Landa powers up with 5,000 psi of pressure
Jan 1, 2007 12:00 PM
Landa has introduced its first hot water pressure that delivers cleaning power of up to 5,000 psi.
The PGHW5-50524E is the fifth model of Landa's line of gasoline-powered hot water pressure washers for on-site cleaning. As with the other four models, the PGHW5-50524E heats the water using diesel or fuel oil. However, it packs cleaning power of up to 5,000 psi of pressure at a flow rate of 5 gpm (gallons per minute).
This machine features an extra-large heating coil made of Schedule 160 steel pipe in order to produce hot water at nearly 190° F. It is powered by a water-cooled 27-horsepower Kawasaki gasoline engine with electric start and drives a heavy-duty, triplex, oil-bath LH 5050 Landa pump with seven-year warranty.
The PGHW5-50524E is totally self-contained (no electricity is needed) and capable of drawing water from a tank in the field and cleaning for hours without interruption. The skid frame is made of 1½" steel and has forklift guides.
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