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AmeriVap Systems Celebrates 20th Anniversary

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The company, which has experienced significant growth over the past few years, recently moved to a 25,000 foot distribution center outside of Atlanta, Ga.

| May 5, 2011

ATLANTA — AmeriVap Systems, a pioneer in dry steam vapor cleaning and sanitizing, marked its 20th Anniversary this month.  The company, which has experienced significant growth over the past few years, recently moved to a 25,000 foot distribution center outside of Atlanta, Ga.

Founded by Werner Diercks, the company was a forerunner in dry steam vapor cleaning when dry steam vapor was unheard of and infomercials touting the benefits of steam cleaning did not exist. The company has expanded greatly from its roots of small portable dry steam cleaners that are used enthusiastically by industries as varied as pest control for killing bed bugs to hospitality for detailing hotel rooms. Indeed AmeriVap Systems has blazed the trail again with a move into larger, extremely powerful, industrial dry steam cleaners.

For more informaton visit http://www.amerivap.com.

 

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