Carpet Cleaning Machines
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning & Shampooing Machines
We supply a wide range of heavy duty carpet cleaning machines from small practical lighweight machines to professional equipment for cleaning larger carpeted areas. Whatever your application, carpet shampooing, spot cleaning to upholstery, sofas & couches we offer powerful, efficient machines at competitive prices.
Commercial Carpet Cleaning Equipment
Our selection of carpet shampooing, wet & dry vacuums and extraction cleaners includes industrial carpet cleaning machines and specialist hygienic commercial carpet cleaner machines, so there is an ideal machine for all environments.
Browse through the selection of equipment shown here, then speak to a B&G commercial carpet cleaning specialist for advice and best prices.
We also have a selection of carpet / upholstery extraction cleaners available for hire.
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Viper DSU Vacuum
Commercial tub vacuum for daily carpet cleaning, with HEPA filter
Nilfisk VP300 HEPA Vacuum
Small commercial vacuum cleaner with HEPA filter for cleaner air
Karcher Puzzi 8/1 C
Efficient and compact spray extraction carpet cleaning machine, with quick carpet re-use time
Karcher Puzzi 10/1
Powerful spray extraction machine for carpet and upholstery deep cleaning
Karcher Puzzi 10/2
Carpet & upholstery spray extraction cleaner, carpet cleaner machine for every day use
Viper Wolf 130 Carpet Spotter
Spot cleaning machine for carpets, rugs and upholstery
Prochem Bravo£829.00 – £899.00
Compact spray extraction commercial carpet cleaner
Special offer from £829 + VAT
Self-contained carpet extraction cleaner
Special offer £1579 + VAT
High-performance carpet and floor cleaning machine
On special offer at £1799 + VAT
Industrial grade carpet extractor, very quiet
Special offer £1620 + Vat
Portable, commercial carpet and upholstery cleaning machine
Special offer £1499 + VAT
Truvox Hydromist 55 Carpet Cleaner£2,278.00 – £3,840.00
Spray injection industrial carpet cleaning machine for large areas
Special offer from £2278 + VAT
Prochem Polaris£3,420.00 – £3,999.00
Upright commercial carpet & upholstery cleaning machine
Offers from £3420 + VAT
Prochem Steempro 2000 Powerflo£2,175.00
Professional upholstery and carpet cleaner machine
Special offer only £2175 + VAT
Prochem Steempro 2100 Powermax£2,475.00
Professional high power carpet extractor
Special offer £2475 + VAT
Prochem Steempro 2700 Powerplus£2,695.00
Extra capacity commercial carpet & upholstery cleaner
On special offer at £2695 + VAT
Prochem Endeavor 500£4,795.00
Variable pressure professional carpet cleaning machine
On special offer, £4795 + VAT
Industrial carpet cleaner for smaller areas, also cleans hard floors, with rotating brush
Carpex 35:400 & 35:400 Dual
Professional carpet cleaners, suitable for use in medium sized commercial areas
Carpex 14:100 Foam Hot
Ideal for cleaning and sanitising medium sized carpeted areas and upholstery
Carpex 14:270 & 30:300£920.00 – £1,899.00
Small, practical carpet and upholstery cleaners
Special offer from £920 + VAT
Carpex 50:300, 70:300 & 70:300HP£2,520.00 – £2,850.00
Extraction cleaners, cleaning right down to the carpet base
Special offer from £2520 + VAT
Carpex 50:500 & 70:500
Industrial carpet cleaning machine for large carpeted areas
Cordless carpet cleaning machine, for large floor areas
Battery-powered industrial carpet cleaning machine, also cleans hard floors
Carpex Hot Water Unit£575.00
For use with carpet extraction cleaners
Special Offer £595 + VAT
Karcher BRC 45/45 C
Spray-extraction carpet cleaning machine for regular and deep cleaning of medium to large carpeted areas
Prochem Microsan Biocidal Cleaner
Multi-surface biocidal cleaner for hard surfaces, floors, carpets and upholstery
Prochem Cleaning Products
Professional cleaning and maintenence products for carpets, upholstery and floors
Prochem tools and attachments designed for use with Prochem Cleaning Equipment
Industrial Carpet Cleaning Equipment – How to Choose
The type of carpet, and how it is used, will determine how best to clean it. There are many different types of carpet cleaning machine available to do the job easily and efficiently.
