Carpet Cleaning Machines
ITS Africa includes the widest range of machines and accessories for home and professional carpet cleaning, developed to solve cleaning problems in any size area. Our range is characterized by reliability and robustness.
Our Carpet Cleaning Machines achieve better results than many other system available, focus is placed on the following:
Quality results – the carpet is clean like new and it gets dirty again slowly, like a brand new carpet
Extremely reduced drying time – the carpet can be dry in 1 hour (depending on the machine and method used).
User-friendly cleaning operations – the operator’s time and effort are considerably decreased.
Our range incorporates all the cleaning factors within carpet cleaning and uses them simultaneously (depending on model) and optimally: chemical action, mechanical action, temperature, time and vacuuming. With the spray-extraction system, a solution of water and chemical is sprayed into the carpet’s fibres and immediately sucked out. The solution and the dirt removed are recovered directly into the dirty water tank of the machine. It is sometimes necessary to pass several times on the same strip before completing the cleaning process. The drying time of the carpet after cleaning greatly depends on the vacuum strength. A specially designed high waterlift vacuum system is the best option for quickest drying time. With high waterlift machines shorter drying times are achieved and better cleaning results are obtained.
The cleaning result is improved with the mechanical action of a rotating cylindrical brush. This allows complete cleaning of each fibre by removing dirt from the base of the carpet fibres, which otherwise resurfaces a few days after cleaning. The mechanical action of the brush is therefore essential to obtain a professional result. After cleaning a carpet with chemical, it is recommended to repeat the process with water only. This is in order to remove any sticky residue that is left over, which causes the carpet to re-soil quickly. The rinsing phase, though important, is seldom thought about or performed due to the extra time required.