In the world of carpet cleaning, carpet extractors are one of the most commonly used type of carpet cleaning equipment. What is a carpet extractor? A carpet extractor is a type of carpet cleaning machine that works by spraying water onto the carpet then vacuuming or extracting the dirt along with the water. Some of the features associated with home, commercial, and industrial carpet extractors include portable heated and non-heated
Deciding which carpet extractor to use depends on what type of carpet cleaning needs to be done. For example, the best carpet extractors for some situations would be the non-heated variety. One situation where this is the case is for cleaning up certain types of stains, such as blood or other types of colored liquid. If hot water is used, the stain may become set within the carpeting and be harder if not impossible to remove, (just like when doing laundry).
Another situation where it the best carpet extractor is a non-heated one is if one is cleaning wool carpeting. This is because if hot water is used on wool carpeting, it might result in shrinkage in some areas. We suggest using only non heated mode when cleaning natural fibers like wool, which may also shrink with heat. It is important to note that these advantages with non-heated carpet extractors applies with all types of carpet cleaning, whether carpet cleaning for home, commercial or industrial settings.
For commercial use, Daimer offers the XTreme Power® XPC 9200. This commercial carpet extractor has a drying time of approximately 6 hours. It also has two tanks for clean and recovered water and which can hold 15 and 17 gallons, respectively, allowing for one to clean for a longer period of time. The XTreme Power ® XPC 9200 also comes with the option to purchase special attachments that will allow carpet cleaning of upholstery and stairs. See below for information on Daimer's
powerful XPH commercial heated carpet extractor for faster drying times and even more effective carpet cleaning power.
For industrial use the best portable carpet extractor is the XTreme Power® XPH-9600. This industrial carpet extractor comes with two tanks which hold 28 and 18 gallons. It has a water pressure that operates at 100 psi. It also comes with a pre-spray wand attachment that is useful for carpet cleaning extremely dirty areas. It contains triple the power of a standard commercial carpet extractor.
Lastly, for residential use the best home carpet extractors are Daimer's XTreme Power® XPC 5700 non-heated carpet extractor and the XPH 5800T/5900I heated carpet extractor machines. These carpet extractors are complete portable. Clicking on the product images below will lead you to these carpet extractor specifications for your review.
In conclusion, the best carpet extractors depend on what has to be done. Non-heated carpet extractors serve their purpose for certain types of carpet cleaning arising for residential, commercial or industrial carpet cleaning. Brand-wise, the best carpet extractor will be appropriate to the situation. This means residential carpet cleaning will utilize home carpet extracting brands, while commercial or industrial carpet cleaning will utilize commercial or industrial carpet extractor models.
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