Pressure washer doesn't mind dirty work
Aug 1, 2002 12:00 PM
The Hotsy Corp's new hot-water pressure washer is designed for construction, mining, and off-road vehicle cleaning.
Model 5645 provides cleaning power of six gallons per minute of water at 3,000 pounds per square inch of pressure. A 24-horsepower Honda V-Twin electric-start gasoline engine powers this self-contained unit, which can also be truck- or trailer-mounted for in-field cleaning. Standard features include:
Vibration isolators to absorb movement
115-volt generator to run burner assembly and electrical outlet for low-wattage applications
Hawk triplex belt-drive pump with seven-year crankcase and lifetime manifold warranties
Trigger gun and wand with insulated cool grips and quick-change nozzles
Pump slider for ease of belt maintenance
Adjustable upstream dual detergent injection
50-foot length of high-pressure hose
8-gallon polyethylene float tank to maintain constant pressure and flow while preventing sediment from entering the machine's components.
For complete details, contact Hotsy, 21 Inverness Way East, Englewood CO 80112.
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