Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Benefits of Using Hot Water Pressure Washers


One main factor that determines the cleaning force of pressure washers is the available temperature options. Daimer® now brings you an amazing range of cold water, hot water, and steam based pressure cleaning machines. For challenging cleaning tasks, it is a good idea to purchase hot water or steam pressure cleaning equipment. By ejecting hot water at high temperatures, pressure cleaning machines can eliminate most dirt, grease, grime, oil, and stains from different surfaces.

Hot water pressure washers are especially handy for greasy industrial areas such as food manufacturing plants. If you use cold water based power cleaners in greasy areas, the grease deposits solidify into clumps, unless a green degreasing chemical is used in conjunction with the machine. However, the water ejected by hot water based pressure washers quickly dissolves stubborn grease deposits and washes them away. Steam temperatures, however, are the most effective in rapidly dissolving the most stubborn stains and grease deposits.

If you are interested in hot water pressure washers, the Super Max™ 12800 AST® from Daimer® is a good choice. In addition to being trailer-mountable, this tri-mode power cleaner can independently function as a cold water, hot water, and steam pressure cleaner. High steam temperature levels up to 330°F, a moderate flow rate of 2 GPM, and pressure levels of 1000 psi create a superb cleaning force that effectively eliminates grease and stains from surfaces such as brick, stone, concrete, stainless steel, floors, industrial equipment, sidewalks and driveways. The innovative AST® technology allows the pump to automatically shut off after remaining idle for over 30 seconds; this reduces unwanted wear on the machine.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

What Can Cold Water Pressure Washers Do?


What Can Cold Water Pressure Washers Do

When it comes to pressure washers, most people hear about their strong cleaning abilities by using either hot water or steam. This is because these machines are ideal for tackling jobs that involve heavy degreasing or removing hardened sedimentation. There are also many cleaning applications that do not require the additional power afforded by high temperatures. For these applications, cold water pressure washers are ideal. In fact, cold water machines have a number of benefits over other pressure washing machines.

One of the biggest advantages is price. Since cold water pressure washers do not have heating elements, the units are considerably less expensive. They are also often smaller and lighter, making them much easier to use and maneuver. These pressure washing machines are ideal for indoor use since they create no exhaust. For cleaning commercial areas and debris from floors, these cold water units generally offer sufficient cleaning power. They are also ideal for cleaning surfaces that may be sensitive to the high temperatures that hot water and steam pressure washers generate.

Daimer® recognizes the need for cold water pressure washing machines that can be used for industrial settings. In order to deal with these tough cleaning jobs, many pressure washing machines have higher pressure rates, some reaching up to 7000 psi. Coupled with water flow rates of up to 9 GPM, these machines are powerful cleaning products. For extra customer convenience, some models also come with an optional two-gun operation and wet sandblasting kit. 

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Why Tri-Mode Pressure Washers Are the Ultimate Machines


One of the key aspects that influences the cleaning force of pressure washers is the temperature level attained by the machine. The three basic versions of pressure cleaners are hot water models, cold water models, and steam models. However, there is also another class called tri-mode power washers.

Daimer®, leading distributors of quality pressure washers, now offers you the Super Max™ series of pressure cleaners. The cold water versions are appropriate for commercial cleaning applications. Since cold water power washers do not have to heat water, they feature no fuel tanks or heating elements and are thus more compact than the heated versions.

Hot water pressure washers utilize the power of pressurized water at temperatures up to 210ºF to effectively clean off grease, grime, and tough stains from a variety of surfaces. However, for the most effective cleaning results, you must have steam power cleaners that generate super-hot steam at around 330°F temperature to simultaneously clean and sanitize the different surfaces.

Tri-mode pressure washers individually function as any of the three other pressure washing versions and therefore offer you the advantages of all the three versions. In addition to its cold water functions and high pressure levels, tri-mode versions like the Super Max™ 12200 can attain hot water temperatures up to 210ºF and extremely high steam temperatures up to 330ºF.

Each power washer temperature setting has its benefits. 

