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Varied Applications and Uses of Equipment For Cleaning Hard Surfaces

When it comes to cleaning hard surfaces, contractors are often at a loss. There are a very few brands, one of them being Daimer®, who sell high-quality, commercial grade equipment. Buyers who purchase low-end machines from inferior brands often regret their decision due to the low productivity, high cost of maintenance and operation, and lowered efficiency of these machines. There is also a lack of information regarding the applications of each type of hard surface washing equipment. Before purchasing a pressure cleaner or hard surface cleaning equipment, it is recommended that you understand the applications and possible limitations of each type of machinery in order to make the right choice.

Pressure cleaner systems use a high-pressure water spray to forcefully remove grime from hard surfaces. For greater effectiveness, particularly for clearing away grease and similar impurities, many contractors use pressure washer systems that can heat water. Grease, when dissolved with the use of hot water, is easier to wash away with the water spray. These machines often achieve temperature levels as high as 330°F.

These pressure washer systems are ideal for removing grime from surfaces, such as tile, stone, brick, concrete, and so on. They have flow rates of about 5 gpm, but many contractors might prefer machines with lower flow rates of up to 2.5 gpm for cleaning areas where drainage or water availability is a problem. For cleaning commercial bathrooms, kitchens and other indoor areas or for car washing, you might purchase low-flow machines with flow rates up to 5 gpm. The pressure levels of these machines vary from 750 psi to as much as 4000 psi for heated power wash systems. Cold water machines may achieve pressure levels as high as 8000 psi.

For removing heavy layers of grime including grease in basements, yards, kitchens, sheds, warehouses, and factory floors, you would need to invest in hard surface cleaners with spinner heads and simultaneous extraction. The spinner head rotates at high speed to scrub the dirt off hard surfaces, while simultaneous extraction keeps runoff under control. Daimer®'s machines have an advantage over other brands of hard floor cleaners because these machines have motorized spinners which are more effective in removing dirt. Another attractive feature of these machines is that when used with the right wand, they can be used for many other purposes as well.

Daimer® also retails sludge extractors that feature extraction of water at up to 30 gallons per minute. The vacuum hose can be fitted with a 12 inch squeegee wand for cleaning smaller areas. Sludge extractors are used for cleanup in the aftermath of flood or large water leaks or for cleaning sewers.

If you are unsure about the possible applications of any piece of equipment, you may speak to a Daimer® product specialist to learn more about their products. Choosing the right equipment will help boost productivity and reduce costs, while making cleaning operations smoother and hassle free.

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