Saturday, February 27, 2010

Benefits of Non-Heated Carpet Cleaners

Non-Heated Carpet Cleaners
With all the focus on heated carpet cleaners, non-heated carpet steam cleaning equipment is sometimes overlooked. Heat is indeed very effective when it comes to removing grease and stains. If your carpet tends to collect ink, food residues, and other stubborn stains on a daily basis, it would be better to invested in a carpet cleaner that uses hot water. Although many jobs are completed much easier with heated carpet cleaning machines, cold water or non-heated machines are suitable for certain jobs hot water machines are not.

Using high temperatures in some situations might not only be unnecessary, it can actually damage certain surfaces. Some carpets fall apart when high temperatures are applied to them because heat melts the glue holding the fibers together. Using water at room temperature is the best solution for such carpet cleaning requirements. Non-heated carpet cleaners can also utilize hot water inlet temperatures for cleaning with heat when necessary.

Daimer®’s XTreme Power® XPC-9200 is one of the best cold water carpet cleaners on the market. This machine obtains pressure levels of 150 psi and 200 cfm airflow in addition to a water lift capacity of 150 inches. With sizable solution and recovery tanks, this machine is ideal for cleaning commercial carpets without resorting to heat. In case you do need to apply heat for removing stubborn stains or caked dirt, this machine has a hot water option, which allows the user to heat water to 210°F.

In addition to an extensive product line, all of Daimer®’s carpet cleaners feature low flow technology, which reduces water consumption for cleaning. This also decreases the drying time to as little as 1 to 6 hours, thereby reducing the risk of mold growth and odor formation. At, you can find more information on high capacity non-heated carpet cleaners.

Monday, February 8, 2010

How Heated Carpet Cleaners Can Help?

Commercial and industrial areas often deal with numerous spills and stains that can soak deep into the carpet. Debris and dust can be ground into the material or worse yet, mix with a sticky spill or stain. If you have the leisure to clean these stretches of carpet over a long length of time, ordinary carpet cleaners with drying times as high as 24 hours may be sufficient. However, for such businesses subject to heavy traffic with little time to clean, heated carpet cleaning machines are the best option.

Daimer® offers both non-heated and heated carpet cleaning machines for fast and effective carpet cleaning. Using heated water on stubborn stains, hardened deposits, or sticky debris helps to soften and remove stains more easily. Even old and deep-seated stains can be removed by using heated carpet cleaners, as high temperatures work to dissolve deposits and stains for easy extraction.

All of Daimer's carpet cleaning machines, heated and non-heated, feature low-flow technology. This leads to superior cleaning power without the use of large amounts of water. One benefit of using carpet cleaners with low-flow technology is they require shorter drying times than other machines. In commercial and industrial areas, sectioning off areas so the carpet can dry may not be manageable. Heated carpet cleaning machines with low water flow usage usually dry within 2 to 4 hours. These faster drying times also mean a greatly reduced risk of germs and bacteria taking root and multiplying in the damp material. You can get more information on these All carpet cleaning solutions and machines at