New PEX Series Carpet Extractor Introduced at ISSA Tradeshow Called "The Future of Portable Carpet Extractors"

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U.S Products, a leading manufacturer of carpet, floor care, and restoration cleaning equipment, has just introduced its latest carpet-cleaning system, the new PEX Series.

U.S Products, a leading manufacturer of carpet, floor care, and restoration cleaning equipment, has just introduced its latest carpet-cleaning system, the new PEX Series.

The machine was on display at the recent ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America® trade show in Orlando, Fla.

The PEX Series is the first product co-developed by engineers at U.S. Products and Nilfisk-Advance since Nilfisk acquired the company more than three years ago.

According to Mark Baxter, product and training manager for U.S. Products, the PEX series is unique to the carpet-cleaning industry for several reasons, including its open-pallet design.

“Simply opening the front half of the machine allows quick access to all internal components [of the machine],” he says. “This allows the user to address simple maintenance needs quickly and easily.”

The PEX series is available in two models:

  •      The CRI* Silver-certified 200 with adjustable 50 to 200 psi and a dual 2-stage vacuum motor; and     
  •      The CRI Gold-certified 500 with 50 to 500 psi, complete with a dual 3-stage vacuum motor.

Both units have an upright “dolly” design for easy one-person transport, maneuver, and stair climbing, as well as on-demand 212-degree F heat.

“And because more carpet cleaners are cleaning commercial carpets in ‘day cleaning’ situations, we added a sound-deadening system for quieter operation,” Baxter adds.

Baxter believes the PEX series represents the future of portable carpet extractors.

“These systems are light, flexible, service-friendly, quiet, and environmentally responsible,” he says. “That’s the future of all professional cleaning equipment, including carpet extractors.”

*Carpet and Rug Institute

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