Monday, January 25, 2010
by Lauren Zwiebel
One way to determine the power of pressure washers is to look at their temperature options. Reputable distributors like Daimer® now offer an exciting range of pressure cleaning machines that utilize cold water, hot water, or steam to accomplish the cleaning process. To handle highly challenging cleaning jobs, heated versions of pressure cleaning equipment is recommended. Since such power cleaners eject hot water or steam at high temperatures, they are extremely effective in dissolving and removing dirt, grime, stains, oil, and grease from different surfaces.
Choosing heated versions of pressure washers are a good idea especially when you need to clean greasy industrial surfaces in food manufacturing plants. Power cleaners that eject cold water are often unsuitable for such situations. The cold water will change the greasy deposits into clumps that can be very difficult to clean unless a degreasing chemical is used as well, like Eco-Green® Ultra-Power™ Degreaser. On the other hand, the hot water or steam generated by heated models of pressure washers will almost instantly dissolve greasy deposits, enabling the machine to easily blast these deposits away.
The Super Max™ 12800 is among the top selling models of Daimer®'s pressure washers. This trailer-mountable, tri-mode pressure cleaner can generate cold water, hot water, or steam, enabling users to tack virtually every cleaning application. With a moderate flow rate of 2 GPM, high steam temperatures reaching up to 330°F, and a moderate pressure level of 1000 PSI, the Super Max™ 12800 can effectively eliminate stains and grease from various surfaces like stone, brick, floors, stainless steel, stone, driveways, sidewalks, and industrial equipment.
To learn more about the amazing power of hot water pressure washers for degreasing applications, check out the wide range of pressure cleaning machines at www.daimer.com.