17 September 2008

Industrial Pressure Washers

Industrial Pressure Washers
Industrial or Commercial Pressure Washing applications require serious industrial pressure washers. These pressure washers must feature power, versatility and extreme cleaning power. And with the wide variety of applications in an industrial setting, industrial pressure washers make pressure washing easy. Like all pressure washers, industrial pressure washers feature a number of options to customize these machines to any industrial or commercial application or need. And, Daimer®’s numerous options offer a pressure washer to meet any need.

Industrial Pressure Washers are available with four heating options. Cold water pressure washers are ideal for applications requiring high pressure, but that do not require the additional cleaning power afforded by heat. Hot water pressure washers combine the additional cleaning power of heat with high pressure for highly effective pressure washing in an industrial or commercial. Steam pressure washers, unlike the other two options, offer the same high temperature cleaning power and high pressure of the hot water pressure washers but with 1/10th the water flow. This allows for much more efficient cleaning. Bringing together the best of all three types of machines are the tri-mode pressure washers which can function independently as a steam, cold water or hot water pressure washer.

In an industrial setting, the mobility options of a pressure washer are essential. Stationary models allow factories and other warehouses the option of having a highly powerful pressure washer as a permanent addition to their facility. Wall mountable, truck mountable, trailer mountable and mobile units with wheels all offer various mobility options that meet the specific needs of particular users.For added versatility, Daimer®’s industrial pressure washers can be purchased with a variety of heating options, like: electric, gasoline, oil, propane, natural gas and diesel.

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Carpet Extractors

commercial carpet extractor
Carpet extractors are the ideal piece of equipment for any professional with a need to quickly and easily clean carpet and fabric. Carpet extractors are so effective because they contain three robust mechanical components: a powerful vacuum motor to “extract” the dirty water, a pressurized pump to inject the water into the carpet and upholstery fibers and a heating system to provide hot water to break down the dirt and grime quickly.

In professional auto detailing, carpet and fabric seat cleaning is an essential part of any interior detail job. It is important to leave seats and carpets clean and stain & odor free. Less powerful carpet cleaners may remove dirt from carpets, but they will not leave carpets and fabrics fresh. Daimer®’s carpet extractors, however, inject heated water into the carpet and use the powerful motor to extract the dirty water. This combined with the added cleaning power of heat leaves carpets and fabrics cleaner than any carpet extractors.

This process is effective on virtually any carpet or fabric surfaces, and is ideal for: carpet cleaning, auto detailing, upholstery cleaning, carpet stain removal and more. Carpet extractors can lift even the heaviest soils from carpets and fabrics.

Daimer®’s XTreme Power® carpet extractors represent the latest in advanced carpet cleaning technology designed for use in home, commercial and industrial applications. All of Daimer®’s carpet extractors are comprised of the highest quality components, bringing durability and longevity to these already powerful machines. Best of all, Daimer®’s carpet extractors feature exclusive low-moisture technology, allowing carpets to dry in as little as 2 hours!

15 September 2008

Carpet Cleaners

Carpet Cleaners
Carpets play an essential aspect in everyone’s lives. Yet, daily use, children and pets can leave carpets soiled and dirty. Home, commercial and industrial carpet cleaners will prolong the life of your carpet even in the face of these deterring substances by vacuuming out dirt particles which graze rugs and carpets and dull their appearance.

Daimer® offers two types of carpet cleaners: heated steam carpet cleaners and non-heated carpet cleaners. All of Daimer®’s carpet cleaners are, in fact, carpet extractors; meaning they fully remove stains and dirt while other non-extracting carpet cleaners leave dirt and solution in carpet fibers.

Non-heated carpet cleaners by Daimer® suction up dirt and solution, leaving carpets clean, fresh and dry. However, these carpet cleaner machines do not have the ability to kill germs and drying times are longer. Steam carpet cleaners offer the added cleaning power of heat, which allows for killing germs and sanitizing germs. And, with Daimer®’s low-flow technology, these carpet cleaners clean carpets while leaving them drier than other carpet cleaners available. Carpets cleaned with Daimer®’s XTreme Power® steam carpet cleaners dry in as little as 2 hours!

Home, commercial and industrial users alike have specific needs for their various carpet cleaning applications. As such, Daimer® offers a carpet cleaner for virtually every application. Users can choose among varying drying times, power options, solution & recovery tank size, pump pressure and more to find a machine that is suitable for their needs. Additionally, these carpet cleaners can be purchased with different wands to expand the versatility of these machines, including: carpet cleaning wands, upholstery wands and stair wands.

Vapor Steam Cleaners

vapor steam cleaners
Vapor Steam Cleaners
Vapor Steam Cleaners help remove most difficult dirt & stains, kill dust mites, mold, germs, spores and bacteria, and much more with just using plain water and no harmful supermarket chemical cleaners. There are several main types of steam cleaners. Cheap, weak hand-held steam cleaners are sold in the industry and are geared towards those who want something to clean very small areas. Unfortunately, they lack the cleaning power offered by more professional steam cleaners. Granted, these little steam cleaners are lightweight and inexpensive, but they don't hold much water. Plus, the lower heat does not make them qualify as vapor steam cleaners, which should reach temperatures of at least 295°F and pressure of at least 65 psi.

