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Daimer Offers Bed Bug Removal Steamers in 50 Hz

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Daimer announces four lines of germ-killing steam cleaners that feature bug killing, extraction and disinfection.

| February 22, 2011

 WOBURN, Mass. -  Daimer Industries announced four lines designed for 50 Hz customers with pest control applications. Daimer KleenJet machines are among the few 50 Hz systems offering the features widely recommended by pest-eradication professionals

"Our 50 Hz machines bring industrial caliber systems that kill bed bugs to our non-North American customers dealing with infestation problems," said Daimer.com international pest-control representative Matthew Baratta. "These four KleenJet steam cleaning lines address a range of needs and budgets."

Daimer offers four lines of steam cleaners with a variety of features and capabilities.

The entry level 550VP offers the temperature, extraction, filtration and antibacterial features most often recommended by bed bug removal professionals. For larger infestations, the company announced the 1050CVP, 3050CVP and its most powerful bed bug steam cleaners, the 5050CVP.

All the bed bug removal machines feature: boilers that are guaranteed for the life of the machine, ATIS® certified germ-eradicating technology, and dual-level water and HEPA filtration to remove odors, bed bug eggs and allergens. Daimer® ATIS® antiseptic systems offer EPA-compliance and laboratory-tested performance.

For more information visit www.daimer.com/steam-cleaners-for-bed-bugs-removal/
 

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