Monday, December 5, 2011

Main Functions of Carpet Extractors

Functions of Carpet Extractors
Carpet extractors are used for cleaning various types of mats, carpets, seat upholstery, and other similar soft surfaces. These machines do not, and need not, provide extremely high pressure levels. Their maximum output temperature is 210°F and maximum output pressure is 500 psi. High-powered output is not required for these machines, as high output pressure and temperature could damage the soft surfaces on which carpet extractors are used. The following are some of the major uses of carpet cleaning machines offered by Daimer®.

Commercial Cleaning
The most popular use of these machines is cleaning mats and carpets in retail stores, shopping malls, hotels, and restaurants. Most of these shops have mats and carpets in front of the doorway or near the welcome area of the buildings to greet the customers. These mats tend to become muddied and worn out after some time. Regular use of carpet extractors is the only way to keep the mats and carpets in good shape.

Auto Detailing
Carpet cleaners like Daimer®’s XTreme Power® XPH-5900IU are widely used for auto detailing. These machines are mainly used for cleaning the soft interior surfaces of vehicles, such as mats, carpets, and seat upholstery. When using carpet extractors for auto detailing, one must ensure that the machine is equipped with low flow technology. Such machines from Daimer® are helpful in reducing the drying time of the surface to as low as two hours. Quick drying means vehicles are ready to use quickly and are likely to remain clean for a longer time.

Daimer®, a top supplier of cleaning machines, offers excellent carpet extractors in its XTreme Power® series.