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. To learn more about steam pressure washers and other cleaning machines, visit www.daimer.com.