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Daimer Mid-Range Steam Cleaners Available for Bed Bug Removal

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Firm says the machines kill bugs and can be used for standard steam applications, such as tile and grout cleaning, sanitization and spot/stain removal.

| February 4, 2011

Woburn, Mass. — Daimer Industries, a provider of pest eradication steam cleaners, has recently shipped the 3000CVP line, which is a system offering high-performance sanitization for retail businesses seeking bed bug removal solutions, the firm says.

"The 3000 CVP line of bed bug removal machines not only kill bugs, the units can be used for standard steam applications, such as tile and grout cleaning, sanitization and spot/stain removal.

The Daimer's 3000CVP business steam cleaners offer the following features: commercial vacuum/extraction systems, operator-adjustable pressure levels offering a maximum of 110 psi and parasite-destroying temperatures rated for up to 349ºF.

The 3000CVP bed bug removal system also incorporates a Daimer only ATIS ionizing disinfection technology with a dual-tiered odor and allergen capturing filtration system.

For more information about Daimer's bed bugs removal machines, visit www.daimer.com/steam-cleaners-for-bed-bugs-removal or call Matthew Baratta at 888/507-2220.

 

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