Sunday, December 11, 2011

Pressure Washers – More about the Trailer Mounted Versions


Regardless of what your specific cleaning requirements are, portable pressure washers are very popular. When it comes to industrial cleaning operations that involve maintaining vast areas, your power cleaning equipment must be portable enough to ensure high productivity and efficiency. For this reason, Daimer® offers you the Super Max™ series pressure cleaning machines in wheeled, trailer mounted and truck mounted versions.

The huge water tanks available with wheel mounted versions of pressure washers like the Super Max™ 6000 enables non-stop operation for long periods. The high-quality, stainless steel components in this power washing system come within a compact design so that you can easily mount it on the sturdy frame featuring roller wheels. The wheeled configuration also makes the power cleaner easy to maneuver.

More advanced versions of pressure washers with higher cleaner efficiencies generally feature trailer mountable configurations. The Super Max™ 12000 is an example of a trailer-mountable power cleaning machine perfectly suited to manage the tough cleaning jobs in industrial environments. The water tanks of such pressure cleaning equipment can be mounted on trucks or skids.

Unlike wheeled versions, the trailer mounted versions of pressure washers require some space so that the truck can be parked close by the application. As a result, the truck mounted are often unsuitable for maintaining indoor areas. They are, however, the best choices of maintenance professionals when it comes to managing contracted cleaning activities in industrial zones.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Powerful Pressure Washers - the Right Choice for Maintaining Restaurants


Powerful Pressure Washer
Restaurants are generally popular hangouts for friends and families. It is one of the best places where people can have good food, nice drinks, and relax with small talk. To encourage these people to have more food and to visit the place more often, these restaurants must be absolutely welcoming, clean, and hygienic. However, as more people visit a restaurant, the more difficult it becomes to maintain it in pristine condition. In addition to the grime and grease in kitchens, there is also the problem of food splatters and juice spills on counters and tables. This is why restaurant maintenance demands utilizing pressure washers.

Juice stains, food particles, oil, chewing gum, chocolate and other deposits can quickly make a mess of in restaurants. Pressure washers enable operators to remove such difficult remains without resorting to harsh cleaning chemicals. For restaurant maintenance that involves eliminating stubborn stains and hardened deposits, you must use the Super Max™ series of pressure washers offered through Daimer®.

Owing to the innovative low flow rates, the Super Max™ series of pressure washers are perfect for maintaining a range of surfaces like patios and patio furniture, front entrances, and the floors and walls surrounding the building. The Super Max™ 12800 AST®, featuring pressure levels at 1000 psi with flow rates at 2 GPM, is a good choice for maintaining restaurants.

The trailer-mountable Super Max™ 12800 AST® is also powered with triple-function capabilities so it can be used for cold/hot water, and steam pressure cleaning. 

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Tackling Marine Cleaning Jobs with Pressure Washers


The challenges marine maintenance professionals face on a daily basis are completely different from the cleaning requirements in other fields. Maintaining boats and ships is among the toughest cleaning tasks out there. Oil spills and black algae can quickly turn beautiful docks into dirty, stinky, and slippery areas. To avoid this, docks need to be maintained regularly. Instead of using traditional techniques, there is now the option of using advanced cleaning machines such as pressure washers from Daimer®.

The docks of marine vessels can get messy due to a variety of reasons such as oil spills, beer spills, and leaks from fish guts, fuel tanks, or sewer tanks. To efficiently clean up such tough deposits, try using the high-grade pressure washers in the Super Max™ range from Daimer®, such as the Super Max™ 6000. Constructed from the best quality housing materials and stainless steel components, these pressure washers offer the perfect solution for easily maintaining different surfaces in boats and ships. To put it simply, you can eliminate scrubbing and wiping surfaces when using these machines.

Although steam cleaning machines possess high steam temperatures, they are not adequate for marine cleaning jobs due to low pressure levels. The tough dirt deposits generally found on ship decks cannot be washed away with low pressure levels. For this reason, maintenance professionals recommend using pressure washers like the Super Max™ 6000 that can reach pressure levels of 750 psi. This power cleaner can also attain steam temperatures as high as 330ºF, making it capable of providing excellent cleaning action. This power cleaning machine also features tri-mode configurations.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Why Pressure Washers Are Best for Graffiti Removal


Graffiti Removal Pressure Washers
Pressure washers are well known for their high output pressure and cleaning efficiency. These systems are widely used for difficult cleaning tasks, such as industrial degreasing. These are commonly used for relatively mild cleaning processes too, such as auto detailing and graffiti removal.

