Legacy Pumps


Legacy pumps are specially designed for pressure washing systems using high-grade materials and superior engineering. The design behind these pumps signals a new wave in the construction of heavy-duty pumps. In fact, tests have shown that these pumps are more durable than other high pressure pumps on the market.

Legacy pumps are available with the option of either belt or direct driven models and offer a five year warranty. They feature a forged brass manifold that is backed by a lifetime warranty and a large capacity anodized aluminum crankcase. To withstand the wear and tear that comes with operating at high pressures, these pumps use heavy duty crankcase bearings. They also use forged valve caps with recessed O-rings to protect the pump against high pressure ratings.

There are several different direct drive models produced by Legacy Pumps with each one having their own specific power supplies and power ratings. The GE series pumps can produce between 2000 to 2500 PSI at a flow rate of 2 to 3.5 gallons while the GG series produces a higher flow rate at 3 to 4


Legacy HD Pumps

gallons at 3000 to 3500 PSI. Finally, the GS series is the most powerful of the direct drive models with flow rates of 3 to 5 gallons per minute and producing a maximum PSI of 4000. These pumps have engines that range from 5 to 12 horsepower and weigh in around 17 to 25 pounds.

Legacy pumps also produce belt drive pumps such as the GD series which comes equipped with either a 5 or 9 HP Honda engine and produce a flow rate of 3 to 4 gallons per minute. They produce 2000 to 3000 PSI which is the ideal pressure for power washing units. For medium duty pumps, the GM series is the ideal choice. These pumps are capable of producing 3 to 5.6 gallons per minute at 3000 to 4000 PSI using a 7.5 to 13.5 HP engine.

When you need a lot of water at some extremely high pressure then the Legacy pumps GX series is the equipment for you. These pumps come equipped with a 16.5 HP Honda engine that can produce remarkable flow rates of 8 or 10.6 gallons per minute at either 2500 or 3000 PSI. That’s a lot of water in a little amount of time.

Most owners of pressure washing units are always on the look-out for ways to maximize its power without spending excessive amounts of money. If you’re one of those people, than any of the Legacy pumps available today might be the ideal choice for you.


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