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Getting down and dirty: Matrix machines take the graft out of industrial cleaning
Industrial sector steam cleaning machines - believed to be the only such machines manufactured in the UK, are offered by Matrix Cleaning Systems in 110v, 240v or 380v, single and 3-phase versions, operating between 8 and 10 bar pressure.
Designed specifically for the industrial market where reliability and robustness is essential in allowing users to achieve their desired results in improving cleanliness and hygiene standards, the machines boast an efficient dry steam function that reduces water usage. This dry steam function has helped Matrix steam cleaning machines achieve DEFRA accreditation as a water saving technology and has also allowed for the reduction in chemicals used in production lines.
The manufacturer can also supply belt cleaning systems which enable the steam cleaning machines to clean conveyor belt systems within the industrial market.
The most powerful standard industrial steam cleaner in the range - the 4?4 SD20KW, is a 10 bar 32 Amp 3-phase unit with a steam and detergent facility.
"This is a machine that just doesn't quit," says the company's sales director Mike Osiadacz. "Delivering over 26 litres of dry steam per hour from a continuous fill, stainless steel boiler, there are few industrial cleaning needs that can't be met with ease.
"The SD20KW also retains the flexibility of its smaller counterparts, with an integrated steam regulator, a detergent facility, and optional vacuum extras.
"When other industrial cleaning tools can't do the job, the SD20KW stands tall."
Matrix's has its own vacuum accessory - the KIT1150, which is compatible with all the company's machines that have an optional vacuum facility. This comes as standard with a full range of extra accessories, making it a flexible addition to your steam cleaning arsenal.
8th February 2018