Among such jobs, graffiti removal is of particular significance. Pressure washers are the most commonly used machines for this cleaning task. This postdiscusses reasons that make these machines suitable for removing graffiti from public places and commercial buildings.

Ideal Features
When removing graffiti, one requires a machine that can provide high pressure output flow. Pressure washers from Daimer® offer the ability to exert pressure levels up to 8000 psi. Machines with such high pressure are not required for normal graffiti removal tasks. For graffiti removal, the ideal machine will have an output pressure in the range of 3000 psi.

Pressure washers such as the Super Max ™ 6000, use high pressure output that blast away the dirt and impurities, making the machines suitable for removing graffiti present on walls and floors.

One needs only to check the flow rate of the machine. Flow rate is the quantity of water passed to the surface per minute. Machines with a low flow rate must be used in areas where water is scarcely available and where water run-off facilities are poor.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Industrial Strength Pressure Washers and Carpet Cleaners for Industrial Cleaning


industrial pressure washer
Industrial pressure washers are specially designed to deal with the many challenges of industrial cleaning. These areas are not just large, they deal with some of the toughest deposits, like heavy grease. Apart from that, these areas need to be kept as clean as possible at all times to ensure maximum work efficiency. Pressure washing units are not only powerful cleaning machines, they are also fast and eco-friendly. Just as heavy-duty pressure washers are ideal for industrial cleaning jobs; industrial carpet cleaners and extractors from Daimer® are equipped to deal with the extensive rigors of industrial carpet cleaning tasks.

Industrial pressure washers must do much more than just clean effectively, they also work at making the overall cleaning experience as convenient as possible. Carpet cleaners from Daimer®’s XTreme Power® series do just this, since they come equipped with a special low water flow technology. These units rely less on water and more on the suction and extraction powers to loosen and remove different kinds of dirt and debris. In this way, the carpet will not be soaking wet after cleaning, and can take as little as two hours to dry out completely. Just as the right pressure washers can provide cleaning power that is both fast and effective, the right carpet cleaners also provide heightened cleaning efficiency.

Many industrial pressure washers use nothing more than pressurized water and heat to handle difficult cleaning tasks. 

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Pressure Washers and the Cleaning Power of Steam


For heavy duty, formidable cleaning power that is also eco-friendly, steam pressure washers are the ideal choice. These units offer the most effective cleaning power in the industry by combining the abilities of pressure washing units and steam cleaning in one unit with tri-mode technology. These machines are ideal for a number of heavy-duty, industrial cleaning tasks ordinarily tackled using very harsh chemical cleaning agents. Steam pressure washers are equally adept at handling these kinds of cleaning tasks in a way that doesn’t harm the environment or leave behind any harmful fumes or traces.

Daimer® understands the unique and difficult challenges in removing various kinds of industrial sediment and debris. For instance, heavy grease is one of the most difficult deposits to remove, since it has a tendency to cling to the surface. As a result, a thin, sticky residual film may remain even after cleaning. Steam pressure washers from Daimer®, such as the Super Max™ 6000, perfectly combine the powers of pressure cleaning and steam cleaning to remove these kinds of deposits. Optimum pressure levels of 750 psi, temperature levels up to 330°F, and a flow rate of 1.4 GPM work to physically lift and wash away the deposit from the surface. At the same time, the steam works to soften and dissolve away the grease, making it easier to remove.

These steam pressure washers can remove heavy grease and a number of other deposits by simply using water. 

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Pressure Washers – The Right Choice for Marine Applications


top-grade pressure washer
The demands of marine cleaning applications are entirely different from other maintenance jobs. This is why boat owners or cleaning professionals generally have a hard time keeping their boats or ships in pristine condition. To prevent black algae and spills from turning the docks into slippery and unpleasant areas, you must thoroughly clean the docks on a daily basis. Other things that can mess up docks include leakages from oil, beer, sewer tanks, fish guts or fuel. Only pressure washers can help you clean off such difficult deposits in no time.

When you need to efficiently manage marine cleaning tasks, remember it is time to turn to top-grade pressure washers such as the Super Max™ series available from Daimer®. The ruggedly designed, high-performance power cleaning machines in this range are great for maintaining various surfaces in ships, boats, and other marine vessels thereby eliminating the need to scrub or wipe.

