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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Technologies of Steam Cleaners

Steam cleaners produce high temperatures for melting dirt and grime from hard surfaces. When equipped with the right technologies, they can also eliminate bacteria and germs from surfaces. Other features of sophisticated steam cleaners from the industry's most trusted supplier, Daimer Industries®, include vacuum extraction, HEPA filters, and various accessories. The following is a brief overview of the technologies found within top steam cleaning machines.


A wide variety of steam cleaners in Daimer®’s KleenJet® series includes their patented ATIS® technology. Machines such as the KleenJet® 3000CVP can help eliminate more than 99 percent of commonly found germs and bacteria found on the surface. This feature is often used in hospitals, hotels, and gyms, where optimal cleanliness is necessary.


The best steam cleaners also have a variety of other features. With vacuum extraction capabilities, many of Daimer®’s steam cleaning machines can simultaneously extract the liquid residue during the cleaning process. Without this feature, operators must use towels or another machine to eliminate the mess. In addition, HEPA filters trap dirt and allergens from being released back into the air.

Daimer®’s steam cleaners use dry vapor with 5 percent water content. This means little water is used during the cleaning process and therefore, less of a mess to clean up. Such machines, including the 3000CVP, feature a variety of accessories such as a squeegee wand, various floor inserts, and detail brushes.

For more information about these steam cleaners and other cleaning machines from Daimer®, visit www.daimer.com.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Uses and Technologies of Steam Cleaners

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Steam cleaners have a number of uses across many different industries. They are used for disinfecting hospitals, eliminating stains from commercial kitchens, and cleaning bathrooms in office buildings. In addition to these applications, they are also used for deodorizing and eliminating foul smells.

Why Steam Cleaners Are Unique
The uniqueness of these machines lies in their high output temperature. Steam cleaners from suppliers like Daimer® can reach up to 386°F. In addition, Daimer® offers exclusive ATIS® technology, proven to eliminate more than 99 percent of commonly found bacteria and germs. Because steam cleaning machines use vapor with less than 5 percent water content, little water is used during the cleaning process, making cleaning up much easier.

Many hospitals and healthcare industries use Daimer® steam cleaners with ATIS® technology for keeping their spaces clean and germ free. Steam cleaners are also used for cleaning trash bins, bathrooms, refrigerators and freezers, kitchen counters, and more. Such application are highly beneficial for hospitals, restaurants, hotels, retail stores, office buildings, and other businesses looking to maintain a welcoming environment and ensure the health of employees and customers.

In addition to ATIS® technology, many of Daimer®’s steam cleaners use a HEPA filter for trapping dirt and allergens in the air. Machines such as the KleenJet® 1000CVP, use both ATIS® technology and a HEPA filter. Also included is an attached vacuum, which extracts the liquid residue during the cleaning process for easier clean up.

Steam cleaners equipped with this technology are excellent choices for deodorizing and sanitizing tasks.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Why Steam Cleaners Are Popular In Hospitals

Daimer Industries® offers a wide variety of advanced steam cleaners with anti-bacterial technologies. For this reason, KleenJet® machines are widely used in hospitals, nursing homes, and other areas where sanitization is necessary.

The latest models of steam cleaning machines from Daimer® can provide an output temperature up to 386°F with pressure levels up to 150 psi. By combining these two features with ATIS® anti-bacterial technology, steam cleaners become efficient cleaning machines for the healthcare industry.

New Technologies

Technologically advanced features from Daimer® found in steam cleaners make them more suitable for cleaning hospitals and nursing homes. One helpful feature is Daimer®’s ATIS® anti-bacterial technology. This technology can eliminate more than 99% of commonly found disease causing germs and bacteria in hospitals.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Steam Cleaners – For Interior Detailing of Automobiles

Cleaning the interiors of a car is a highly specialized task. A car’s interiors can accumulate dirt and grime rather quickly. If not cleaned at regular intervals, it can be quite a task getting the interiors back to their original look. Steam cleaners can help maintain a clean look and keep interiors well maintained.

It is important to note that steam cleaners can spot clean carpets and upholstery, but for full cleaning, carpet cleaners should be used. Steam cleaners are also suitable for effectively cleaning hard surfaces like glass, dashboards, and doorjambs. Daimer® has a wide range of car detailing equipment that is suitable for interior detailing of automobiles such as the KleenJet® 500VP steam cleaning machines. Pressure levels of this machine reach 75 psi and temperature levels of 310°F. In addition, it features Daimer® ATIS® anti-bacterial technology, for eliminating more than 99 percent of disease causing germs and bacteria on the surface, and an attached vacuum for cleaning up liquid residue after the cleaning process.

Before cleaning, make sure the surface being cleaned can handle high temperature levels. Certain fabrics may become damaged under high heat. If additional cleaning power is needed, consider using eco-friendly cleaning solutions, such as Daimer®’s Eco-Green® Carpet Care & Upholstery Cleaner or Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner for spot cleaning carpets and cleaning of hard surfaces, respectively. These solutions are plant based and will not harm the operator, surface, or environment.

Daimer® has other auto detailing machines, including the Super Max™ 6120SCW and Super Max™ 6125SCW, which are suitable for exterior cleaning of engines, wheels, and metal body. Visit www.daimer.com for more information on steam cleaners and other car detailing equipment.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Steam Cleaners – Ideal for Removing Chewing Gum Residue

Old and hardened chewing gum residue can be difficult to remove by ordinary cleaning methods. Without specialized machines, the gum must be removed manually, scraping or scrubbing the gum with harsh cleaning chemicals. To make the process easier, steam cleaners are the ideal cleaning equipment for removing old or fresh chewing gum residue and stains.

