CRI release 10.18
October 18, 2010
CRI Seal of Approval Program Grows Again with Equipment from Windsor, PowrFlite, VacPro and Minuteman
DALTON GA - Seven new vacuum cleaners and one carpet extractor have been recently certified under CRI''s Seal of Approval (SOA) testing program for carpet cleaning equipment, include the first carpet extractor from Minuteman.
Seven Vacuum Cleaners
The Carpet and Rug Institute’s (CRI) Seal of Approval (SOA) program for vacuum cleaners validates performance in soil removal, indoor air quality protection and reduced carpet wear. Vacuum cleaners meeting CRI’s Bronze Performance Metric now include:
• Windsor Industries’ models: Sensor XP 12 (SRPXP12), Sensor XP 15 (SRPXP15), Sensor XP 18 (SRXP18), Versamatic 18 (VSP 18), and the Versamatic 14 (VSP 14) Commercial Uprights.
• PowrFlite model PF600BP Commercial Backpack.
• VacPro’s FB-SPDM SpeedyMaid Lightweight Commercial Upright.
CRI Welcomes Minuteman Extractor to the Seal of Approval Program
The Carpet and Rug Institute’s (CRI) Seal of Approval (SOA) program for carpet extractors validates performance in soil removal, water removal, and carpet texture retention. The latest carpet extractor meeting CRI’s Silver Performance Metric is Minuteman International’s X17 self-contained extractor.
About the SOA Program
The SOA program now includes a total of 213 vacuum cleaners and 90 carpet extractors that have been submitted voluntarily by manufacturers for evaluation by CRI’s test complex. Since its inception, the SOA program has been responsible for increasing the amount of soil removed from carpet, and thus the efficacy and productivity of cleaning operations, by a significant margin.
For more information, contact Pat Jennings at 706.428.2123 or email@example.com. To find a complete list of SOA-approved products, visit:
The Carpet and Rug Institute, headquartered in Dalton, Georgia, is the national trade association for the carpet and rug industry. Its members are manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers, representing over 90% of all carpet produced in the United States. CRI is the source for science-based information and insight into how carpet and rugs can create a better environment — for living, working, learning and healing.