Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Gas Powered Pressure Washer Equipment for Cleaning on the Go!

Many models of pressure washer equipment are used to tackle an array of indoor cleaning jobs. In commercial and certain industrial areas, electrically-powered stationary pressure washing machines are used to clean things like machinery or even to wash down the floors. Some cleaning jobs may have special requirements. For instance, tasks like removing graffiti or cleaning agricultural equipment may require pressure washer equipment that is portable and can run efficiently without electricity. In these cases, gas powered pressure washer equipment is an ideal option.

Daimer® understands that a large number of outdoor cleaning tasks require the cleaning technology of pressure washer equipment. Instead of relying on harsh chemical cleaning agents, these units use the power of pressurized water to forcibly lift and wash away different kinds of dirt and debris. However, some areas may not have ready access to electricity supply or may simply have to cover a lot of ground. In these cases, gas-powered pressure washers, such as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 12500 GE, are ideal since they allow the user to move around freely while working. This model, along with many others, can also be used as cold water, hot water and steam pressure washing machines. They offer formidable pressure levels and water flow rates to deal with the toughest kinds of cleaning jobs.

Gas powered pressure washer equipment can also be used in certain indoor locations as well. While these units do generate exhaust fumes, they can be used in areas that have proper ventilation. 

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Pressure Washer Equipment – Benefits of Electric Versions

Pressure cleaning machines powered by fuels are widely used by cleaning professionals today. However, you must be aware of the drawbacks of such power cleaners that run on fuels. For example, if you possess a pressure cleaner that runs on propane and propane is not readily available in your area, it can hinder your use. Another drawback is that fuel-powered pressure washing machines give out toxic fumes, which can prove dangerous in poorly ventilated areas. For this reason, more people are now turning to electric-powered pressure washer equipment. Here is a look at the benefits of these electric pressure washers.

The presence of fuel tanks makes fuel-powered versions large and heavy. On the other hand, pressure washer equipment powered by electricity is light-weight, compact and portable. Electric versions are also eco-friendly since they do not emit toxic fumes and operate with less noise. Best of all, quality built electric-powered pressure cleaners from Daimer® do not incur huge maintenance costs.

Daimer® presents advanced models of pressure washer equipment such as the Super Max™ 6000 that is powered by electricity. By attaining pressure levels of 750 psi, this power cleaner simplifies tough cleaning jobs. This is also a tri-mode version that offers you the benefits of hot water power cleaner, cold water power washer and steam pressure washer equipment in a single unit. It can generate steam at high temperatures of up to 330ºF and hot water at temperatures ranging from 180ºF to 210ºF.

To enhance the cleaning action of this pressure washer equipment, you can add detergents through the siphon hose. Detergent-added water and high pressure levels combine to form a powerful cleaning force.