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Original Pressure Washers


Pressure washers are come in many different varieties. To differentiate these machines, pressure washers are often categorized by their intended use, pressure levels, temperature levels, flow rate, power supply, and other features.

According to the power supply, there are three types of pressure cleaning equipment — electric, gas, and propane. Each has its advantages and disadvantages.

Let us discuss some benefits of gas and propane pressure cleaning equipment in comparison to electric pressure cleaning equipment.

1.Propane and gas pressure washers are ideal for cleaning jobs outside like pavements, swimming pools, trucks, gates, automobiles, equipment, and so on. These machines do not need an electric connection; therefore, these machines eliminate the need for long power cords that might be required for cleaning places where there is no power outlet in the vicinity.
2.Gas or propane pressure cleaning machines often have more powerful motors than their electric counterparts. They are ideal for cleaning hard to remove stains and dirt from outdoor surfaces like trucks and driveways that get heavily soiled with dirt and grease.
3.Gas and propane models generate exhaust, and should not be used indoors without sufficient ventilation. On the other hand, electric pressure washers produce no exhaust and are much quieter, making them ideal for interior applications.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Cold Water Pressure Washers – Powerful, Compact and Light-Weight


Cold Water Pressure Washers
Pressure washers have been designed to offer powerful cleaning solutions by ejecting highly pressurized water. Pressure cleaning machines generally consist of a motor, a hose and a trigger gun that combine to eject water at very high pressure levels. Today, you get to choose from an extensive range of pressure washers from Daimer® that offer different cleaning capabilities and temperature levels.

Cold water pressure washers like the Super Max™ 8900C-322 from Daimer® are perfect for light cleaning jobs around the business that can be accomplished without the additional power of steam or hot water. Since the water need not be heated in these cold water versions, there are no heating elements or fuel compartments. That makes these pressure washers more compact and lightweight than their heated counterparts.

If you are on the lookout for pressure cleaners that also feature the benefits of heat, it would be a good idea to purchase trailer mountable, tri-mode pressure washers like the Super Max™ 12800. A tri-mode pressure cleaner is versatile enough to independently function as a cold water pressure cleaner, hot water pressure cleaner and steam pressure cleaner. The power of heat, pressure levels of 1000 PSI and high flow rate of 2 GPM allow you to effectively eliminate grease, dirt and stubborn stains from a variety of surfaces like stainless steel, brick, concrete, stone, sidewalks, driveways, industrial equipment and floors.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Choosing the Right Power Method for You


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Pressure washers are one of the most powerful types of cleaning equipment. There are certain types of cleaning work other types of cleaning devices, such as steam cleaners and carpet cleaners, are not suitable. For example, to remove stain marks and dirt from hard surfaces such as walkways, compound walls, and concrete benches, it is necessary to have a pressure washer with both a high temperature and pressure output, as steam cleaners and carpet cleaners do not offer sufficient power.

Pressure washers can be classified in many ways. One useful standard is based on the energy source. Normally, three types of power are used in these devices: electricity, propane, and gasoline. For outdoor cleaning applications, an elect rical source may not be readily available. Therefore, propane or gasoline is used as the energy source in a majority of mobile, exterior pressure washers. These gases can be stored in a cylinder and refilled when required.

Another advantage of gas-powered pressure washer equipment is that these devices can produce very high pressure and temperature levels. Some of the latest pressure washers supplied by Daimer®, one of the most popular distributors of cleaning equipment, can provide pressure levels up to 8000 psi and a flow rate of up to seven gallons per minute. Gasoline and propane are used as fuels in such high-powered cleaning devices.

In addition, gas-powered cleaning machines allow continuous working, as these are not affected by power cuts or electrical failure. 

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Pressure Washer Options Available


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Industrial houses, factory buildings, and offices should have a clean and neat appearance. Otherwise it would affect the overall corporate image of the organization. To ensure proper maintenance, pressure washers can be used for the effective removal of stain marks, blots, and dirt from the walls of buildings and exterior surfaces like compound walls and concrete roads.

A number of organizations use pressure washers to maintain the look of their buildings and premises. If you are on the market for such a machine, consider those machines that sport the Daimer® logo. The company supplies a number of pressure washers and other types of cleaning devices, most of which are market leaders in their respective categories.

