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.