The new pro steamer from nora systems provides healthcare facilities with a non-disruptive cleaning method that relies on steam to deep clean resilient flooring in occupied patient spaces. The nora pro steamer uses distilled water—with no chemicals—to create superheated dry steam that is delivered under pressure at more than 150° C.
According to the company, the steam loosens dirt, grease and sticky oils from flooring surfaces, while the high temperature of the steam deep cleans and emits no VOCs. A single tank of water can clean approximately 4,000 sq. ft. of flooring. Because the tank is not pressurized, water can be refilled at any time during the cleaning process without waiting for the machine to cool down, eliminating delays and allowing for continuous workflow.
The nora pro steamer also uses a specially designed microfiber pad that does not become saturated as it absorbs dirt. This contributes to short drying times and reduced chances for slips and falls. Additionally, the cleaner’s light-weight, sleek design and small size allow for maneuvering in tight spaces.
For more information, visit nora.com.