A pressure washer does so by utilizing an electric or gasoline-powered engine to run a highly efficient pump. This pump acts as a compressor and allows the pressure washer to output a concentrated and pressurized stream of water. After running through the pump, the water exits the pressure washer via a hose connected to a long handle that the user controls.
A trigger allows the user to spray the pressurized stream in short bursts, or in a continuous spray. The stream’s intensity can be varied on most pressure washers and is very effective at removing surface grime and dirt.
WAXIE has a wide selection of commercial grade, heavy-duty, high pressure cleaning systems with models available that can produce both hot water and cold water output for optimum cleaning efficiency. At the same time they provide the dependability and performance for even the toughest job. No job is too large or too small, as WAXIE has dozens of pressure washers available to match up the perfect machine for the specific cleaning task and budget requirement.
Need to recover the water from your high pressure cleaning system? WAXIE offers the industry’s most state-of-the-art reclaim and filtration system available. A system that has been designed specifically for us with pressure washers. The Signature Series Water Reclaim System can be connected to an existing pressure washer, either portable truck or trailer mounted, or it can be designed into a fully self-containing rolling trailer system.
When it comes to the removal of grease, gum and grime, nothing can outperform a WAXIE high pressure cleaning system.
WAXIE has the solutions to meet and exceed your high pressure cleaning needs.
Need to remove grease, gum or grime? Hot water cleans faster and deeper than cold water and is especially effective. Hot water pressure washers typically generate a spray of 180°F or higher. While even hotter water is sometimes required (steam), it has been proven that hot water, under pressure, cleans faster and better than steam (low pressure).
Pressure washing with cold water is adequate for some applications. Light-duty cleaning, rinse down work, etc. Hot water will always clean faster, especially where greasy and oily surfaces must be cleaned. The addition of high quality cleaning detergents, which have been formulated especially for pressure washers, will enhance cold water cleaning dramatically.
If you’re operating a pressure washer outdoors, all pressure washers will work for you, including those that run on fuels such as gasoline or diesel. Consequently, your decision making can focus on fuel availability, portability, durability and price. Electrically powered machines do not generally work well in exterior environments.
If you’re operating a pressure washer indoors you may be limited to electrically powered units that use only electricity, natural gas or LP (propane) to heat the water. There are many hot and cold water models that can be operated indoors. Another option for indoor cleaning is to operate a pressure washer outdoors and run the hose indoors.