28 November 2010

Steam Cleaners – For Effective Cleaning of Hard Surfaces

dissolve dirt and stubborn stains
Steam cleaners are powerful cleaning machines used to clean hard surfaces in such places as kitchens and bathrooms. They are also used to spot clean carpets. Steam cleaning machines use very little water during the cleaning process and can clean almost any hard surface effortlessly.

The temperature levels of quality steam cleaners, such as those that are retailed by Daimer®, can reach temperatures as high as 386°F and can sanitize many surfaces with their advanced ATIS® cleaning technology. Machines such as KleenJet® 1000CVP can be used with ATIS® anti-bacterial technology to provide superior cleaning and to remove more than 99 percent of germs and bacteria on the surface.

Steam cleaners from Daimer® often do not need the support of harsh chemicals to provide a thorough cleaning action. In addition to ATIS® technology, the 1000CVP also includes a HEPA filtration system for helping to eliminate dust and allergens in the air.

Although steam cleaning machines are often powerful enough to eliminate many tough stains, cleaning chemicals are sometimes needed for additional cleaning support. For these jobs, it is recommended to use green cleaning chemicals, such as Daimer®’s Eco-Green® Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner. These chemicals are safe for the environment, surface, and operator.

Steam cleaning machines dissolve dirt and stubborn stains by spraying dry steam at very high temperatures. They can melt away tough dirt stains from bathrooms and kitchen tiles and flooring. When equipped with an attached vacuum, they can also extract the liquid residue left behind during the cleaning process.

Visit www.daimer.com for more information on steam cleaners and their various applications.

17 November 2010

Carpet Cleaners for Removing Ink Stains

XTreme Power™ XPH-5900I
Carpet cleaners are capable of eliminating tough stains from carpets and upholstery, including marker, crayon, and ink stains. Choosing the right carpet cleaner for eliminating these stains can be difficult, especially when different surfaces need to be cleaned. To ensure optimal cleanliness, consider the following advice.

Buy Heated Carpet Cleaners
Carpet extractors work by injecting a mixture of water and cleaning solution into mats and carpets. This water and solution dissolve tough stains, which are then extracted using the carpet wand.

For removing ink stains, heated models are often preferred. The high temperature levels of such machines as Daimer®’s XTreme Power™ XPH-5900I can reach up to 210°F. Such high temperatures help loosen deep stains, making them easier to remove. It is important to make sure the carpet can withstand high temperatures while cleaning. Certain materials may melt, shrink, or bleed colors when exposed to high heat.

Some of the latest models of carpet cleaners contain inbuilt heating elements. Such machines, including the XPH-5900I, can provide an output temperature of up to 210°F, which can break the bond between the stain and the mat surfaces. Cleaning workers agitate the surface with the attached wand, which then extracts the dirty residue into a disposal tank.

Green Chemicals
One can enhance the extraction capability of these machines by pre-treating the surface with green chemicals. These are natural substances with no harmful side effects. Daimer Industries® supplies Eco-Green® Carpet Care & Upholstery designed to dissolve and crystallize dirt residues for faster, more efficient extraction.

Daimer®, a leading distributor of cleaning machines, provides both carpet cleaning machines and green chemicals. For more information about these machines, visit http://www.daimer.com/carpet-cleaner/.

16 November 2010

Pressure Washers – Versatile Cleaning Action

7000 AST Pressure Washer
Pressure washers are often used for outdoor cleaning applications. With highly pressurized water, they blast away tough dirt and debris from a variety of hard surfaces. Daimer®, a leading supplier of quality pressure washers and other cleaning machines, has a wide range of pressure cleaners ideal for applications from auto detailing to degreasing machinery. In addition, there are mobile pressure washing machines available for easy mobility across large areas, including multiple buildings, parking lots, streets, and more. These machines are powered by electricity or driven by fuels like gasoline, propane, or diesel.

Electric powered machines need a source of electricity to run. For this reason, many operators choose fuel powered machines when cleaning outdoors. However, using Daimer®’s Long Hose Technology can sometimes fix this problem, allowing operators to use electric powered machines where an outlet may not be available close by. This technology allows operators to use long hoses to reach places up to 300 feet away without moving the machine. In addition, such machines as Daimer®’s 7000 AST feature Automatic Shut-off Technology™. This feature shuts off the machine when there is no output through the trigger gun for 30 seconds, helping to reduce the wear and tear on pressure washers.

