27 February 2010

How Do HEPA Filters In Steam Cleaners Work?

Daimer®’s steam cleaners use several modern technologies to combat bacteria, mold, and other disease causing organisms. Its innovative anti-bacterial technology, for example, can eliminate up to 99.9 percent of germs. Not only do these machines achieve surface-level cleanliness by removing most visible stains and dirt – the steam penetrates deep into the fibers of rugs and upholstery and into corners and crevices of indoor spaces to disinfect the surface.

Many of the top steam cleaners from Daimer® are equipped with HEPA filters, as well. These HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. These filters block most particles (up to 99.97 percent) larger than 0.3 microns.

In steam cleaners where HEPA filters are used, these super-efficient strainers are placed at the valve that releases air outside the machine. Once the steam cleaner has suctioned in the particles during dry vacuuming, they cannot re-enter the environment through the filter. By contrast, steam cleaners that do not use these super-specialized filters release extracted dust particles back into the air through the rear exhaust system. This is the primary reason hotels, businesses, hospitals, and laboratories are switching to HEPA filter equipped systems to help them in their fight against dust, pollutants, and germs.

You can obtain more information about Daimer®’s HEPA steam cleaning equipment on www.daimer.com.

08 February 2010

Advanced Steam Cleaners Tackle Bacteria

Advanced Steam Cleaners
One reason why steam cleaners are effective cleaning machines is because they use the power of super-heated water to remove tough stains and deposits. Even hardened sedimentation can be softened and dissolved with the cleaning power of steam. However, Daimer® has taken this cleaning power a step further by adding a new technology to their steam cleaning machines.

Daimer's KleenJet® steam cleaning systems bundled with ATIS® technology can now sanitize and disinfect, as well. ATIS® or Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization™ works to eliminate 99.9 percent of harmful mold and bacteria from different surfaces. This technology has been tested by a nationally recognized laboratory in independent tests, ensuring these machines are proven effective in eliminating harmful pathogens on surfaces. These cleaning machines are also much safer than conventional cleaning methods, since chemical-based detergents often leave behind toxic traces that can potentially cause harm.

These steam cleaners can be useful in cleaning commercial kitchens, particularly food preparation areas, refrigerators, and deep freezers. Refrigerators and deep freezers are areas where large amounts of bacteria reside, especially from meat and dairy storage. These steam cleaning machines are also extremely effective in cleaning hospital areas, clinics, and nursing homes where hygiene is an important factor. Many hotels and hospitals use steam cleaning machines to clean bathrooms as well. To learn more about these steam cleaners , carpet steam cleaners and their other uses, visit to www.daimer.com.