Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Hard surface cleaners are normally classified as pressure washers, steam cleaners, or floor cleaners, each of which is designed for entirely different applications. Those who do not understand the purpose of each machine may choose the wrong product for their cleaning needs. Choosing the wrong machine can result in damage to the surface and even the operator.

Daimer® offers a variety of hard surface cleaners with different features, specifications, and accessories. The following information provides an overview of hard surface cleaners to ensure you choose the correct machine for the right cleaning applications.

Steam Cleaners

Steam cleaner in Daimer’s KleenJet series are used to clean and sanitize hard surfaces, such as countertops, tiled surfaces, and sealed hard wood surfaces, among many other surfaces. Steam cleaners eject high temperatures onto hard surfaces, which melt or dissolve the impurities present. It would be better to choose steam cleaners with attached vacuums as hard surface cleaners. These cleaners simultaneously extract the liquid residue formed during the cleaning process, eliminating the need for manual clean up. In addition, steam cleaners such as the KleenJet® 1000CVP feature Daimer®’s ATIS® technology, proven to eliminate more than 99 percent of disease causing germs and bacteria.

Pressure Washers

Pressure washers in Daimer’s Super Max series rely on their high-output pressure to blast away dirt and impurities from hard surfaces. These are used for cleaning roads, stadiums, parks, pavement, and other public places. Innovative features include AST® technology, which automatically shut off the machine if there is no water output for 30 seconds.

Floor Cleaners

Floor and hard surface cleaners by Daimer fall within the XTreme Power® line. These machines, like the XTreme Power® HSC 14000, combine a robust motorized spinner with a powerful extractor. Operators use the motorized spinner to eject water at pressure levels up to 1500 psi onto hard surfaces, while the system simultaneously extracts dissolved dirt, residues, and water so that surfaces are left drier than other systems on the market. The spinner, which requires no loss in pressure level to maintain operation of the spinner, revolves at a speed of 1000 RPM for maximum cleaning power. Because of their bigger size, floor cleaners cover larger areas than steam cleaners, and are therefore more often used for larger projects.

Daimer®, a top supplier of cleaning machines, provides a variety of hard surface cleaners. For more information, visit
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