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.