FREE WHITEPAPER: Steam & Microfibre in Healthcare

Our equipment produces high-temperature steam vapour at temperatures of 160 degrees Celsius and above to kill all bacteria.

The 3000 year old mop, bucket and chemicals are fast becoming processes of the past for the healthcare system. Due to steam being a vapour, it is able to get into crevices that chemicals and detergents can’t and is a powerful disinfector.

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  • Produces Bacteria Killing Vapour :

    Our steam machines and floorscrubbers produce +160 degrees Celsius dry steam vapour for instant removal of bacteria, mould, dirt, grime and odours.
Get professional results with healthcare bacteria decontamination, using steam vapour


  • Safeguards against Bacteria Breeding :

    Our steam vapour is produced with just 5 per cent moisture content allowing it to dry upholstery, mattresses and curtains within minutes. This prevents damp conditions, which create a breeding ground for bacteria.
Dry steam vapour is better- for safeguard against bacteria in healthface facility surfaces


  • Penetrates through Biofilm :

    Steam penetrates through the ‘biofilm shield’ that micro-organisms use to not only survive but thrive.
steam vapour penetrates deep into pores of surface


  • Reduces Staff OH&S Risks:

    Steam vapour prevents chemical related work incidents. Our cleaning equipment is ergonomically designed to be used for healthcare cleaning applications.
Cleaning equipment that is ergonomically designed to improve health safety in healthcare sector

KEY TIP : It is high temperature steam vapour that instantly removes all grime and dirt on contact with a surface- and not high pressure!

Our Steam Vapour Technology

(Steam) completely removes the selected test microorganisms such as MRSA, Acinetobacter, Klebsiella and Clostirdium difficile spores and completely disinfects the cleaned surface" - Research report conducted by the Department of Health [UK] 2007.



UK Department of Health: An integrated Approach Microfibre cloth and steam cleaning technology in healthcare