For commercial applications, that is, for industrial houses and business organizations – the Super Max™ products are the most suitable. There are more than 600 models in this product range. Pressure washers in this series are specifically designed to last long and function efficiently. These compact-looking devices are built using components with high quality and durability.

Some models, for example the Super Max™ 6000, which is very popular with corporate customers, have facilities for three modes of washing: 1) using cold water, 2) using hot water, and 3) using steam. That means a single machine allows for different kinds of washing solutions for different kinds of surfaces and applications.

Pressure washers in this series are designed to meet the needs of virtually all users. Mobile, stationary, trailer mounted, gas powered, propane powered, electric powered, wet sandblasting, metal pre-treating, and many other configurations are available. 

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

How Pressure Washers Can Help With Metal Surface Pre-Treatment


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The cleaning power of pressure washers can also extends to the pre-treatment of metal surfaces, with the right equipment. There are certain pressure washer models that are suited for phosphatizing metal surfaces; this is a process of treating the metal to prevent things like rust and corrosive build-up. This process is also used to treat the metal so that paints and primers can readily adhere to the surface. The Super Max® 15400 AF from Daimer® offers this feature along with a number of other options, making it a truly versatile machine.

The Super Max™ 15000 AF series is a line of stationary pressure washers that offer steam, hot water and cold water pressure washing features. Its steam temperatures can go up to 330º F while it features lower pressure levels of around 700 psi. These units have a flow rate that is approximately 3 GPM. When in hot water mode, these machines can reach temperatures between 180 º F and 220 º F.

Its phosphatizing system uses a downward injection; this means that the chemicals used only come into contact with the nozzle, trigger gun, wand, injector and hose. This gives the user greater control; these particular components are also easy to protect from corrosion. These pressure washers also have a dual lance with a high pressure and low pressure nozzle. A crossover valve controls the water flow to these nozzles.

These pressure washers also come with an optional multi-gun feature as well as an optional wet sandblasting kit. 

Friday, May 29, 2009

Super Max ® 12860 AST


For commercial and industrial cleaning projects, the Super Max ® 12860 AST offers a range of features that make it ideal for tough cleaning jobs. For one thing, it’s durable and powerful - the machine is run on a 10 HP NEMA engine. This makes it a great cleaning tool for tackling some of the toughest stains and dirt deposits. Another great feature of this cleaning unit is its versatility - these pressure washers can be used as hot water, cold water and steam pressure washers. They also have an optional wet sandblasting kit available as well.

The Super Max ® 12860 AST from Daimer ® operates at a pressure rate of 3000 psi and a flow rate of 5 GPM. It can reach steam temperatures of up to 330º F and operates on a continuous use basis. This line of pressure washers also comes with a special technology called AST® or Automatic Shutoff Technology®. This is the only technology of its kind in the world and works to increase the life span and durability of these pressure washers.

The Automatic Shutoff Technology® refers to a specialized system that will automatically shut off the pump and motor if the trigger is used for 30 seconds. Apart from reducing the wear on the parts of the machine, this technology also goes a long way in reducing water and fuel bills. To restart the machine, the user simply needs to squeeze the trigger of the gun - there’s no need to go all the way back to the machine to start it again. Visit to learn more about the variety of cleaning equipment and pressure washers Daimer® offers.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Pressure Washers With An Added Convenience!


There is no question about the great cleaning power of pressure washers. These machines offer some of the most effective cleaning power, making them an ideal choice for dealing with the toughest dirt deposits. However, this optimum pressure washing machine does seem to have a price. Several conventional pressure washers tend to burn out and their parts need frequent replacement. This is where the Super Max® 8720 AST® provides a much-needed solution. These pressure washers literally look after themselves!

The Super Max® 8720 AST® line of pressure washers from Daimer® comes equipped with a technology known as Automatic Shutoff Technology®. When this system is engaged, it will automatically turn off the motor and the pump of the machine, in case the gun is not used for 30 seconds. Not only does this protect the machine from wear and tear, it can also help you save electricity and water consumption. Best of all, the user does not need to go all the way to the machine to turn it on. They simply have to activate the trigger.

