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Daimer Offers High-End Steam Cleaners for Bed Bug Control

Bed bugs, Supplier News

Systems are designed for use in large retail stores and commercial establishments with bed bug infestations.

| December 27, 2010

WOBURN, MASS. — Daimer Industries has released two high-end steam cleaners: the 5000 CV and 5000 CVP. The systems are designed to assist PMPs in controlling bed bugs in both residential and commercial properties.

“The two advanced systems were engineered with key bed bug removal features,” said Daimer.com’s spokesperson Matthew Barrata. “The two steam cleaners provide massive capacity for no-top cleaning, high temperatures and adjustable pressure levels.”

Bed bugs have been identified at several high-profile retail stores in New York City, including Abercrombie & Fitch, Victoria’s Secret and Bloomingdale’s, according to recent news reports. The bugs also have appeared in the basement of the Statue of Liberty.

Daimer’s 5000 CV and CVP lines offer bug and egg killing temperatures approaching 349ºF, commercial grade extraction subsystems, variable pressure levels approaching 120 psi (with lower settings helping to prevent the scattering of insects, waste and eggs), and two-stage filtering technology with HEPA and fluid-based systems. Daimer’s 5000 CVP bed bug removal system bundles the company’s ATIS anti-microbial technology.

Daimer also offers bed bug removal steamers at other price and feature levels, such as the less expensive 1000 product line and the mid-range 3000 line.

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

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