Thursday, March 17, 2011

Features of Best Vapor Steam Cleaners

Portable Steam Cleaners
The best vapor steam cleaners are among the most sought-after cleaning machines today. These machines have a number of uses including cleaning hotels, restaurants, hospitals, and nursing homes. There is a good reason why these machines are widely used in the healthcare and hospitality industry. These machines do not just clean the surface, they sanitize the surface as well. As a result, these machines are used in buildings where hygiene is paramount.

The following is an overview of some of the best features of the best vapor steam cleaners.

Dry Vapor
The best vapor steam cleaners produce dry vapor as output. Dry vapor is a state of super heated water, which has a water content of less than five percent. To achieve this, the water has to be heated to a temperature of more than 386°F.

Dry vapor has two advantages. First, because of its high output temperature, it has an unmatched cleaning efficiency. Second, because of its low water content, little water is used during the cleaning process, making clean up much easier.

Strong Filters
The best vapor steam cleaners from Daimer®’s KleenJet® series have attached vacuums. Having an attached vacuum helps in extracting the dirt residues. Good machines, including the KleenJet® 1000CV, will also have a HEPA filter. These filters can absorb even the tiniest of particles, preventing them from being released back into the air. Steam cleaning machines with HEPA filters are useful in hospitals and nursing homes that treat asthma and allergy patients.