pack of three soft tablet cleaning cloths that is also suitable for cleaning other forms of mobile technology, invaluable for leaving an immaculate finish. Julia Vorley, Group Marketing Manager “We are a global brand and market leader in the field of computer cleaning products and are excited about the new additions to our range. The current trends for increased usage of mobile technology demands handy and effective cleaning solutions and our new products fit the bill perfectly.” Related News Posts Sorry, we couldn't find any related posts.