Kitchens become dirty very fast, particularly in commercial locations such as restaurants. Cleaning commercial kitchen floors and walls is usually a massive undertaking because of the size of the kitchen and the amount of dirt it collects.
Usually, contractors and kitchen staff use high pressure washers to remove grease, sugar, bits of food, and other dirt from kitchen walls and floors. High pressure washers clean tiles, laminate, concrete, stone, metal, and many other materials and equipment. This makes them ideal for use in cleaning the wide variety of surfaces found within food preparation areas and commercial kitchens.
Daimer®, however, offers two types of machines for cleaning commercial kitchens, floors, and walls - enabling operators to more specifically match the requirements of the application at hand. The first is the conventional pressure washer that sprays high pressure jet of water on a surface, forcefully removing dirt off the surface. These machines can offer high temperatures (or tri-temperature settings) and pressure levels. The second type is the hard surface cleaner, which combines the features of pressure washers and tile floor cleaners for cleaning hard surfaces. These machines have a wand attachment with a spinning head, which scrubs dirt off the surface through its rotating motion.
Both types of products are equally effective, but their applications differ somewhat.
A high pressure washer bought from Daimer®, for example - the Super Max™ 7000, has pressure levels as high as 1000 psi, making it ideal for cleaning commercial areas. It attains maximum temperatures of 330°F, which is why this high pressure washer is in demand when it comes to removing greasy, sticky, and stiffly coated dirt from walls and floors.
Like all electric pressure washers, the Super Max™ 7000 is ideal for cleaning indoor areas such as kitchens as well as outdoor seating areas and sidewalks. This machine has a pressure level of 1000 psi and flow rate of 2.5 GPM. With such high pressure levels, you can remove grease and almost all types of dirt from floors and walls. The machine reaches very high temperatures in just 30 seconds, which is why it is counted among the more productive electric pressure washers on the market today.
Commercial pressure washers, though admirably suited to cleaning hard surfaces in commercial locations, require sufficient drainage. Although many commercial pressure washers do have low flow rates, many contractors might prefer hard floor cleaners for cleaning grime and mold in these areas.
Hard floor cleaners, such as the XTreme Power® HSC 13000A, with pressure levels as high as 1500 psi, are ideal for cleaning almost all kinds of coated dirt on kitchen walls and floors. These hard floor cleaners have more powerful rotating heads as compared to non-Daimer® tile floor cleaners. Their enhanced cleaning power also stems from their use of a motorized spinner head, whereas other machines have been constructed to use water pressure to spin the wand head - resulting in a loss of pressure hitting the surface. Additionally, these hard floor cleaners offer simultaneous water extraction which overcomes drainage issues related to commercial cleaning.
In addition to cleaning floors, you may use the 13000A for cleaning walls by placing the 9-inch spinner head in one's hands. This machine offers other benefits as well. It can be used for cleaning carpets, when the optional carpet wand is purchased; thanks to its extraction capabilities and adjustable pressure (carpet cleaning requires pressure levels of 500 psi or less).
Learn more about steam pressure washers at www.daimer.com/all-steam-pressure-washers/.
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