Tile carpet cleaning machines, as the name suggests, can clean tiles, carpets, and many other types of surfaces. Tile carpet cleaning machines are wonderfully versatile, which is one of the reasons why many contractors invest in these hardy, useful tools. With the addition of the right attachment, these tile cleaning machines can be transformed into carpet cleaning machines, floor cleaning machines, wall cleaning machines, or pressure washers.
A tile carpet cleaning machine features no heating element, but its charm lies in its ability to use hot water. For hard surface cleaning that involves moderate grease removal, the machine accepts input of water as hot as 140°F. These machines feature a spinner attachment. The spinner is motorized to enable maximum cleaning power.
The XTreme Power® HSC 13000 is rated high in popular tile carpet cleaning equipment in Daimer®'s inventory. This machine, with 1500 PSI pressure level and high quality pumps, is unique in the sense that it has a spinner with up to 60 percent more cleaning power than other types of machines. Tile cleaning machines are also known for their water lift of 150 inches, air flow of 200 cfm, and solution and vacuum hoses as long as 25 feet. Tile carpet cleaning equipment has adjustable pressures, since carpets are to be cleaned using pressure no more than 500 PSI, while pressure wash applications need greater pressure levels.
A tile carpet cleaning machine also features automated dumping and refilling, with up to 5 GPM dumping capacity. Tile cleaning machines have two 2-stage motors. The automatic filling and dumping are great facilitators to productivity.
The spinners are available in two sizes. The 9 inch spinner is used for cleaning corridors and similar areas. The 19 inch spinner is used for cleaning larger areas. These spinners are motorized, so they ensure that no water pressure is lost and the spinners have reliable speed throughout the operation.