Pressure washers are great tools for cleaning a variety of outdoor items. They're 10 to 50 times more powerful than a garden hose, and they also use up to 80% less water. Take a look at these tips to make sure you get the perfect pressure washer for your project.
Pressure washers are available for all levels of use from the weekend warrior projects to heavy-duty commercial applications. Below are a few questions to consider before purchasing.
Cars, trucks, patio furniture, sidewalks, fencing, garage floors, driveways and houses are candidates for pressure washing. However, each doesn’t share the same cleaning requirements. You should purchase a pressure washer that best serves the projects you're looking to accomplish.
There are many pressure washer accessories available to help cut down the time of a job. Our rotating surface cleaner is 12 inches wide with dual-rotating jets that spin rapidly, breaking up dirt without streaking.
For commercial use, use a pressure washer that has a triplex pump. Pressure washers with triplex pumps have a longer life expectancy and are more efficient than axial cam pumps.
Depending on what you’re cleaning, each application has its own specific procedure. Here are some general things to remember:
Pressure washers are equipped with safety features designed to reduce pressure buildup. Unloaders and thermal relief valves prevent heat and water pressure from reaching dangerous levels. An oil-level indicator ensures that the washer stays properly lubricated.