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Three Things to Check When Buying Gum Removal Machines

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Gum removal machines are highly sought after these days. Cleaning companies buy these machines aplenty. Purchase officers at public works departments do the same. Even business individuals who want to venture into the field of cleaning work find these machines to be among the most beneficial in their arsenal.

The ease of job certainly depends on the type of gum removal machines one uses. If one has the right machines and the machines are in good shape, then the job is virtually half done. This article provides three tips that would allow one to buy the right kind of machine for removing chewing gum.

Type of Machine
The first tip must be about the type of machine. Normally, the choice of gum removal machines has to be among two kinds of machines - pressure washers and steam cleaners. Pressure washers provide high output pressure and blast away the dirt and impurities present on the surface, similarly to how they blast away gum wads.

These machines have sufficient output power, particularly those with high-temperature wet steam temperatures, to remove chewing gum. The problem is that these machines do not extract the chewing gum pieces, but rather use excessive water to blast them away. In addition, such equipment leaves the surface wet after cleaning.

That leaves you with steam cleaning machines. Steam cleaners clean tough residues with their high-temperature, dry vapor steam. They melt or dissolve dirt and impurities present on hard surfaces. The molten or dissolved dirt or gum in this case, can be removed using an attached vacuum, available on top models, or using a brush or towel. These are by and large, the best gum removal machines.

Features of the Best Machines
Top quality steam cleaners must be used for chewing gum removing. These machines should have the maximum output temperature as available. At present, sophisticated commercial steam cleaners offer an output temperature as high as 386°F, though 356°F is a good range. This is sufficient output temperature for this cleaning task.

Another essential feature for chewing gum removing is dry vapor output. Dry vapor refers to the super-heated state of water which has a liquid content of less than 5%. Dry vapor output not only has more cleaning power, but does not transfer too much liquid water to the surface, too. In other words, commercial steam cleaners with dry vapor output are best suited for chewing gum removal.

Attached Vacuum
Ordinary steam cleaning machines do not contain any extraction mechanism. These machines only displace the gum and do not remove the residue. They do not really work for rapid gum removing.

This process requires machines that can dissolve gum and remove the softened residues. That is, steam cleaners when used as gum removal equipment must contain an attached vacuum. Such machines speed up the cleaning process. Melting and extraction of the chewing pieces almost happen simultaneously when using these gum removal machines.

The cleaning efficiency of gum removal equipment depends on two things. The extraction capacity of the vacuum attached with it and the output temperature. These are the two main aspects a prospective buyer must focus on. Look for specialized gum removal systems from reputable suppliers for the best cleaning results.

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