Pure Water Cleaning Cleaning Equipment for Pure Water Cleaning. Water is a naturally impure liquid and these impurities can interfere when using it for cleaning as microscopic deposits can cause streaks or marks and windows for example may not look as clean as they might. Pure water has all the impurities removed by a process called reverse osmosis and because water is naturally impure it wants to return to its natural state. This means that when pure water is applied to a surface it will absorb the deposits from it leaving the surface clean and streak free.
An extensive range of cleaning machines for hard surface floors comprising single disc cleaners powered floor scrubber dyers and pedestrian and ride-on floor sweepers. Where sanitizing and hygiene are important then a floor steam cleaner may be the most suitable item of floor cleaning equipment particularly in areas such as food processing or healthcare. Steam effectively penetrates into the surface of the floor enabling effective cleaning.
The capacity and consumption of fuel to feed the burner. Most hot water pressure washers have a boiler which is normally heated by a burner using kerosene. The fuel tank capacity and consumption shows how long the machine can run before refilling. On diesel powered machines the fuel tank will normally power the pump and the burner.