Hot Water Electric and Gas TR Series


Durable liquid propane pressure washers are designed for use where optimum cleaning power and L.P. and natural gas independence are a must. Units come complete with adjustable variable water volume, adjustable thermostat and pressure pop off, and chemical injection. The TR Series is ideal for use in the harshest of cleaning environments. This pressure washer is equipped with an automatic purging of the overheated water to protect the pump (thermal relief). Please remember all hot water machines must be properly vented if operated indoors.


Our exclusive powerwasher enhancing your job productivity.

Natural Gas Fired Pressure Washer
Model 3000TRDH

Natural Gas Fired Pressure Cleaner
Model 2000TRLE

Power Washer features:
  • Gas and diesel powered models are fully portable, no electricity required, equipped with 12 Volt oil fired burner
  • Electric Ignition
  • Triplex plunger pump with ceramic plungers and stainless steel valves
  • Thermal relief valve
  • Chemical Injection
  • 40' Pressure hose
  • Trigger Gun
  • Adjustable pressure
  • Adjustable thermostat and pressure pop-off
  • Dual wand with side handle and detergent tip
  • Quick change tips in 0°, 15°, 25°, 40° soap tip
  • Totally enclosed motor
  • Powder coated frame
  • Schedule 80 coil with stainless cold wrap
  • Burners are designed to acupters
  • 140°F rise in temperature
  • Look for optional accessories like the swivel hose reel that mounts to the frame
  • Dimensions: 57"x28"x42"
Technical Specifications
Liquid Propane Burner
Natural Gas Burner
Diesel Burner

*** All electric models shown are available in Three phase upon request ***

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Pressure Washer Burner

Pressure Washer Burners

Large selection of pressure washer burners that produces hot water for your machine. Powdercoated frames, stainless steel coil wrap, adjustable thermostat, forced air burners..


GFCI Cords and Plugs

From: $114.80
GFCI's protect people and equipment by interrupting potentially lethal ground circuits exceeding 6mA. The dangers of electrical shocks have been long known - GFCI's are the only real way to be safe. Most city & county codes now require GFCI protection on power cleaning equipment.

Consumers should not use "adapter plugs" to connect the three-wire plug to a two-prong household receptacle without properly grounding the adapter plug. Learn more about ground fault current interrupters.