Benefits of a Hot Water Blaster
Hot water pressure washers deliver the best cleaning results. They are the most efficient and effective at removing grease, oil and grime.
THE POWER OF HEAT
The cleaning of a surface depends on agitation, soap and heat. With heat being a cleaning power multiplier. A hot water pressure washer has an unsurpassed ability to clean the toughest grease and grime from heavy equipment, garages, parking lots and buildings.
WHEN TO USE HOT WATER UNIT
For many jobs, such as cleaning off dirt, algae, or stripping off paint, a cold water machine will do the job. However, if you are planning to clean machinery, engine parts or anything else with grease and oil then a hot water machine will be needed.
HOW THE WATER IS HEATED
Like all pressure washers, water is fed into the pump. The pump then pressurizes the water and forces it through the heating coil. Diesel is sprayed and then ignited, creating a fire that burns in the middle of the coil. The design of the system rapidly brings the temperature of the water up to 93°C (200°F) before exiting through the wand.
It is important to understand that cold water is fed into the pump, and it is heated afterwards. Unless specifically told otherwise by the manufacturer, never send hot water into a pressure pump because this will cause it to overheat and cause premature failures.
Every piece of machinery in this industry is working in the fields rain or shine. After a season of hard work these machines need to be cleaned as part of their maintenance schedule. Hot water pressure washers rapidly and effectively remove layers of dirt, grease and grime. Because of this a Hot Water Blaster is also great for cleaning down the milking sheds.