Pressurized steam is a little known but incredibly flexible option for cleaning that enables you to work smarter, not harder. Here’s a look at what steam cleaning can do for you:
Steam cleaning is effective for a variety of applications:
Sanitization: Steam cleaning is particularly useful for those in food processing, wine and beverage, and food industries. Steam will quickly and efficiently clean and sanitize barrels, tanks, bottles, conveyor belts, kitchen and food prep equipment, and tasting areas.
Auto & Fleet Detailing: Because steam cleaning doesn’t produce runoff or overspray, it’s perfect for cleaning vehicle interiors and can be safely used on engines, door jambs, floor mats, seats, and brake systems. It’s even safe for leather surfaces.
Commercial & Industrial: Steam cleaning has nearly endless applications for commercial and industrial use. Steam will remove stains, odors, grease, bacteria, mold, bed bugs, grout, graffiti, gum, and weeds — and that’s just to name a few.
Medical & Pharmaceutical: Steam cleaning is the preferred cleaning method for the medical sector because it enables hospitals and pharmaceutical companies to meet strict regulations regarding sterilization without the use of chemicals, disinfectants, or detergents.
Because steam cleaning doesn’t rely on chemicals, it’s ideal for sensitive applications. Our Steamericas steam cleaners can produce steam up to 230° at 116 pounds per inch, allowing you to safely clean the toughest stains from the most delicate surfaces.
Steam cleaning is better for the environment than traditional cleaning methods, too. It eliminates your need for chemicals, soaps, detergents, and other abrasive compounds. You’ll also avoid the personal health risks of inhaling harmful chemical fumes and the time-consuming — and expensive — hassle of cleaning up chemical waste and wastewater runoff.
Items that are steam cleaned dry more quickly than those that are cleaned with a pressure washer, reducing your total wash time. We offer both traditional steam and dry steam options so you don’t have to deal with excessive wastewater, chemical runoff, and the downtime that results from dealing with both.
Uses Water Efficiently
Consider that most industrial pressure washers use water at between 2 and 5 gallons per minute. Depending on the application, steam cleaning uses as little as one gallon of water. Our line of Steamericas cleaners need no more than 20 gallons of water for all-day use — with no recovery tank.
Need it? We’ve got it. Hotsy of Southern California sells thousands of accessories, including a full line of Steamericas commercial steam cleaners. You’re guaranteed to find what you need to get the job done right. Take it from us. We know clean.