A sustainable objective Osprey Deepclean discuss achieving your sustainability goals with dry steam vapour technology.

Consumers are motivated to make environmentally conscious choices and this reflects in their buying behaviour. People want to align with brands that care about sustainability and strive to limit their environmental impact. Get closer to meeting these expectations by adopting ‘green’ cleaning practices.

Sustainable cleaning is now affordable, and effective technology is readily available. Introduce the best possible cleaning practices and show people that your business is taking every measure now. Osprey Deepclean’s dry steam vapour (DSV) technology provides you with the best possible hygiene standards while drastically cutting energy and water consumption.

The science behind DSV technology

When you combine dry steam vapour with validated technologies, you achieve the most effective, efficient and sustainable cleaning standards, without chemicals. The process requires a small amount of cold tap water that gets super-heated, reaching temperatures up to 185°C. Just one litre of water transforms into 1600L of small but powerful dry steam droplets.


You might think that dry and steam are contradictory, but super-heating vaporises residual moisture and generates dry steam, delivering the best possible environmental hygiene standards in both wet and dry environments.

These tiny dry droplets cover a far greater surface area than manual cleaning in a shorter time, with greater effectiveness. It reaches into nooks and crannies, loosening dirt and grime to be removed with Osprey Deepclean’s validated HEPA type water filtration vacuum cleaners or microfibre cloths, leaving surfaces clean and sanitised.

Reducing water consumption

Some companies rely on high-pressure washing for pavement chewing gum removal. This method demands over 10,000L of hot water every shift, while potentially damaging surfaces. The environmental costs of high- pressure washing are astronomical, before considering the massive volume of wastewater.

DSV cleaning needs just one litre of water to generate 1600L of dry steam and requires only five litres an hour, reducing water consumption by over 95% and taking a huge stride towards realising sustainable ambitions. Equally important

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