Steamericas COVID-19 Updates

The Optima Steamer & Covid-19

Steamericas is Still Open.

Much of our staff is working remotely or at home caring for family and loved ones, but we are maintaining operations in order to fulfill orders and support customers. We are, however, experiencing increased call volumes due to COVID-19. Please leave us a message or email us [email protected] (order related), [email protected] (service related) if you are not able to get connected with us on the phone immediately.

Steamericas’ Response to COVID-19

We’re continuing to collect up-to-date resources, scientific data, and guidance for our customers and will update this page as we get it. Below, you will find our recommendations as it comes to safety, official guidance and protocols, links and common questions we are now getting. Come back daily or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube for the latest updates as we get them.

The Optima Steamer and COVID-19

The following is Steamericas’ recommendation as it pertains to the process of removing or deactivating the virus with the Optima Steamer in accordance with guidelines set forth by the CDC.

The Optima Steamer and COVID-19
South Korea uses steam to sanitize Seoul subway to combat COVID-19
South Korea’s Phone Booth Coronavirus Testing Stations disinfected with dry vapor steam
Hawaiian paramedics use Optima Steamers to sanitize their ambulances during COVID-19 crisis.

COVID-19 FAQs

Be sure to read the FAQs below and to look to your local and state authorities for specific guidelines, restrictions, or initiatives regarding COVID-19. Above all else, be safe. A lot about the virus is still being learned and all of us are expected to follow the guidance of the CDC to ensure the safety of the public at large.

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Steam Temperatures Compared to Distances from Gun Tip

Illustration of an Optima steam gun showing the steam temperature up to 4 inches from nozzle is the lethal range for viruses
Steam temperatures compared to distances from gun tip 0″ at nozzle 2″ (5cm) 4″ (10cm) 6″ (15cm) 8″ (20cm)
33′ Standard Hose & Standard Steam Gun 275.7°F (135.4°C) 185.5°F (85.3°C) 163.9°F (73.3°C) 147.6°F (64.2°C) 136°F (57.8°C)
33′ Power Hose & Power Steam Gun 278.8°F (137.1°C) 253.4°F (123°C) 194°F (90°C) 172°F (77.8°C) 149.7°F (65.4°C)

Incorporating dry vapor steam into disinfection processes against COVID-19