(PRWEB) September 24, 2011
Steamericas will demonstrate its Optima Steamer series at PowerClean 2011, hosted by the Cleaning Equipment Trade Association (CETA). The event will take place September 24-27 in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the Talking Stick Resort.
PowerClean is CETA’s annual get together. This event allows CETA members to showcase their products, network and participate in training sessions. Among the attendees will be contractors, manufacturers, distributors, government purchasing agents and end-users.
Particularly for CETA members, there is a growing concern for the environment and waste-water management. An increase in both environmental and waste-water regulations can have a severe impact on the cleaning industry, especially in regards to profitability. At PowerClean 2011, Steamericas will showcase the environmentally friendly benefits and cleaning capabilities of their popular Optima Steamer series.
The use of steam in the cleaning industry is becoming increasingly popular for its cleaning, sanitizing and cost saving benefits. The success of the Optima Steamer can be attributed to its powerful steam pressure, minimum water consumption, dual steam guns, adjustable moisture control and versatility. On average, operators of the Optima Steamer reduce waste-water production and chemical and water consumption by over 90%. For example, the Optima Steamer allows mobile vehicle wash operators to produce zero waste-water, greatly reducing their set-up and clean-up time.
The Optima Steamer is manufactured by SJE Corporation in South Korea. Steamericas serves as the U.S. branch. Production of the Optima Steamer began in 2004. It has since been sold to over 80 countries. In early 2010, SJE Corporation launched Steamericas in Carson, California in response to an increase in demand for steam machines in the U.S. Steamericas is now seeking qualified distributors for the Optima Steamer.