Steam cleaners are not the best options for cleaning boats primarily due to their low pressure levels. As a result, it is impossible to wash away tough dirt deposits with steam cleaning equipment. On the other hand, powerful pressure washers such as the Super Max™ 6000 can attain pressure levels of 750 psi. Such high pressure levels combined with steam temperatures of up to 330ºF endow these pressure washers with unmatched cleaning capabilities. The tri-mode functions of the Super Max™ 6000 enable it to function as a hot water pressure cleaner, a cold water power cleaner and a steam power washer.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Pressure Washers Take the Pressure off Public Cleaning


Pressure Washers for Sale
Pressure washers are used for a variety of different cleaning applications, ranging from auto detailing to cleaning agricultural equipment. These units are an effective and eco-friendly alternative to many other conventional cleaning methods, particularly those that involve harsh chemical cleaning agents.

The pressure washers from Daimer® use force of pressurized water to lift and remove different kinds of sediments and deposits from a number of different surfaces. One area in which these machines have proven to be very useful is in cleaning public areas like parks and streets.

Pressure washers are perfect for the task of cleaning public areas like sidewalks, walkways, parking lots, roads, and even public transportation vehicles. These are all things that are used by hundreds of people, every single day. As a result, they not only pick up a lot of dirt and debris, but they need to be kept as clean as possible at all times.

Using chemical cleaning products is not always the best option as they often can't get rid of hardened or very stubborn sediments. Pressure washing units use the power of varying pressure levels, flow rates, and temperature options to get the job done.

Pressure washers also come in varying modes as well, each one suited to a different kind of cleaning task. For example, Daimer®’s Super Max™ 8900C-640 cold water pressure washing units can handle relatively light jobs, like cleaning indoor walkways.

Tougher cleaning tasks, like washing parking lots that are spotted with grease stains, can be better handled with hot-water units. The toughest cleaning tasks are best handled using steam pressure washing units. 

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Industrial Pressure Washers Work on Machines, But What about Carpets?


When it comes to industrial cleaning, pressure washers are among the most popular cleaning machines that are used. Today, their popularity has increased for a number of different reasons. Because they are more eco-friendly, many companies are making the switch to pressure washing units to lessen their carbon footprint. These systems are not only effective, but they are versatile enough to be used on a range of different jobs. While light cleaning jobs can be tackled with cold water units, steam pressure washers are the optimum choice for jobs like degreasing. Just as there are specific pressure washers suited to industrial cleaning jobs, there are specific carpet cleaners to be used on carpets.

Pressure washers are far too powerful for cleaning carpets. With high pressure levels, reaching up to 8000 psi, this can surely damage carpets, rugs, and upholstery. In addition, the excessive amounts of water used will leave the carpets extremely wet, taking them a long time to dry. For this reason, pressure washers should be used for cleaning durable hard surfaces.

Pressure washers, such as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 6000, feature pressure levels of 750 psi, flow rates of 1.4 GPM, and pressure levels up to 330°F. With such high pressure levels, this machine would surely damage carpets. However, pressure washers such as this are ideal for auto detailing, cleaning walkways and buildings, and degreasing tasks.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Using Truck-Mounted Pressure Washers for Commercial Cleaning


ruck-Mounted Pressure Washers
Pressure washers are among the best cleaning machines if you want to undertake outdoor cleaning operations. Besides being tough on many types of stains, they are ideal for use on hard and rugged surfaces. Mobile pressure washing machines are, in fact, preferred for outdoor cleaning because of the many advantages they offer over other similar cleaning machines.

Truck- and trailer-mounted pressure washers are designed specifically for use in commercial establishments and industries. The cleaning areas here are widespread and involve moving the machines all over the place to achieve optimum cleaning results. Daimer® mobile cleaning machines are well known for their solid performance and durability. The Super Max™ 12200, for instance, is a mobile pressure washing machine available with Daimer®’s Long Hose Technology. This makes it possible for the machine to reach up to 300 feet away without affecting its performance.

Mobile pressure washers that can be mounted on trucks and trailers can be transported over long distances easily. They run continuously for hours and can withstand high temperatures and pressure levels. They can be run on propane, gas, diesel, or even electricity. The multiple methods of operation make it easy to use in almost any situation, regardless of the availability of a source of electricity.

