Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Wheelchair Cleaning Equipment: For Super-Clean and Hygienic Wheelchairs

Wheelchair Cleaning Equipment
A wheelchair cleaning equipment is an indispensable cleaning system in areas, such as hospitals, retirement homes and nursing homes, where large number of wheelchairs are in use. With daily use, wheelchairs can accumulate dust, dirt, and other debris that can make it unhygienic and even unsafe for use. Fortunately, pressure cleaners now make it easier for cleaning professionals to maintain wheelchairs.

Wheelchairs that are used outside generally feature considerable grime and dirt buildup on the wheels and other parts. Scrubbing away dried mud is not an easy task. However, the job takes just minutes, if you are equipped with an advanced wheelchair cleaning equipment. The best pressure washing equipment with low flow rates is ideal for cleaning different parts of wheelchairs without damaging sensitive components.

When people with conditions, such as incontinence, use wheelchairs, and it is not uncommon to find urine stains on the seats of wheelchairs. Using the hot water mode of wheelchair cleaning equipment helps eliminate all traces and stains of urine to ensure cleanliness and hygiene. The steam mode of a wheelchair cleaning equipment helps eliminate unpleasant odors as well.

The Super Max™ 7000 from Daimer® is an industrial pressure washer adhering to USDA standards and ideal for use both indoors and outdoors. The tri-mode wheelchair cleaning equipment, powered by electricity and heated by propane, features low flow rates of 2.5 gpm and high pressure levels of 1000 psi. It generates wet steam at temperatures of up to 330ºF for amazing cleaning action. The adjustable temperature control technology allows users to set the right temperature for different applications.