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Daimer SUPER MAX 12300 Pressure Washer

Daimer's Super Max™ 12300 tri-mode system can be used independently as a cold water pressure washer, hot water pressure washer, or steam pressure washer. This electric pressure washer with a propane heating system offers most portability and versatility with a higher flow rate and pressure.
  • Pressure - 3000 psi
  • Flow Rate - 5 GPM
  • Temp. Options - cold, hot, wet steam
  • Steam Temp.- up to 330ºF
  • Hot Water Temp.- 180ºF - 210ºF
  • Standard Power Method - electric: 220V-240V, three phase, 60 Hz

Features Of Commercial Pressure Washers

Contractors need commercial pressure washers that do not break down while operating in commercial areas. Clients are very fussy about the quality of cleanliness in these areas, as the level of hygiene has a direct impact on their reputation and profitability. If you have been considering taking pressure washing contracts, you need to first check if you are equipped to tackle prolonged, heavy-duty cleaning operations.

Do you need a machine with very high temperatures and pressure level?

A pressure washer may achieve temperatures of up to 330°F and pressure levels as high as 4000 psi. Some commercial pressure washer systems that do not feature hot water can achieve even higher pressure levels. Before you purchase a commercial grade pressure washer, ask yourself that do you require machines with high or moderate pressure levels? Will the high pressure be an asset to you or will it damage the surface you are cleaning? Depending on your answer, you should look for a pressure washer with appropriate pressure levels. For example, commercial power washers that are used for car washing do not have pressure levels exceeding 1500 psi. However, for cleaning surfaces, such as concrete, tile, brick, stone and so on, contractors use industrial pressure washers with pressure levels of 4000 psi.

Temperature is another feature that you have to pay special attention to. Commercial pressure washers with temperatures as high as 330°F enable contractors to clean surfaces with wet steam, which is important for cleaning surfaces which are heavily mired in grease. Many commercial pressure cleaning machines solely feature steam mode. These machines may have lower flow rates, sometimes as low as 0.5 gpm. Ordinary pressure washing systems have flow rates of up to 5 gpm. A commercial pressure wash system may also have a flow rate of 2.5 gpm. A commercial pressure cleaning equipment with a low flow rate is generally used for cleaning indoor areas, such as commercial kitchens and public restrooms. This is done to prevent problems associated with drainage. Moreover, you can reduce water bills and costs associated with water disposal, if you use machines with lower flow rates.

What power methods do you prefer?

Electricity powered pressure washing systems are perhaps the most widely used because electricity is widely available. Secondly, electric motors to not generate fumes. However, if you are purchasing an electricity powered machine, you also have to keep in mind the heating system. An electricity powered machine with propane powered heating system is more eco-friendly. You can use these commercial power washers for cleaning indoor as well as outdoor areas, subject to the availability of electricity. Many a commercial pressure cleaning equipment are fully electric, using electricity for power as well as heating, and these are used in the food and dairy processing industry for cleaning equipment and tools.

How to use pressure wash systems that generate fumes?

Before you order an electricity powered pressure cleaner, you still have to ask yourself that will electricity be available everywhere you work? In the absence of an electric power source, an electricity powered machine becomes redundant. To get over this problem, many contractors choose gasoline, diesel, propane, butane, or even jet fuel powered machines. These commercial pressure washer systems are not dependent on an electricity source and they are also considered more mobile because they are not bound by a power cord. The problem with some of these commercial pressure cleaning machines has been that they generate fumes, with the exception of propane or butane powered models.

Technologically advanced commercial power wash systems enable contractors to rise above this problem by resorting to machines with longer hoses. Commercial power washers with hose length of more than 25 ft. facilitate cleaning inside indoor areas, while the fume generating engine housing is parked outside.

As we have seen, there are a variety of features that you need to consider before you place an order for any type of commercial high pressure washer. It is important to be clear in your own mind about the type of machine you require. The perfect commercial high pressure washer is one that suits your needs the best and boosts productivity, while reducing down time and inefficiency.

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