Product News: Cleaning Products & Equipment
Upright Carpet Extractors feature high efficiency motors.
Press Release Summary:
January 20, 2012 - Providing contractor-grade deep cleaning, 10 gallon ECO-500 AW Series is suitable for use on carpets and upholstery as well as hard surfaces such as tile and grout. Portable unit features hinged tank design for access to internal components, front-mounted pressure gauge/adjustment knob to monitor cleaning performance, and front-mounted drain hose for solution disposal. Rear-mounted control panel and power outlets have sealed membrane switches.
Original Press Release
These Air Watts Mean Power
Press release date: January 19, 2012
CFR's new portable ECO-500 AW (air watts) Series upright extractors allow carpet cleaning professionals to achieve deep-cleaning results comparable to those usually possible only with a truckmount.
That's because these 10-gallon systems are equipped with high-efficiency air-watt motors providing exceptional cleaning performance and power. Use the ECO-500 AW on carpets and upholstery as well as hard surfaces like tile and grout.
Like other CFR machines, the ECO-500 recycles cleaning solution, enhancing worker productivity dramatically and making this one of the Greenest carpet extractors on the market today.
For more information, visit www.cfrcorp.com, call toll-free: 800-533-2557, or scan: attached
About CFR, a Tacony Company
CFR designs and manufactures a complete range of eco-friendly carpet cleaning systems and high performance specialty tools with an innovative, patented technology that is radically different from other carpet cleaning systems. Continuous Flow Recycling (CFR) technology provides superior moisture-controlled cleaning, faster drying times, and increased cleaning productivity that is unmatched compared to standard carpet extractors on the market today. Through a state-of-the-art recycling filtration system, coupled with moisture-controlled atomization wand technology to minimize carpet moisture, CFR is the Greenest carpet cleaning system in the industry today.