All the cleaning machines shown here, are commercial grade and suitable for use as your main bedbug control and prevention equipment. Dry steam vapour is superheated- to a point where it exits the machine at around 160 degrees Celsius. The steam comes from tap water, maing it suitable for use throughout any home, hostel, accommodation, healthcare facility or motel. These machines can also be used to clean workshop areas, food handling equipment and kitchens.
What are the Differences Between the Machines
The main variants between the different cleaning machines presented here, are their:
- boiler capacity
- ability to accept detergent for injection into the steam vapour
- output pressure level
Larger boiler capacities mean fewer refill stops during long cleaning runs.
An onboard detergent reservoir means that heavily soiled bedding, floor or upholstery can be thoroughly cleaned with less effort, by including detergent into the steam vapour output.
Output pressure level refers to the intensity at which the steam exits the machine. Higher delivery pressures, mean the steam has greater dirt or grease displacement ability. If you're likely to use the same machine throughout residential and workshop or commercial food handling areas like kitchens, or motel restaurants- then higher output pressure would be an advantage.
It all comes down to your workload, staff resources, and budget.