How They Work
Pressure washers work by pumping high pressured water or wet steam output to walls and floors that blast away almost all kinds of stains and impurities from the surface. Such a powerful output can remove virtually any type of graffiti regardless of the type of material used. In addition, Daimer®, a leading distributor of cleaning equipment, offers green cleaning solutions for graffiti removal in addition to a line of advanced pressure washers. The Eco-Green® Graffiti Remover solution helps in eliminating graffiti without damaging the surface.
The following are some tips to select the best pressure washers for cleaning up walls and floors.
For any pressure washing machine, one of the most important specifications is the pressure level. The higher the pressure level, the more powerful the machine becomes. Pressure levels range from 750 psi to 8000 psi. Machines with medium range pressure levels are suitable for graffiti removal.
In addition, output temperature is an important specification. Some pressure washers give both hot water and cold water outputs, while some other machines are tri-mode machines that offer hot and cold water outputs as well as steam. One such machine is the Super Max™ 12860. This machine offers pressure levels of 3000 psi, a flow rate of 5.0 GPM, and tri-mode capabilities for a range of cleaning projects. The steam output has a temperature of 330°F and is the most effective in removing graffiti.
Flow rate is another important specification. In most machines, the higher the pressure level, the higher the flow rate. However, if there is a lack of drainage near the facility, then one might need a high pressure washing machine with a low flow rate.
Choose the Right Machine
Daimer® offers a variety of pressure washers. For further details about the machines, visit www.daimer.com.