These washers also come with a number of handy options like; wet sandblasting and multi-gun operation feature. These machines are portable, making them ideal for cleaning projects that do not have ready access to an electrical outlet. You can learn more about these pressure washers, as well as a host of other products by visiting

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

How Pressure Washers Can Help With Metal Surface Pre-Treatment


Gas Pressure Washers
One of the many uses of pressure washers is the ability to pre-treat different metal surfaces. If you’re looking for a system that gives you the added convenience of being mobile as well, the Super Max ® 12500 GE AF is a great choice. This machine by Daimer® runs on an 18 HP gasoline engine which makes it ideal for areas that don’t have ready access to an electricity supply. These pressure washers are propane-heated and are suited for commercial and industrial use.

These pressure washers also come equipped with the Daimer® phosphatizing system. This is used to pre-treat and prepare metal surfaces for the application of powder coatings or paint primers. Apart from that, this pre-treatment system also prevents the onset of rust or corrosion. The system operates using a downstream injection, which minimizes chemical contact. Its parts are made from durable stainless steel to prevent corrosion. The system operates using a single gun that has two different nozzles, one for high-pressure and one for low pressure. A crossover valve allows you to control the water flow in either nozzle. These pressure washers also come with an optional two-gun feature as well as a mobile configuration.

Apart from pre-treating metal surfaces, these pressure washers are also ideal for rugged cleaning needs. They operate using a flow rate of five gallons per minute and have a pressure rate of up to 3000 psi. They can also reach a temperature of up to 330º F. You can get more information on these washers and other cleaning machines by visiting .

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Super Max ® 12860


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Daimer Industries, the leading provider and manufacturer of pressure washer, virtually have every product to meet yourcleaning needs. Keeping in line with their tradition of innovative and advanced products is another revolutionary machine-the tri-mode Super Max ® 12860 pressure washer. The Super Max ® 12860 pressure washers are designed to meet all of your commercial and industrial needs and are equipped with tri-mode function. This function enables these pressure washers towork independently as hot water, cold water or steam pressure washers. The high flow rate of 5 GPM makes them competent and gives them an edge over their competitors. To add up to its utility list, this machine offers a higher-pressure 3000 psi as in comparison to the Super Max ® 12840.

In addition to its variable temperature options, the Super Max ® 12860 also features variable heating methods of diesels, kerosene, or oil and is trailer mountable. These pressure washers are ideal for difficult applications and the most demanding customers. For those requiring a powerful system, this machine is designed to clean oil, grease, and the most rigid stains. As such, the Super Max ® 12860 is designed to meet the requirements and the expectations of customers worldwide.

With high effectiveness and efficiency, the Super Max ® 12860 pressure washers definitely should be on the wish list of every industrial and commercial user.

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Friday, March 13, 2009

Super Max ® 12200 AF


Super Max ® 12200 AF
Daimer ® offers a wide variety of pressure washers to suite virtually any commercial or industrial applications. These applications range from standard pressure washing to steam pressure washing to wet sandblasting to pre-treating metal surfaces, all with Daimer®’s Super Max ® pressure washers. One of these powerful pressure washers is the Super Max ® 12200 AF, a powerful machine designed for the pre-treating of metal surfaces.

The Super Max ® 12200 AF pressure washers come standard with a powerful pressure level of 2000 psi with a flow rate of 4 GPM. As such, powered by a 5 HP NEMA electric engine, these pressure washers provide users with power while offering additional functionality as a triple mode unit; capable of being used independently as steam, hot water, and cold water pressure washers.

But, the most beneficial feature with the Super Max ® 12200 AF pressure washers is Daimer®’s outstanding phosphatizing kit. This phosphatizing system, created specifically for use with Daimer®’s pressure washers, is designed for pre-treating metal surfaces for rust and corrosion prevention and to prepare these surfaces for the subsequent application of powder coating or paint primer.

