Steam cleaners are used to clean hard surfaces, such as floors, walls, glass, and sealed hard wood surfaces. These machines have high output temperature for removing dirt and stains from hard surfaces. The output temperature of these machines ranges up to 386°F, depending upon the model.
The high output temperature is good for cleaning efficiency but it makes these machines unsuitable for use on soft surfaces. Soft surfaces, such as certain fabrics, should not be exposed to the output of steam cleaners, as these materials cannot withstand such high output temperature and may become damaged if exposed.
Here is an overview of some of the sophisticated features of modern steam cleaning machines offered by reputable companies such as Daimer®.
One of the major problems of using conventional steam cleaning machines was that operators needed to stop work midway through the cleaning process to refill the tank. As technology advances, suppliers such as Daimer®, now offer machines with advanced technologies to enhance user convenience. One such machine is the KleenJet® 3000CV with continuous refill technology. This feature allows the operator to fill up a separate water tank, which then deposits water into the boiler tank when it runs low. Steam cleaners with this technology allow the operator to continuously work without having to stop, refill the tank, and wait for the water to reheat.
Many of the latest models of steam cleaners, including the KleenJet® 3000CV, are equipped with powerful vacuum features that eliminate both dry and wet residue left behind after the cleaning process. Without an attached vacuum, operators must manually clean up the mess with a brush or towel, or carry around a separate vacuum.
Daimer®, a top supplier of cleaning products, offers steam cleaners equipped with both these features. In addition, many of their steam cleaners include their ATIS® anti-bacterial technologies and HEPA filters to eliminate more than 99 percent of disease causing allergens, germs, and bacteria. For additional cleaning power, Daimer® also offers green cleaning chemicals in their Eco-Green® series for a safe alternative to toxic chemicals. For more details, visit www.daimer.com.