Truck-mounted pressure washers best handle commercial cleaning requirements. They offer flexibility and are powerful enough to take care of the toughest of cleaning tasks in commercial establishments. Because of their highly powerful action, they can be used to remove stubborn and tough stains from commercial settings.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Types of Mobile Pressure Washers


Mobile Pressure Washer
Pressure washers can be found under various categories. These machines are classified based on their source of power, such as electric, gasoline, diesel, and propane pressure washers. In addition, there are portable machines and stationary machines. Mobile pressure washers are further divided into truck-mounted machines and wheel-attached machines. The following is a brief introduction to each of these types of machines offered by Daimer®, a reputable supplier of pressure washers.

Truck-Mounted Machines
These pressure washers, as their name suggests, can be mounted onto trucks or trailers. Manual effort is minimal for operating these machines. These machines are ideal for cleaning large areas, such as parks or large parking lots. Many cleaning companies prefer these machines for industrial cleaning.

Wheel-Attached Machines
Wheel attached machines are ideal for those needing mobility to a smaller area. These machines can be pushed around to the desired location. The manual effort required for operating these machines is higher than that for operating truck-mounted machines. Still, their low cost and ease of use make them ideal candidates for cleaning small areas.

The most important thing one must remember when buying these machines is to select the appropriate energy source. Mobile pressure washers operate mostly in outdoor locations. It is often not easy to find electric outlets in such locations. Although these machines can be used along with a generator, fuel powered machines are cordless and can more about more freely.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Marine Cleaning With Pressure Washers


Pressure washers are usually associated with high-profile hard surface cleaning or industrial cleaning. A typical example of the use of these machines is heavy-duty industrial degreasing. The main source of the power of pressure washing machines comes from a combination of pressure level and temperature settings. Sophisticated machines from Daimer® can reach pressure levels as high as 8000 psi (non-heated machines) and temperature levels up to 330°F.

The cleaning of boats and ships can be a difficult task, especially when barnacles and algae attach to the boat. Using pressure washers with powerful pressure levels can help blast away these impurities, keeping your boat clean and well maintained.

The following information provided helps you understand pressure washers for marina cleaning.

Cleaning Boats and Vessels
Keeping a boat clean and well maintained is one of the most important marine cleaning tasks. Boats and marine vessels have to be cleaned regularly. Dirt and impurities become more menacing if the surface is in regular contact with water. Almost all kinds of surfaces, wood, metal, or fiber, tend to be damaged by the combination of water and dirt.

Pressure washers can blast away dirt and impurities from hard surfaces with their high pressure output. An extremely high pressure output is not required for cleaning marine vessels. Pressure washing machines with an output pressure level of 1500 psi, such as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 9000 would be ideal for marine cleaning tasks. This machine features flow rates of 2.8 GPM and steam temperatures up to 250°F.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Tackling Degreasing Jobs With Pressure Washers


Hot Water Pressure Washer
To serve different cleaning needs in the commercial and industrial sectors, top distributors continuously launch new versions of high pressure washers designed to simplify the most challenging tasks. Leading distributors like Daimer® now offer a truly unbelievable array of pressure cleaning machines with different features and capabilities.

For managing challenging cleaning activities, experts recommend the use of hot water pressure washers. Such pressure cleaning equipment ejects extremely hot water at temperatures that dissolves and washes away grease, oil, dirt, grime, and even tough stains in seconds. These pressure cleaners are indispensable in places like food manufacturing plants that attract a grease and oil. Using cold water based pressure washers to clean up greasy surfaces can result in a lot of extra work for the clean up staff. This is because the using cold water results in the grease hardening into clumps. Scrapping these greasy clumps, then take a lot of time and effort.

For that perfect pressure washing machine that will help you tackle demanding degreasing jobs, the Super Max™ 12800 AST® supplied by Daimer® would be a great choice. This trailer-mounted power cleaner can attain pressure levels of 1000 psi and flow rates of 2 GPM. It also features tri-mode capabilities that help it function as a cold water power washer, hot water power washer (210°F), and steam pressure cleaner (330°F). Best of all, these pressure washers offer excellent cleaning capabilities on diverse surfaces such as sidewalks, driveways, concrete, brick, stainless steel, stone, and industrial equipment.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

How to Select Pressure Washers to Clean Restaurants


Pressure Washer for restaurant
Pressure washers are among the most powerful and convenient tools for grease removal. In restaurants, cafeterias, fast food, and other commercial kitchens, accumulation of grease, proteins, sugars and other food residue is a major concern. Ensuring complete hygiene without introducing toxic chemical cleaning liquids becomes easier if you use one of Daimer®’s power washers with advanced features.

