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. To learn more about this and other cleaning equipment, log on to www.daimer.com.