Daimer Industries Inc.

Daimer Unveils Steam Cleaner HEPA Vacs to Kill Bed Bugs


Source: Daimer Industries Inc.

Exclusive vapor steam cleaner with extraction includes exclusive technologies and emits high temperatures to kill and extract bed bugs.

Woburn, MA -- U.S.A – October 16, 2012 – Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the industry's number one brand of steam cleaners shipped to 200+ countries, is now offering powerful steam cleaner machines to the pest control and other industries. The company's sophisticated and technologically superior technologies help eliminate potentially deadly bed bugs from homes, hotels, businesses, and any other facilities within which bed bugs are a problem.

Daimer®'s vapor steam cleaner machines include features for which the company is well-known. Features include patent-pending ATIS® (Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization®), proprietary Water Extraction, and exclusive 3 micron-based HEPA filtration technologies to effectively destroy and extract bed bugs. Importantly, the company offers the only commercial and industrial vapor Industrial steam cleaner machines with ATIS®, HEPA and Water Extraction features to contend with the explosive bed bug epidemic better than other steam vacuum cleaners brand on the market. Bed bug carcasses captured in the water chamber are simply poured into a drain or commode.

“Once there is evidence of a bed bug infestation, it can be painfully difficult to eliminate them using traditional techniques, such as simply vacuuming,” states Daimer Industries, Inc.® spokesman Matthew Baratta. “Daimer®'s patent-pending commercial steam cleaner model kills bed bugs quickly and will be a tremendous relief to pest control companies as well as those in the hospitality and other industries.”

Studies show that nearly 95 percent of U.S.A.-based professional pest control firms have come across a bed bug plague in the past year alone. Nearly 76 percent of respondents to a survey believed that bed bugs are even more difficult to eliminate than cockroaches, ants, and termites. It is absolutely shocking to realize that residences are at the top of the list. 89 percent of pest control professionals deal with bed bug infestations in lodgings/condominiums, and 88 percent treat bed bug infestations in single-family homes.

Until recently, bed bug bites were only believed to be a more of an aggravating nuisance causing red and itchy spots on the skin. However, since recent scientific evidence has proven bed bugs may transfer deadly pathogens, it is more critical than ever before to eliminate them using a powerful commercial steam cleaner. Although the systems can be used to kill bed bugs In carpeting, vapor machines are not replacements for professional carpet steam cleaner systems.

The KleenJet® Mega 500VP ATIS® is a versatile commercial steam cleaners featuring pressure levels of up to 75 psi and temperatures as high as 310°F. The high temperatures help destroy bed bugs at all stages of growth and hep ensure complete removal of the infestation. The vapor steam cleaner is also empowered with wet as well as dry vacuuming functions, which enable the powerful steam cleaner to effectively extract bed bugs from carpets, mattresses, and bedding, and more. The KleenJet® Mega 500VP is also notable for its powerful and certified anti-bacterial technology designed to eliminate up to 99.9 percent of most bacteria, germs, and mold.

Daimer® steam vacuum cleaners come bundled with over 36 parts and accessories to target innumerable surfaces. The machines come with a lifetime boiler warranty.

For Additional Information:
Visit Daimer®'s website http://www.daimer.com/ or call Matthew Baratta directly at (888) 507-2220 to learn more about the KleenJet® Mega 500VP ATIS® model. The cleaning machines are shipping globally to most countries. Minimum order quantities may be required to customers outside of North America.

Matthew Baratta, Daimer Industries, Inc.®
16 Tower Office Park
Woburn, MA 01801

(888) 507-2220

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