One of the advantages of the special type of kitchen floor cleaning equipment is their high temperature levels. These machines feature temperatures as high as 330°F. High temperatures melt grease which is found in abundance on floors of commercial kitchens. Degreasing is one of the primary challenges of maintaining kitchen floors and using power washers that help you rise up to the occasion.
Most power washers used in kitchens and other indoor areas are electricity powered. Electricity is a clean fuel and machines that are powered by electricity do not generate fumes. These machines are usually propane heated and propane is also a clean fuel. Therefore, you can use these electric-powered, propane-heated machines for degreasing floors of commercial kitchens.
Many of these power washers feature automatic shutoff which enables the operators to make the cleaning task more efficient. Automatic shutoff eliminates the need to move back and forth between the machine and the power source in order to deactivate the machine when there is a lull in operations. The size of the hose is also another important factor to consider when purchasing power washers for cleaning kitchen floors. Normally, hoses are at least 25ft. long with the option of increasing their length. This ensures that no matter how large the kitchen area is, you will be able to efficiently clean the farthest corner.
There is a second type of kitchen floor cleaning machine that is used in order to minimize runoff and remove the toughest layers of grease from hard surfaces.