The Super Max™ series from Daimer® can undertake a wide range of cleaning operations because of its versatility. For example, the Super Max™ 7000 AST is powered by electricity and heated by fuel. It can provide effective cleaning through hot water, cold water, and even steam temperature levels. Steam output can be used to clean oil stains, grease, and other tough stains. The heat of the steam and the pressure of the machine together create a synergy action. There is other pressure cleaning equipment that utilize low-flow rates, especially for cleaning interiors where excess use of water can be quite a messy affair.

Visit www.daimer.com to know more about the various types of pressure washers available.

08 November 2010

Why Steam Cleaners Need Extraction Facility

Steam Cleaners
Steam cleaners have undergone a number of changes over the years. New technologies have been introduced and new, useful features have been added to these machines. The most remarkable feature of the new steam cleaning machines is the addition of an attached vacuum facility. Now, steam cleaners can not only eliminate tough stains, but extract the residue left behind, as well.

Importance of Vacuum Extraction

Steam cleaning machines work by ejecting high temperature output onto hard surfaces. Their output temperature can reach up to 386°F. Such high temperature levels melt stains commonly found in areas including kitchens and bathrooms. Daimer®, a reputable supplier of cleaning equipment, provides a number of steam cleaners with vacuum extraction capabilities in their KleenJet® series. One such machine, the KleenJet® 1000CVP, has a wet/dry vacuum for eliminating the residue left behind after the cleaning process.

The KleenJet® 1000CVP features pressure levels of 105 psi and temperature levels up to 349°F. With the attached vacuum, operators can easily eliminate the dirt and liquid residue left behind after the cleaning process. Without this feature, the residue must manually be eliminated using a sponge or towel. Often, these techniques do not clean as well as vacuum extraction.

Tips To Use and Choose Machines

Steam cleaners, such as the 1000CVP, also include Daimer®’s ATIS® technology for eliminating more than 99 percent of commonly found germs, fungi, and bacteria. This is helpful for cleaning kitchens and bathrooms, where dirt and germs often accumulate. To further enhance cleaning power, Daimer® also offers Eco-Green® cleaning chemicals, including the Eco-Green® Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner, as a safe alternative to toxic chemicals. Eco-Green® formulas are non-toxic, readily biodegradable solutions that can be paired with your steam cleaner.

Always choose machines from reputable suppliers such as Daimer®. Purchasing machines from quality suppliers ensures your machine is durable and built to withstand tough cleaning applications. Daimer® supplies a number of steam cleaners with different technologies for a variety of industries. To view the machines available, visit www.daimer.com.

01 November 2010

Carpet Cleaners and Their Various Technologies

Carpet Cleaner
Carpet cleaning involves removing dirt and stains from carpets and upholstery. It is necessary to use carpet cleaners to keep these areas neat and fresh and to maintain the hygiene of the work space. The many variations of carpet cleaners available on the market today can be used for a variety of cleaning applications.

Daimer® is a reputable supplier of cleaning machines, featuring a wide range of carpet cleaners that find applications in a wide array of businesses and industries. The XTreme Power® series from this premier supplier can be used for industrial and commercial carpet cleaning. They can remove stains caused by dirt, food and beverage spills, ink, and animals, amongst a host of other stains and deposits.

Low flow technology is the latest innovation offered by Daimer® with their carpet cleaners. This technology allows machines to utilize less water when cleaning while still offering powerful stain-eliminating capabilities. Such machines as Daimer®’s XTreme Power® XPH-5900IU allow carpets to dry in approximately 2 hours.

Those in the auto detailing industry and hotel industry often use carpet cleaning machines with low flow technology. Ordinary carpet cleaners without this technology may require carpets to take more than 24 hours to completely dry, rendering the damp area unusable. Wet carpets are an inconvenience to workers, guests, and vehicle drivers. In addition, prolonged dampness in carpets is associated to mold, mildew, and bacteria growth.

Visit www.daimer.com for more information on carpet cleaners and its various applications.