Pressure washer takes noise out of cleaning
Sep 1, 2006 12:00 PM
Landa Water Cleaning Systems has introduced a new all-electric hot water pressure washer ideal for indoor cleaning.
The EHW creates instant hot water spray with the pull of a trigger, with no open flame or hazardous fumes. It also runs so quietly it can be installed in a closet or under a stairway.
There are two EHW models with cleaning power ranging from 3.5 to 4.2 gallons per minute and from 2,000 to 3,000 psi of pressure. Both models operate on electrical power of 460-volt, three-phase.
Water is heated in a stainless steel coil submerged in a tank containing a special water solution designed to produce efficient heat transfer.
The EHW features the Landa industrial, high-pressure pump, engineered to deliver the same output as comparable pumps but at 10% fewer rpm. It's backed by a seven-year warranty.
The pump is housed in a stainless steel cabinet and is connected to a motor via an assembly consisting of two V-cogged belts and cast-iron pulleys. Belts are tightened using a two-bolt pulley adjustment system.
Both EHW models are certified to UL-1776 safety standards. E-mail Crismon Lewis at email@example.com for more information.
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