Thursday, November 17, 2011

Pressure Washer Equipment - the Right Choice for Aviation Maintenance

The cleaning demands posed by airplanes are entirely different are entirely different from common vehicle cleaning. Using high-grade steam power cleaners and green chemicals will get a vehicle clean relatively quick. Airplanes, however, are considerably more difficult to clean, primarily due to the dust, grime, and dirt accumulated during long flights. Scrubbing, washing, and wiping are outdated cleaning techniques that are no longer practical when you need airplanes clean and gleaming in a couple of hours. To manage such challenging tasks, opt for powerful pressure washer equipment from Daimer®’s Super Max™ series.

The Super Max™ range of pressure cleaning machines from Daimer®, including the Super Max™ 12885 JF, is robustly constructed and durable enough to survive rough use for years. Good-quality, stainless-steel components ensure the reliability you need while working long hours on maintaining airplanes.

Until the launch of pressure washer equipment, cleaning professionals used steam cleaning systems for aviation maintenance jobs. However, these steam cleaners were not actually suitable for such tasks. The main drawback was the lack of pressure levels require for such heavy duty cleaning. Because pressure washer equipment features high pressure levels and high flow rates, these machines are perfect for maintaining huge airplanes.

The Super Max™ 12500 JF is an excellent choice for dealing with aviation maintenance activities. With pressure levels of 3500 psi and high steam temperatures of 226ºF, this pressure washer equipment efficiently dissolves and cleans off grease, dirt, grime, and other tough deposits accumulated on various parts of the airplane. Thanks to the tri-mode capabilities, these versatile power cleaners can generate cold water, hot water, or steam to meet your specific needs.