As you can see, with Daimer®’s pressure washers, users get more than just power. To read about the various options available with the Super Max ® 12200 AF and other pressure washers by Daimer ®, visit

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Super Max ® 15700


The Super Max ® 15700 is one of the triple-function, commercial/industrial, stationary pressure washers offered by Daimer. The triple-mode functionality allows these pressure washers to be used independently as hot water, cold water, or steam pressure washers. For added versatility, the Super Max ® 15700 can be heated by the following variable heating options: no. 1 or no. 2 heating oil, diesel, kerosene, natural gas, or propane.

For industrial or commercial facilities that require the permanent addition of pressure washers, the Super Max ® 15700 is ideal. Powered by a 5 HP NEMA engine, the 15700 pressure washers offer strong pressure levels reaching 1500 psi at a flow rate of an astounding 5 GPM. And that's not all. The 15700 pressure washers come standard with a 3' durable trigger wand featuring quick disconnect, an all-around wand for most commercial and industrial applications.

As with all of Daimer®’s pressure washers, the 15700 is comprised of only the highest quality components, from its powder-coated, high-gloss, chemical/chip resistant steel housing to schedule 80 heavy duty heating coil which can convert cold water to hot in only 30 seconds. And, speaking of temperature, the Super Max ® 15700 can reach astounding steam temperatures as high as 330 ºF.

To learn more about the most rugged stationary pressure washers in the industry, visit

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Daimer ® Super Max ® 12300 AST


Many commercial and industrial users of pressure washers face applications requiring continuous use, often for great lengths of time. However, many pressure washers on the market can overheat when left on. However, this is not the case with Daimer®’s Super Max ® AST ® series pressure washers. As with all Super Max ® AST ® pressure washers, the Super Max ® 12300 AST ® features Daimer®’s exclusive AST ® Technology. AST ® stands for Advanced Shutoff Technology ®.

This proprietary system works effectively to prevent these pressure washers from overheating when engaged. This action alone prolongs the life of these pressure washers. When engaged, the AST ® function shuts off the motor and pump after 30 seconds of inactivity when the trigger gun is not in use. When the operator squeezes the trigger gun again, the pump and motor start up. This shutoff feature is especially valuable for users who use long hoses and it would not be functional for them to go back to turn off the machine for every break.

The Super Max ® 12300 AST ® is a powerful, triple-function pressure washer. As such, it is capable of being used individually as hot water, cold water, and steam pressure washers. This commanding machine offers one of the highest pressure levels in the AST ® series, up to 3000 psi, with an astounding flow rate of 5 GPM.

With a robust 10.0 HP NEMA motor, these highly powerful pressure washers are ideal for virtually any commercial or industrial pressure washing application requiring a durable machine with extreme power.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Super Max ® 9000 WS


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Sandblasting, the process of removing paint and rust from metal surfaces, is an essential task in many industrial settings. However, it is important for users to choose between two methods: compressed air sandblasting and wet sandblasting. Compressed air sandblasting is effective, but can often contaminate businesses with dust. Workers using compressed air sand blasters must also wear a complete protective suit. Wet sandblasting is just as effective but will not contaminate businesses. Additionally, wet sandblasting is much safer. So when it comes down to making the decision as to which form of sandblasting to choose, choose wet sandblasting.

The Super Max ® 9000 WS is one of Daimer®’s wet sand blaster pressure washers. While normal pressure washers can remove dirt, grease, oil, and other substances from metal surfaces, the Super Max ® 9000 WS pressure washers will actually remove a layer of material from the surface. This is essential in removing paint layers, corrosion, rust, and heavy deposits from metal surfaces, returning these surfaces to bare, shiny metal.

The Super Max ® 9000 WS offers intermediate pressure levels (1500 psi) and flow rate (2.8 GPM). And can reach high steam temperatures up to 250ºF. The Super Max ® 9000 WS is a highly versatile pressure washer, as it can be used as a cold water, hot water, steam, and wet sand blaster pressure washer. Users also have the ability to choose amongst the following additional options: trailer mounting and two gun operation configurations.

