All these advantages make electric pressure washers attractive to many potential buyers. However, features and specifications must also be considered before purchasing an electric pressure washing machine. The following advice will help in deciding which machine is best for you.
All Electric or Partially Electric?
There are two types of electric pressure washers: those both powered and heated by electricity and those powered by electricity, but heated by fuel. Both systems offer safer use due to limited or no exhaust production. However, if a fuel powered machine is necessary, as in areas where electricity is not available, Daimer® offers Long Hose Technology that helps operators reach up to 300 feet away without moving the machine. This means the pressure cleaner can be left outside, where there is adequate ventilation, while the work is completed indoors.
Features and Specifications
It is important to consider both pressure level and temperature settings when purchasing a machine. Light cleaning jobs can be completed with non-heated machines and moderate pressure levels. However, for industrial degreasing jobs, steam pressure washers with temperatures up to 330°F are ideal. Tri-mode machines, such as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 7000 powered by electricity and heated by fuel, are the most versatile and are capable of acting as cold water, hot water, and steam pressure washers. Daimer® offers many of their machines with low flow rates, which are useful for indoor areas with little drainage. For stubborn cleaning applications, try Daimer®’s Eco-Green® line of green cleaners. They are safe, non-toxic alternatives to harmful chemicals.
Daimer®, a premier distributor of cleaning machines, offers a large selection of pressure cleaners for commercial and industrial cleaning. Further details about these machines can be found at www.daimer.com.