The following list describes the features of the pressure washer:
The chemical injector, which comes standard with many of our pressurewashers, allows soap or chemical to be injected into the water stream making cleaning even faster and easier.
EZ Start Adjustable Unloader
EZ Start unloader eliminates pressure in the pump while starting the engine making the unit to start easier; less damaging to starter motors.
High-grade power washers come with tubed, pneumatic tires instead of hard rubber or plastic tires. Tubed pneumatic tires are used for longer wear and easier maneuvering of the powerwasher on most surfaces. Additionally, pneumatic tires absorb vibration, which saves wear and tear on the working components.
Pressure Washer Hose
Wire-braid high pressure hose is rated for up to 4000 PSI. 50' of pressurehose allows an easy and uninterrupted cleaning of large area.
The nozzle is the restriction at the end of the wand that creates the pressure. Nozzles have different spray patterns that can affect the width and strength of the spray. For instance, the 40-degree (white) nozzle delivers a flat spray of about 40-degrees. There's also a 25-degree (green) and the most popular 15-degree (yellow) nozzles. Caution operators about the 0-degree (red) nozzle. It can cut into wood and cause damage.
Belt driven pressure washers use pulleys and belts to slow the speed of the pump. Where the engine spins at 3,800 RPM the pump will be slowed to 1,400 RPM or 1,900 RPM depending on the pulley and belt setup. This system ensures long pump life because the bearings do not get as much wear and the pump is isolated from the heat of engine, being separated by the belts and pulleys.