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For typical dirt that stubbornly accumulates on machines or company premises, you could of course also resort to powerful cleaning agents. However, it is simpler, more effective and more environmentally friendly to use high-pressure cleaners and steam jets instead. Because with the simple combination of water and pressure you will achieve the highest level of cleanliness.
In principle, both device versions function similarly and are therefore often confused: Water is ejected under pressure from a nozzle system and cleans contaminated surfaces primarily through a combination of physical and thermal effects.
However, there is a significant difference in the aggregate state of the liquid:
This means that high-pressure jets and steam jets are used in industrial cleaning in different areas:
Both versions have a great advantage: For light to medium degrees of soiling, you can also easily dispense with cleaning agents or cleaning accessories. Corresponding cleaners supplement the thermal-physical performance with a chemical component that ensures rapid success with particularly stubborn soiling. Apropos fast: the high-pressure cleaners are also convincing in this respect:
Basically, you can use any high-pressure cleaner that you obtain from us from the Kärcher brand for any common cleaning task in the company. You just need to pay attention to a few details:
Your basic machine selection is based on considerations of the frequency of use and the required functionality. Important elements are:
From this point of view, an efficient hot water high-pressure cleaner, for example, is ideal for frequently changing locations of use and allows operating times of up to one hour at a time. A cold water model is suitable for occasional use, medium soiling and manageable surfaces.
It is important to adjust the water pressure and temperature to the sensitivity of the surface. Also, you should always keep a certain distance (10 to 30 cm) between the high pressure jet and the surface. At a greater distance, the cleaning effect decreases exponentially due to the lower pressure.
Otherwise, you will find machine alternatives in the range for cleaning and sanitation requirements that you can use when cleanliness under high pressure is out of the question. What else you should know about this topic we have compiled for you in two overviews:
Should you not find what you are looking for there, we will be happy to advise you personally on the choice of equipment!
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