Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Why Pressure Washer Equipment Are Used For Airplane Maintenance

Airplane Maintenance pressure washers
Pressure washer equipment is among the most powerful cleaning systems available today. However, that is not the only reason these devices are used for airplane maintenance. Safety of the airplane body, versatility of the machines, and efficiency are just a few of the many reasons why pressure washers are the cleaning machines of choice for aviation maintenance.

Output pressure level is the most obvious indicator of the power of pressure washer equipment. The pressure levels of these systems range from 500 psi to 8000 psi. Other indicators of power include the temperature level and the flow rate. Temperature levels range up to 330°F; the higher steam temperatures are suitable for the most challenging applications. Flow rates, the measure of water flow, vary from 0.5 GPM to 7 GPM; higher flow rates translate to greater power but also greater water wastage.

The latest models of pressure washer equipment from Daimer® offer the tri-mode facility. That means one can have cold water, hot water, or steam output, depending upon the nature of the surface and the cleaning application.

If properly used, these machines are safe for both the operators and the body of the airplane. However, it is important to select high quality machines that can withstand the demands of high pressure levels and temperatures to ensure user safety, like those in Daimer's Super Max™ line.

Pressure washer equipment can quickly remove almost all types of dirt and stains, including oil stains, bird splatters, chewing gum residues, blood stains, grease marks, and other types of impurities. To find the best pressure cleaning machines for aviation maintenance, consult Daimer®. Daimer® is one of the most sought-after suppliers of cleaning machines and green chemicals for virtually every application. Daimer®, one of the most sought-after suppliers of cleaning devices, provides the best pressure washer models at present.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

A Comparative Look at Wheeled and Trailer-Mountable Pressure Washers

When purchasing pressure washer equipment for cleaning applications, one main aspect people look for is portability. This is especially true in the Trailer-Mountable Pressure Washers case of industrial cleaning jobs where vast areas are cleaned on a regular basis. There are two types of portable pressure washers available with wheeled configurations and trailer mountable models.

Wheel mounted machines from Daimer® feature components assembled into a compact design that can easily be mounted on a frame with wheels. This wheeled configuration enables you to push the pressure cleaner near the cleaning area.

Trailer-mountable versions of pressure washer equipment can be loaded onto skids or trucks, allowing the truck to transport the pressure washing machine to the area being cleaned. This is particularly beneficial in the case of heavy-duty pressure washers like the Super Max™ 12300. This 900 lb. unit, though available in a wheel-mounted configuration, can be difficult to move using wheels alone. However, since trailer-mounted models demand ample parking space for the truck adjacent to the area being cleaned, this pressure washer equipment is less versatile than ones with wheeled configurations.

Daimer®, the industry's leading provider of pressure washer equipment, offers nearly all of models in its extensive line of Super Max™ pressure washing machines in wheel-mounted or trailer-mounted configurations. To transform a machine like the Super Max™ 12300 from the wheeled configuration shown on to a trailer mounted configuration, simply remove the wheels.