These wet sand blaster pressure washers can be used with a variety of sand grit medias and sizes. Users can choose among baking soda, tiny plastic pellets, and more. For more abrasive wet sandblasting, choose a larger grit.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Super Max 12800AF


Many industries require the pre-treatment of metal surfaces. The most efficient method of which is phosphatizing or acid feed, a method of metal pre-treatment to prepare surfaces for paint primer, paint, and powder coating.

The Super Max 12800AF is just one of Daimer®’s powerful phosphatizing pressure washers. These acid feed pressure washers use downstream injection, the most common method for injecting acids and solvents. The chemicals used only come into contact with the injector, trigger gun, wand, nozzle, and high pressure hose. This eliminates the exposure of other components of the machine to the injected acids, thus prolonging the life of these pressure washers.

Some may ask why it is essential to pre-treat metal surfaces with phosphatizing pressure washers. The use of acid feed pressure washers in pre-treatment is important to ensure the paint or powder-coated finish is flawless and shows no defects. Other pressure washers cannot come close to the phosphatizing power of Daimer®’s acid feed pressure washers. And users can experience versatility, as the AF series pressure washers have the option to be purchased with the wet sandblasting system and multi-user configurations.

The Super Max 12800AF pressure washers are designed with only the highest quality, stainless steel components, adding durability to the power of this machine. These pressure washers are ideal for users that require moderate power for their metal pre-treatment applications, as the 12800AF offers moderate pressure levels of 1000 psi and flow rates of 2 GPM. These pressure washers can be ordered in both non-wheeled and wheeled configurations to better suit the applications of each user.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Super Max® 6120SCW


The NEW Super-Max® 6120SCW is one of Daimer®’s steam pressure washers designed for use in auto detailing and mobile car wash applications. These powerful pressure washers boast immense pressure levels of 1000 psi and high steam temperatures up to 300ºF, but with a low flow rate of only .5 GPM. As such, these low-moisture pressure washers are designed to clean vehicles effectively without harming vehicle surfaces.

The 6120SCW pressure washers can be used for a number of auto detailing applications, including: cleaning engines, cleaning vehicle exteriors, and melting snow and ice. These pressure washers will effectively remove dirt, mud, bugs, tar, grease, brake dust, salt, tree sap, oil, and more from virtually all vehicle surfaces.

These low-moisture pressure washers come standard with an 8” trigger wand for up-close cleaning and a 3’ trigger wand for all other pressure washing applications. And, each of these wands is very durable.

Best of all, users do not have to risk damage to their cars or other vehicles. Other pressure washers with high flow rates produce large amounts of waste, making them highly inefficient for cleaning vehicles. And dry vapor cleaners require continuous wiping which can lead to scratching the paint. The Super Max® 6120SCW pressure washers are the only alternative in the industry for the most powerful and most efficient machine for car and auto detailing.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Super Max® 15200


The Super Max® 15200 is one of Daimer Industries’ commercial/industrial stationary pressure washers. This powerful electric machine offers a variety of heating methods, including: natural gas, propane, kerosene, diesel or heating oil. Adding to this versatility, the 15200 offers a triple-use feature, capable of being used independently as a steam, cold water and hot water pressure washer. With the added continuous use feature, the Super Max® 15200 is one of the most resourceful pressure washers available.

Boasting a pressure of 1000 psi and flow rate of 2 GPM, the Super Max® 15200 is the introductory model in Daimer’s line of robust and durable stationary pressure washers. While other pressure washers on the market are made up of lower quality parts, the Super Max® 15200 is comprised of schedule 80 heavy duty heating coils and high quality, powder-coated, high gloss steel housing.

Adding to the cleaning power of the 15200 pressure washers, these machines come standard with chemical injection at high pressure. This allows users to add cleaning chemicals to heighten the cleaning capabilities and to adapt the pressure washer to special applications.

In purchasing any of Daimer’s pressure washers, our customers can be certain their pressure washers are capable of withstanding even the toughest and most demanding challenges and applications. The Super Max® 15200 is no different. The 15200 series pressure washers are ideal for industrial facilities that require the addition of a permanent pressure washing machine, but that do not require ultra-high flow rates or pressures.