However, when it comes to removing heavy layers of grease, a heated pressure washer is recommended. Hot water is the most inexpensive degreaser. Heat melts the grease, which is then washed away with water. In addition to grease, Daimer®’s industrial and commercial pressure washers remove wax, paint, graffiti, oil-based chemicals, emulsions, varnish, and similar materials from hard surfaces.
Daimer® offers different types of pressure washing machines for degreasing. The Super Max™ 7000 is an electric machine with temperatures as high as 330°F and pressure levels of 1000 psi, suitable for car wash services. The Super Max™ 12300 is one of Daimer®’s powerful mobile electric pressure washers. It features pressure levels as high as 3000 psi and tri-mode capabilities with steam temperatures up to 330°F.
Daimer® also sells low-flow pressure washers that use minimal water but remove the most difficult grease, stains, and dirt. Such machines as the Super Max™ 6120SCW have flow rates as low as 0.5 GPM, and moderate pressure levels of 1000 psi. The high steam temperature (up to 310°F) and high pressure levels provide a powerful degreasing combination.