Monday, January 30, 2012

The Unsurpassed Hardware Specifications for Steam Cleaners

Dry Steam Cleaner
Steam cleaners are very useful and operative machines for cleaning hard surfaces. You can use them to clean surfaces made of concrete, tile, hardwood, and so forth. You should be very selective, predominantly about performance and hardware specifications, while purchasing a steam cleaning machine.

Performance specifications include the output temperature and the technologies that enhance the cleaning power of the machine. Hardware specifications mostly deal with the kind of the components the machine offers. This post deals exclusively with the hardware specifications of steam cleaners.

Quality Material
The cabinet of the machine should be made of high quality stainless steel. A steam cleaning machine from Daimer®’s KleenJet® series, including the KleenJet® 10256-443 CVP, offers a high output temperature, up to 386°F. The cabinet of the machine is stainless steel and can withstand not only the rigors of cleaning but also the exposure to high temperatures.

Boiler Tank
Boiler tank is one of the most important parts of steam cleaners. In some steam cleaning machines, if the heating element is damaged, the entire boiler tank needs to be replaced. This is not advantageous. It is always better to opt for the steam cleaners from Daimer® having boilers with replaceable heating elements. In addition, the best machines have stainless steel boilers too.

Detail Brushes
Detail brushes from Daimer® are relatively inexpensive, as operators can often go through many brushes if the machine is used often. Small detail brushes are cost-effective. Moreover, these brushes can be used to clean even narrower paths.