Tile and grout are common flooring materials found in a wide array of businesses. Restaurants, commercial kitchens, bakeries, retail shops, department stores, office buildings, and more all have areas with tile and grout flooring, particularly in the restrooms and kitchen facilities. The wide acceptance of this flooring material stems from its quick cleaning capabilities. However, in high-traffic areas and on surfaces that deal with a wide range of dirt and grime, stains can come quick and be hard to remove. For this reason, businesses of all kinds have turned to the latest tile cleaners, like the steam cleaners and hard surface cleaners offered by Daimer Industries®.
Daimer®'s exclusive line of KleenJet® steam cleaners has revolutionized tile and grout cleaning. Baked on stains, ground in dirt, food droppings, coffee and wine spills, and more can be dissolved and removed with ease. This is due to the emission of super-high temperature, dry vapor steam. At temperatures of up to 386°F, stains are nearly instantly dissolved for easy removal.
To enhance the capabilities of these steam tile cleaning machines, Daimer® pairs top models with a wet/dry vac. Designed for simultaneous extraction, users can simply dissolve stains and grime with high temperature steam and concurrently extract the dissolved residues into the extraction chamber. This offers a complete cleaning process that can be completed in a timely efficient manner.
Restaurants and other food preparation and service facilities face the unique requirement of having to have their surfaces clean and hygienic to ensure the safety of diners. For this reason, Daimer® has introduced ATIS®, Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization™, Technology into each of its CVP and CVGP steam tile cleaner systems. This technology kills more than 99.9% of harmful bacteria, including mold, E. Coli, Salmonella, and more. Better yet, this technology is unique to Daimer®'s KleenJet® CVP and CVGP steam grout cleaners.
Powerful and Versatile Machines for Tile and Grout Maintenance
To tackle tile and grout cleaning applications in sprawling settings, such as shopping malls, hospitals, schools, and restaurants, it is important to be equipped with advanced tile and grout cleaning system capable of offering impressive cleaning results. Daimer®'s XTreme Power® series of tile grout cleaners, featuring exclusive motorized spinner, has been designed to simplify the most demanding tile cleaning applications. The motorized spinner system in the XTreme Power® HSC series of tile steam cleaners rotates at high speed to offer powerful capabilities in eliminating dirt, stains, grime, and other tough deposits from tile and grout surfaces.
Excellent Tile Cleaning Results: Here is What Makes It Possible
Now here is a look at what makes the XTreme Power® series of tile grout cleaners a class apart from other commercially available versions. The notable aspects that make these tile cleaners special include:
In addition to these aspects, the XTreme Power® series of floor steam cleaner machines also come with a guard around the spinner head that effectively contains water below the tool. This helps focus cleaning power on the spot being cleaned to ensure the best ever cleaning results. These floor steam cleaner machines are also empowered with extraction capabilities that enable simultaneous extraction of dissolved dirt deposits and water, leaving the floors clean and sparkling.
Apart from the XTreme Power® HSC tile cleaner system models from Daimer®, the KleenJet® Pro Plus vapor steamers are ideal for cleaning grout and sealed tile in environments without drainage in which water supply, water flow, and overflow are concerns. These tile grout cleaner machines offer temperatures of up to 310°F and pressure levels of up to 75 psi. The KleenJet® Pro Plus tile cleaner system uses dry steam that is typically 5 percent water vapor.
If low moisture is one of your key concerns, get tile floor cleaners from Daimer®.
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