Clean Solutions & Equipment sells and services a vast line of both hot water and cold water pressure washers for use in the most demanding industrial and commercial environments. Our experienced team can help identify the style and features most important to your needs from major brands like Alkota, AaLadin and Be. 

Elements of a Pressure Washer

Pressure washers are known for their multi-purpose cleaning power. The cleaning power can be used in a wide range of applications from residential, contractors and industrial. Understanding how your pressure washer operates will help you to determine which one is best for you.

Three Active Cleaning Factors

1. Agitation

When pressurized water hits the surface of what you're cleaning, it breaks-up particles and washes them away.

2. Soap Detergent

If the agitation isn't enough, you can add a specialized soap fitting to the intended use. For example, if you're trying to clean heavy commercial equipment such as trucks or trailers, you would want to use Phosclean, a heavy acidic industrial detergent. 

3. Heat

Adding heat to the cleaning process is essential for cleaning in the industrial, automotive or agriculture industries. Hot water penetrates even the toughest problems. 

Measuring the Cleaning Performance

1. PSI (Pounds Per Square Inch)

Measures the pressure or force of the water coming out of the tip. This can also be viewed as the speed in which the water exits. 

2. GPM (Gallons Per Minute)

Measures the volume of water flowing out of the tip of your nozzle. GPM will also help determine how fast you can clean. 


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