Always compare vapor steam cleaners to make sure you are getting the highest pressure and temperature levels possible for your money. Contrary to what some companies might say offering weaker steam cleaners, you can never have too much pressure and temperature when it comes to vapor steam cleaners. Consider the vapor is dry and will never create so much impact, even when reaching 150 psi, as to create any damage whatsoever. Also look for vapor steam cleaners with replaceable heating elements, lifetime boiler warranties, and other advanced or patented features to help ensure maximum cleaning power and vapor steam cleaner longevity.

The best vapor steam cleaners are more rugged and portable steam cleaners with wheels that roll along with floor surface. The machines are designed to clean a wider area and range of surfaces, usually with a variety of attachments. You can attach a towel to two different brushes if you use more professional vapor steam cleaners, and then clean and wipe surfaces simultaneously.

Vapor steam cleaners with vacuums are another type of vapor steam cleaner technology the absolute ultimate in productivity and versatility. These machines offer the ability to steam and clean most floors and then vacuum the residue. These multi-purpose machines offer the best productivity since the user does not need to wipe the residue off the floor surface as is the case with vapor steam cleaners lacking vacuum cleaner functionality. Only certain makers offer steam cleaners with vacuums that can also be used as traditional vapor steam cleaners without vacuuming for surfaces that would be best cleaned with be finishing the task with towel wiping.

Steam Cleaners

Are you looking for harmful chemical and detergent-free cleaning? Steam cleaners allow you to clean tile, grout, showers, counter tops, appliances, and virtually unlimited surfaces using plain tap water and no hazardous chemicals to negatively affect indoor air quality or health. If you are serious about avoiding hazardous cleaning chemicals, you should consider a steam cleaner with enough run time and high pressure steam cleaners to help tackle tough stains, kill dust mites, bacteria, viruses and mold.

Steam cleaning in and of itself will clean most surfaces without any chemicals, but sometimes chemicals, which should only be green chemicals, are needed to as a pre-spray prior to applying steam in order to maximize cleaning power. We strongly urge those considering steam cleaners to avoid harmful chemicals that are proven disruptive to those with allergies, asthma, and other ailments, as well as children, pets, the elderly, and others.

Ponventional steam cleaners include a pressure cap leading to a boiler tank within which is a heating element. The tank is filled with plain water that is then heated to boiling. This creates pressurized steam, which is released through a nozzle or hose. Steam can be directed towards surfaces for cleaning, and the pressure of the steam in conjunction with the appropriate tools help loosen and clean dirt, grime, and more.

Continuous refill steam cleaner technology, offers the user the highest level of productivity to users, are included in only the better steam cleaners. These machine include no pressure cap, two chambers, a water chamber and separate boiler chamber. The water chamber automatically feeds the boiler with water whenever the boiler requires more water.

Continuous refill allows users to add water into the pressure-free water chamber and clean non-stop; they do not need to power down the steam cleaner (as is the case with conventional steam cleaners without continuous refill technology), de-pressurize, add more water, and wait for reheating. Those needing to clean large surface area, wanting more convenience, cleaning professionally, most businesses, and others really appreciate the benefits and productivity gains by using continuous refill technology.

Pressure Washers

pressure washers
Pressure Washers are the ideal tools for a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications. However, the process of choosing pressure washers that are right for you can be daunting. There are a number of options to consider, like steam, cold water or hot water; power options like electric, gasoline or propane; heating options like propane, electric, natural gas or heating oil; mobility options like portable, trailer mountable and stationary; and wide ranges of flow rates and pressures.

Cold water pressure washers are great for cleaning with high pressure, but lack the cleaning power afforded by heat. Hot water pressure washers are ideal for cleaning caked on dirt and for applications requiring the sanitizing power of hot water. Steam pressure washers offer the same sanitizing power and high pressures while emitting up to 1/10 the water flow. With high temperature steam and high pressure, steam pressure washers feature strong cleaning power to remove a host of stubborn substances while killing bacteria. But, the best pressure washers allow you actively choose among these three options on one machine.

In terms of energy usage, users must consider the price and availability of propane, gasoline, diesel, electricity, heating oil and kerosene in their purchasing decision.
Mobility options allow users to choose how their pressure washers will best be used. Stationary models are ideal for industrial facilities requiring the addition of a permanent pressure washer system. Portable and trailer mountable machines offer more flexibility for users that require mobile pressure washers.

With all of these options in mind, Daimer® offers pressure washers to suit every need and application. The one thing that all of these diverse pressure washers have in common is power. They use high-pressure water to remove mold, grime, dust, mud, dirt, food particles, grease and much more from surfaces, like buildings, vehicles, concrete, roads, sidewalks and more.