Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Steam Pressure Washers Cut Through the Toughest Cleaning Jobs!


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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.