Daimer® sells a range of commercial and industrial pressure washers designed to take on tough grease, organic matter, dirt, and food particles. If there is adequate drainage indoors, these machines can be used to clean floors, counters, refrigerators, bathrooms, and cleaning equipment. However, because pressure cleaners often use large amounts of water, they are commonly used in outdoor areas for cleaning decks, patio furniture, and building exteriors. Pressure washers with grease removal capabilities have pressure levels ranging up to 3500 psi and temperature levels up to 330°F.

Daimer®’s pressure washers may be portable or stationary. Invest in a stationary machine for working within a limited area. The Super Max™ 15400 is an electric pressure washer that has a pressure level of 700 psi, ideal for lighter cleaning. Along with temperature levels of 330°F, this machine includes cold water, hot water, and steam temperature output.

For tasks that cover various areas, you may prefer a mobile pressure washing machine for greater convenience. The Super Max™ 6000 has an electric motor and a pressure level of 750 psi, with very high steam temperature of 330°F.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Steam Pressure Washers Cut Through the Toughest Cleaning Jobs!


Versatile Discount Pressure Washers
Steam pressure washers are among the most powerful cleaning machines available for eliminating tough dirt and grease from hard surfaces. Ordinary hot water pressure washing systems are usually ideal for commercial applications, including cleaning outdoor patios and furniture. However, there are areas that require the power of steam for removing grease and tough, difficult stains. Industrial areas are notorious for having extremely demanding cleaning jobs that include heavy grease removal. This is why Daimer® offers a line of pressure washing systems in their Super Max™ series that are ideal for industrial cleaning jobs.

Industrial areas have unique challenges that these pressure washers need to deal with They must be able to tackle tough industrial deposits effectively. Steam pressure washing machines combine the force of high pressure levels with the cleaning power of steam. In this way, deposits like heavy grease are removed with a combination of force as well as heat, which helps to soften and dissolve grease, enabling easy removal. Many of these pressure washers are incredibly versatile as well, operating as tri-mode machines. Such systems as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 12820 can operate as a cold water, hot water, and steam pressure washer with temperature levels reaching up to 330°F. Combined with pressure levels of 1500 psi and flow rates of 3 GPM, the 12820 is often used for cleaning factory floors and machinery where grease is often present.

Those cleaning industrial areas also need to be careful about the cleaning solutions exposed to surfaces and the environment. Excessively harsh chemical cleaning solutions can leave behind toxic traces that can cause corrosive damages. They are also harmful for the environment and are best avoided by companies looking to be more eco-friendly. Steam pressure washers can effectively clean a number of areas without harsh solutions. 

Friday, January 21, 2011

Pressure Washers for Removing Grease


For removing heavy layers of grease, pressure washers are the most effective tool. Pressure washers utilize water sprayed at high pressure to remove dirt. In non-heated machines, water at room temperature is used for removing mud, plant sap, sugars, and similar materials from concrete, metal, glass, wood, tiles, granite, marble, ceramics, and enamel surfaces.

However, when it comes to removing heavy layers of grease, a heated pressure washer is recommended. Hot water is the most inexpensive degreaser. Heat melts the grease, which is then washed away with water. In addition to grease, Daimer®’s industrial and commercial pressure washers remove wax, paint, graffiti, oil-based chemicals, emulsions, varnish, and similar materials from hard surfaces.

Daimer® offers different types of pressure washing machines for degreasing. The Super Max™ 7000 is an electric machine with temperatures as high as 330°F and pressure levels of 1000 psi, suitable for car wash services. The Super Max™ 12300 is one of Daimer®’s powerful mobile electric pressure washers. It features pressure levels as high as 3000 psi and tri-mode capabilities with steam temperatures up to 330°F.

Daimer® also sells low-flow pressure washers that use minimal water but remove the most difficult grease, stains, and dirt. Such machines as the Super Max™ 6120SCW have flow rates as low as 0.5 GPM, and moderate pressure levels of 1000 psi. The high steam temperature (up to 310°F) and high pressure levels provide a powerful degreasing combination.