Landa washers offer 4,000-psi cleaning power
Nov 1, 2002 12:00 PM
Landa Water Cleaning Systems has added two extra-large models to its gasoline-powered hot-water pressure washer line with cleaning power of up to 4,000 pounds per square inch.
The new MVP5-32221E and MVP4-40321E are both self-contained and feature tubed pneumatic tires for easy maneuvering, making them suitable for on-site cleaning where electricity is not available. As with the other MVP models, they heat the water using diesel, fuel oil, or kerosene.
The MVP5-32221E is driven by a 16-horsepower Vanguard engine with electric start and delivers cleaning power of 4.5 gallons per minute and 3,200 psi. The MVP4-40321E is powered by a 20-hp Honda engine with electric start and produces cleaning of 4 gpm and 4,000 psi. Both models have a 12-volt burner assembly, eliminating the need for a generator. Other features of the MVP include:
Landa's cold-rolled Duracoil with a five-year warranty
Quick-coil access for easy removal of the coil without having to remove the burner assembly
Triplex, oil bath, direct-drive General pump
ETL certification to UL-1776 standards
Spring-loaded, insulated trigger gun with variable-pressure wand for remote operation of the spray, plus remote application of the soap
Detergent injection system
50 feet of wire-braid hose rated for up to 4,500 psi with safety hose guard for operator protection
Operating instructions in English, Spanish, and French
For more information, contact Landa, 4275 NW Pacific Rim Blvd, Camas WA 98607.
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