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Reliable Corporation Offers Steam Cleaners for Bed Bug Control

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The company offers stainless steel steamers that also function as wet/dry vacuums.

| October 9, 2013

Enviromate FLEX EF700

TORONTO — Reliable Corporation offers steam cleaners for bed bug control, including the Enviromate FLEX EF700, a complete multi-use commercial cleaning unit, functioning not only as a steam cleaner and steam extractor but also as a wet/dry vacuum.

The company also offers the EnviroMate PRO EP1000, a steam cleaning system for santitizing jobs.

The FLEX and PRO use CSS technology (continuous steam system), have a boiler temperature of 302ºF - 320ºF, and operate on powerful 87 PSI pressure. Both products implement leading edge technology and accessories designed to help sterilize all surfaces encountered in commercial cleaning settings.

EnviroMate PRO EP1000

For more information visit Reliable Corporation at www.ReliableCorporation.com.
 

 

 

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