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Daimer Offers Steam Cleaner to Kill Bed Bugs

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The company is marketing its KleenJet Mega 1000CVP ATIS to the pest control industry.

| November 9, 2012

Daimer Industries is marketing its KleenJet Mega 1000CVP ATIS, which is a certified pesticide device according to the United States EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), to the pest control industry.

The Mega 1000CVP ATIS commercial steam cleaner machine's label contains a special EPA number. Daimer's exclusive, patented technologies help users kill bed bugs with high temperature vapor steam flow while an extraction system removes the carcasses from the surface.

“The bed bug problem has reached a pinnacle worldwide, and efforts to contend with them effectively has been less than successful. The United States and many other countries are truly dealing with a major epidemic,” says Daimer Industries Spokesman Matthew Baratta. “Daimer's is proud to offer the cleaning industry's only certified pesticide steam vac device, which has even been scientifically proven to kill some of the deadliest bacteria in the world. We are pleased to help ease the major bed bug problem confronting such a large population in both cities and urban settings."

Daimer's KleenJet Mega 1000CVP ATIS steam cleaner is the upgraded version of the company's 1000CV model. The machine's pressure is up to 105 psi with the emission of low moisture vapor containing merely 5% water. The machine generates temperatures up to an outstanding 356°F.

The super-high vapor system temperatures help kill bed bugs within all various growth stages, the company reports. The 1000CVP's "dry" vapor flow ensures successful bed bug extermination, while providing for drier mattresses and other surfaces after the system's application. The vapor system is not considered a carpet steam cleaner even though the machine will kill and extract bed bugs from carpeting.

This special Daimer model is the world's only EPA-complaint steam cleaner vacuum, which includes the company's patent-pending, certified, anti-microbial technology proven scientifically to kill up to 99.999% of deadly bacteria and mold, the company reports. The commercial steam cleaner even targets MRSA, E.Coli, Salmonella, and others. Daimer's ATIS (Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization) technology is incorporated into each and every one of the 1000CVP's boilers, and is also responsible for extracting minerals from the water while maximizing temperature and pressure levels within the boiler chamber.

The company's unique Water Extraction technology is included with the model, and captures wet and dry particles picked up from the surfaces from the 1000CVP's vacuum. The operator simply fills the vapor system's water capture chamber in preparation for system use, and discards the fluid from the chamber after the cleaning process. The extraction tank takes only seconds to remove, and the liquid can be poured down a drain, toilet, or elsewhere.

For more information visit www.daimer.com.
 

 

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