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Monday, November 1, 2010

Uses of Steam Cleaners Products


Steam cleaners products have a number of uses in both the commercial and industrial industry. Commercial machines are used in places such as hospitals and nursing homes. They are used in hotels and restaurants as well. The following is an overview of various uses of steam cleaners products for these areas.

Cleaning Hospitals and Nursing Homes

Hospitals and nursing homes prefer a cleaning machine that can clean as well as sanitize. The most convenient machine for this job is a steam cleaner. A steam cleaning machine can provide a high output temperature up to 386°F. Combined with anti-bacterial technologies, these machines can eliminate commonly found germs and bacteria on the floors, bedding, and in bathrooms to restore the health and safety of hospital and nursing home environments.

Daimer® offers a number of steam cleaners products with their ATIS® anti-bacterial technology. One such model, the KleenJet® 5000CVP, is often used in hospital and nursing home settings. With this technology, more than 99 percent of germs and bacteria, such as MRSA, E. Coli, and Salmonella are eliminated. Most Daimer® steam cleaners products include a HEPA filter for trapping dirt and allergens in the air. The inclusion of a HEPA filter goes a long way in purifying the indoor air, an ideal factor in environments where people are healing.

Cleaning Hotels and Restaurants

Cleanliness and hygiene are essential for the success of any hotel or restaurant. Hotels want a machine that can clean the surfaces effectively, and do not leave much water behind. Hotels and restaurants use steam cleaners products for sanitizing kitchen areas, including countertops, refrigerators, and floors. They can also clean mattresses and eliminate bedbugs.

Daimer® offers steam cleaners products with a number of features for effective cleaning results in hospitals and hotels. For more information on these products, visit www.daimer.com.