|Flow Rate||9 L/min|
|Application||Domestic (Home | Car | Garden | Tank)|
|Power Source||Electric Motor|
|Motor Phase||Single Phase|
|Is It Portable||Portable|
|Hose Length||10 Metre|
Pressure washers use a gas engine or an electric motor to power a pump, which forces water at high pressure through a concentrating nozzle to quickly blast away accumulated grime on surfaces such as decks, driveways, and patios.Get Best Price of Eastman EIPW-23100 Industrial Pressure Washer.
Main Parts included with pressure washer-
- Water inlet: A hose that connects the pressure washer to the main water supply. There”s usually a filter in the inlet to stop dirt and debris entering the washer and clogging up the works. Little bits of grit are the last thing you want inside your washer—especially since they could come blasting out of the other end at high speed!
- Electric motor or gas engine: Most smaller, pressure washers (such as the very popular ones made by Kärcher) run off the domestic electricity supply, but bigger models are powered by compact gasoline engines. The engines are similar to the ones you”d find in lawnmowers (typically power rated at around 3–4kW or 3.5–5.5HP). Gas engine models are great if you”re working outside in places where an electricity supply is hard to find (or where a long trailing cable would be dangerous or inconvenient). The motor or engine is designed to power the water pump.
- Water pump: This is the heart of a pressure washer. It”s a bit like a hand-operated ground-water pump—only it”s driven at high speed by the electric motor (or gas engine) instead of your hand. When the engine pulls the pump one way, it sucks water in from the faucet; when it pushes the pump the other way, the water squirts out in a high-pressure jet. Pumps are designed to handle a water flow of around 4–8 liters (1–2 gallons) per minute.
- High-pressure hose: This is the tube that runs out from the washer to whatever cleaning attachment you”ve decided to use. An ordinary bit of tubing wouldn”t be able to survive the high-pressure of the water flowing through it. High-pressure hose is reinforced with wire mesh and has two or more layers of high-density plastic. It”s important to use hose that has a higher pressure rating than the pump in your pressure washer but, if your washer came with your own hose, there shouldn”t be anything to worry about. Typically, the safety margin on pressure-washer hoses is about 300 percent, so if your washer is rated at 2000 psi, your hose should be able to withstand pressures of at least 6000 psi.
- Cleaning attachment: Depending on what you”re cleaning, you can switch from a simple trigger gun (essentially just a valve that lets water through only when you squeeze the handle) to a spinning wand spray or a rotating brush to scrub your drive. Powered attachments are driven by the force of the water flowing through them.