Vacuum cleaners might be the most obvious choice, for deeper carpet cleaning, carpet extraction cleaners and carpet steam cleaners are also available.
Vacuum cleaners for regular carpet cleaning
A good vacuum cleaner is an essential carpet cleaning machine for both domestic and commercial use. It sucks up superficial dry dirt such as crumbs and dropped food. There is a variety of different types of vacuum cleaner on the market, including tub and upright models, and as a general principle, the efficient removal of dirt from a carpet is dependent to a large extent on the quality of the vacuum cleaner and also how it is used. For example, it is important that the dirt is collected in the machine and not allowed to become airborne and settle elsewhere – there’s no point just moving dust around! Particular attention should be given to heavy pedestrian traffic areas dirt tends to build up around the perimeter edges and, if not removed, can leave dark lines.
Wet and dry vacuums are also available, with different settings to tackle both liquid and dry dirt.
Standard vacuum cleaners are ideal for regular cleaning, although they can only remove the dirt from the top of the carpet and cannot reach into the pile, so for a really deep clean, a much more powerful device is required, and for this job more advanced carpet cleaning machines are available.
Vacuum cleaner options include tub-vacs, upright vacs and backpack vacs, along with the more heavy duty vacs designed for collecting heavy duty or hazardous dust. There is also an increasing range of battery powered vacs for commercial use. See our commercial vacuum cleaner range here.
Carpet extraction machines for deeper carpet cleaning
A carpet can appear to be clean but because of the nature of the pile or the pattern, deep down dirt can be hidden. For a deeper clean, a carpet extractor applies water or chemical to the carpet to dislodge or dissolve the dirt, then everything is vacuumed (or extracted) from the carpet.
There are three main methods of extraction:
- Dry Extraction – uses an absorbent substance containing detergents and solvents which is brushed into the carpet fibres. The saturated compound attaches itself to the underlying dirt and both are removed by vacuum
- Dry Foam – detergent is made into a foam and worked into the carpet and removed, together with the detritus, by wet vacuum
- Hot Water – a cleaning solution is introduced into the carpet fibres under pressure and the soil and solution is removed.
One of the most common methods of cleaning is known as “hot water extraction” using a carpet extraction machine like the Carpex, which uses a hot spray of chemicals in solution with water which is agitated into the carpet to enable the dirt to be separated from the carpet fibres, which is then sucked up by a vacuum. It is worth bearing in mind that as a carpet extraction machine is not something used every day there is always an option to hire this type of machine. See our carpet and upholstery equipment here.
Most carpets can be cleaned in this way – but dry cleaning can be a better option for some kinds of flooring materials. When carpets do not need such a comprehensive clean, smaller, cheaper “spotter” machines will tackle small stains, although care should be taken to ensure that any chemicals used do not harm the carpet.
Cleaning carpeted floors with dry steam cleaners
An alternative approach to deep clean a carpeted floor is to use a dry steam cleaner and this is the method we recommend most often to clean and sanitise carpeted floors. Temperatures above 77°C kill all living organisms and the temperature of steam is much higher than that, so steam cleaning is effective against Coronavirus, with or without chemicals. Read more about steam cleaning for coronavirus decontamination >>>
Steam cleaners are quite versatile machines with several benefits:
- As well as cleaning an area and killing harmful bacteria, the surface is also left dry
- Most machines come with specific attachments for extra functionality to provide an intense use of steam, which will remove most stains and effectively clean hard to reach crevices
- The use of chemicals in your cleaning process is minimised – this will have cost as well as health benefits
- The elbow-grease associated with any carpet steam cleaner is considerably less than choosing the other methods of carpet cleaning!
- Steam cleaners can reduce the symptoms suffers have from hay fever, asthma and eczema, as the steam will kill dust mites that have an adverse effect on these conditions
- You may well be able to use your carpet steam cleaner to meet a variety of your other cleaning needs
- A dry steam cleaner with vacuum, where you can you use a combined dry steam and vacuum system to clean your carpets See our dry steam cleaners
Which carpet cleaning machine is best for you?
The most suitable carpet cleaning machine for your needs will depend on a range of factors including the size of area to be cleaned, the type of dirt, the environment in which the machine will be used and, of course, your budget.
For free, no obligation, advice speak to the floor cleaning experts at B&G, we’re happy to help.