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No-heat, extra power carpet cleaning machines for upholstery
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Sep '10
Daimer Industries, a trans-national supplier of 50 Hz industrial cleaning equipment, has shipped a 17.2 bar unheated series of carpet cleaning machines. The new XPC-9250U integrates an upgraded 17.2 bar pump, two oversized storage tanks and a highly portable cleaning head.

"We upgraded the 50 Hz pumps on our base model XPC-9250U to offer maximum power to non-U.S. customers who need an unheated machine," explained 50 Hz systems spokesman Matthew Baratta. "These carpet cleaning machines provide maximum versatility for cleaning both standard and delicate rugs."

No-Heat, Extra Power Carpet Cleaning Machines for Upholstery
Each 17.2 bar XPC-9250U starts with an upgraded 17.2 bar pump. The standard model of this unit comes with a 15.2 bar pump.

The extraction/vacuum subsystems on the upgraded carpet cleaners still provide air flows rated for 94.4 LPS and water lifts rated for 381 cm. The advanced carpet extractors are manufactured without heating systems. This no-heating design lowers the price and allows for the cleaning of heat-averse rugs and carpets composed of delicate fibers, such as wool. Still, for jobs that require heat, the equipment can accept heated water of 98.9°C.

The new machines were architected for prolonged periods of continual work. As a result, the new carpet cleaning machines have high capacity 64.4 L cleaning solution tanks and 56.8 L removal tanks. Each machine is sold with Daimer's low waste aqua-management technology, which cuts upholstery drying time to about an hour and rug drying times to about 6 hours in standard applications.

The carpet cleaning machines are sold with 6.1-meters of vacuum hose and 6.1-meters of cleaning solution hose. The maneuverable upholstery wand has a powered jet and measures 10.2 centimeters in width. Wider 30.5 cm floor wands as well as additional hose lengths are available from Daimer.

Daimer Industries Inc

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