Daimer®, a leading supplier of quality cleaning machines for industrial as well as commercial use, supplies GUM EXTERMINATOR® systems, the industry's most powerful chewing gum removal machines. These systems come with a gum removal solution for additional cleaning power when removing gum residue. The high steam temperatures from these steam cleaners further softens the gum wads. An attached brush is used to loosen the gum residue, which is then extracted by a powerful attached vacuum.

The KleenJet® GUM EXTERMINATOR® Mega 1000CVGP provides pressure levels of 89 psi and temperature settings that can 320˚F. The machine comes with Daimer®’s patented ATIS® technology, which has been proven to eliminate more than 99 percent of germs and bacteria from the surface. The vacuum pump attached to the 1000CVGP is designed to remove the left behind liquid residue. These steam cleaners are perfect machines for eliminating gum and bacteria at restaurants, hospitals, schools, and more.

Daimer® GUM EXTERMINATOR® machines can eliminate 1000’s of pieces of chewing gum wads per day. They also use less water than pressure washers, so drainage is normally not an issue with these machines. Daimer® offers a lifetime warranty on the boiler and removable heating elements to help reduce the cost of fixing the machine should anything break.

Visit www.daimer.com for more information on steam cleaners and other quality cleaning equipment.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Cleaning Floors with Steam Cleaners

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One use of steam cleaners is to clean hard surfaces such as tile, sealed wood, and vinyl floors. The only restriction to consider is whether the surface being cleaned can withstand such high temperatures up to 386°F. Certain materials, such as plastics, may melt under extreme temperatures.

The following are a few things to consider when purchasing steam cleaners for floor cleaning.

Use with Care

Safety is important when using steam cleaning machines. With high temperatures up to 386°F, it is possible to damage certain surfaces. One must ensure that soft surfaces like paper or linen are not exposed to such high temperatures. In addition, contact with skin can cause serious burns.

Use Machines with Attached Vacuum

Steam cleaners from reputable suppliers, such as Daimer®’s KleenJet® 500VP, include attached vacuums to make clean up easier. Machines without this feature will only displace the dirt and will leave behind a liquid residue that must either manually be cleaned or vacuumed by a separate machine. The 500VP features pressure levels of 75 psi and steam temperatures of 310°F, perfect for cleaning floors. In addition, this machine also features Daimer®’s ATIS® anti-bacterial technology to eliminate more than 99 percent of germs and bacteria.

Daimer®, a premier supplier of cleaning products, offers steam cleaners with attached vacuums and anti-bacterial technologies. For product descriptions and price details of these machines, visit www.daimer.com.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Advantages of Using Steam Cleaners

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Steam cleaners are widely regarded as eco-friendly cleaning machines for two main reasons. First, these machines use electricity, eliminating the need for fossil fuels. Second, when used along with green chemicals, these machines become extremely eco-friendly because they do not give off toxic fumes or leave behind harmful chemical residues.

The specialties of steam cleaners do not stop there. The following are some of the other features that make steam cleaning machines unique.

Sanitizing Capability

Steam cleaning machines remove dirt and impurities, but very few machines can kill the harmful microorganisms present on the surface. Steam cleaners equipped with anti-bacterial technologies, such as Daimer®’s ATIS® technology, can eliminate more than 99 percent of disease causing germs and bacteria present on the surface. This feature is useful for areas that require optimum cleanliness, such as hospitals, nursing homes, day care centers, and hotels. In addition, many of Daimer®’s machines include HEPA filters for added air filtration, trapping small dust and allergens in the air.

Vacuum Extraction

Machines with vacuum extraction are extremely helpful in eliminating the liquid dirt residue after the cleaning process. Without this feature, operators must manually clean using a towel or brush, which often leaves behind large amounts of dirt and wipes them around the surface. Carrying a separate vacuum machine may also be difficult and cumbersome.

Quality Machines

Daimer®’s KleenJet® line of steam cleaning machines is easy to use and easy to maintain. They are built from durable materials made to withstand rugged cleaning applications. For more information and more details about these cleaning machines, visit www.daimer.com.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Why Steam Cleaners Are Eco-Friendly Machines

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Steam cleaners are eco-friendly cleaning machines, as they use little water to melt away dirt and impurities from hard surfaces. These machines also clean effectively without the addition of any chemicals. However, when combined with green cleaning solutions, such as Daimer®’s Eco-Green® series, steam cleaners offer superior cleaning capabilities and results.

How They Work

Steam cleaning machines work by ejecting high temperature vapor output onto hard surfaces. Their main weapon against dirt is the output temperature. Some of the latest models offer an output temperature as high as 386°F. Such high temperatures melt stains and other impurities from the surface.

Wet surfaces tend to attract dirt more quickly. Steam cleaners do not just clean the surfaces effectively, but they help the surfaces remain clean for longer periods, as top machines feature attached vacuums to simultaneously extract dissolved residues and water.

Daimer® offers many models of steam cleaners in their KleenJet® series. Machines such as the KleenJet® 3000CVP include their patented ATIS® technology, proven by lab testing to eliminate more than 99 percent of disease causing germs and bacteria on the surface. In addition, the 3000CVP features pressure levels of 96 psi and steam temperatures up to 329°F.

Eco Friendly Products

Toxic cleaning solutions are a common way to endanger the environment. Many toxic cleaners can also damage the surface and harm the operator. Combining steam cleaners with Daimer®’s Eco-Green® series creates a safe alternative to other methods of cleaning.

For optimum eco-friendly results, it is important to use cleaning machines offered by reputable suppliers, such as Daimer®. The company offers a variety of steam cleaners ideal for many cleaning applications. To view their inventory and price details of these machines, visit www.daimer.com.