Pressure washer equipment is well suited to the many unique cleaning challenges of airplane maintenance. Planes pick up a lot of bug spatter, dust, and different kinds of debris while flying. These can often clog crevices and even accumulate in certain areas. This can reduce the fuel efficiency of the plane, as it makes it heavier. Using conventional cleaning methods to deal with airplane cleaning can be time-consuming and may miss the debris hidden in hard-to-reach areas. A pressure washing unit can efficiently reach areas a user may not be able to reach with a mop or sponge.
Pressure washer equipment, such as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 12885 JF, is powered by either JP5 or JP8 jet fuel. To melt away substances like grime or grease, this machine reaches temperatures up to 226°F. Best of all, this cleaning can be done without relying on any kind of harsh chemical cleaning agents.