Hot Water Pressure Washers for Sale in Central PA
Water is the universal solvent, but heat the water up and you’ll get the job done much faster.
Hot Water vs. Cold Water Pressure Washers
One hot water pressure washer vs one cold water pressure washer with the same nozzle, same GPM, and same PSI being used in the same way to clean the same substance off the same surface? Which one is more efficient?
Choose Hot Water for:
Choose Cold Water for:
- Fleet cleaning
- Removing paint (high PSI)
- Dirt removal
Why do Hot Water Pressure Washers Cost More?
Hot water machines generally cost more than cold water models because they require extra materials, time, and labor to manufacture. There’s no burner element in a cold water machine—obviously—because the water isn’t being heated. The burner and all its connectors along with the added cleaning power and utility gained from the warmer water make the cost of these pressure washers rise most of the time. Part supply and demand. Part cost to manufacture.