Friday, February 18, 2011

Why You Should Use Pressure Washer Equipment on Agricultural Equipment

Pressure washer equipment is often used to tackle very tough cleaning activities like heavy degreasing. They are also the best choice when it comes to cleaning agricultural equipment. Today, the majority of farm and agricultural work has become mechanized to keep up with changing times and rising demands. Apart from that, more advanced machines have taken the place of agricultural tools that have now become obsolete. In order to ensure these expensive farming machines work at their optimum levels and last for years, they need to be cleaned on a regular basis. Pressure washer equipment is best suited for these kinds of cleaning jobs.

Daimer® understands the unique challenges of cleaning agricultural equipment. Many of these machines are huge in size and this thorough cleaning can only be done using pressure washer equipment. Such equipment will complete the task effectively and quickly. Many units are available in fuel-powered options, which is convenient when it comes to cleaning machines that are always used outdoors. Such machines as the Super Max™ 12500 GE is powered by gasoline and features pressure levels of 3000 psi and steam temperatures up to 330°F. These pressure washers are tri-mode machines, including cold water, hot water and steam pressure washing modes. The cold water mode will be sufficient to remove debris like dust and husk deposits. The hot water and steam pressure washer equipment may be more suited to other tasks like removing dry, sticky mud, oil, and grease deposits.

Daimer®’s Super Max™ pressure washers come in varying pressure levels and water flow rates. This is useful, particularly when cleaning machines may be sensitive to strong pressure levels. Machines with lower water flow rates can be used in areas where water drainage may be in issue. 

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Pressure Washer Equipment for Cleaning Streets, Sidewalks, and Public Grounds

Pressure washer equipment may be categorized into heated and non-heated machines. Power washers with a heating mechanism are capable of generating high temperatures ideal for washing away grease, dirt, and even graffiti. There are various power methods available, including both electric powered and fuel powered machines that run on gasoline, propane, diesel, and even jet fuel. Fuel powered machines are suitable for use in outdoor areas where electricity is not available. The Super Max™ 12500 GE, with 3000 psi pressure level and temperature of 330°F, is the ideal pressure washer equipment for cleaning large areas. The Super Max™ 12500 DE offers similar pressure levels and temperature, but with a diesel engine. Both these machines are trailer mountable for covering large tracts of sidewalks, roadways, and public grounds, often running into several miles.

If you want to save on costs or fuel charges, buy non-heated pressure washer equipment. Daimer®’s cold-water pressure washers are powerful machines with high-pressure levels and flow rates. The strong spray emitted from the nozzle washes away most dirt from concrete, stone, metal, granite and paved/tiled surfaces. The Super Max™ 8900C-640 runs on gas and offers pressure levels of 3000 psi while the Super Max™ 8720 is an electric machine with a pressure level of 2000 psi.