Using a Pump to Supply A Pressure Washer

Using a Pump to Supply A Pressure Washer | Cleaning Equipment

For mobile cleaning applications, pressure washers may be directly fed from a tank without using a pump to push the water from the vessel to the machine.  However, direct drive pressure washers must be kept close to the tank and will be less likely to cavitate if the machine is below the tank level.  Belt drive and gear drive machines are capable …

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Vaccum Cleaners

Few things to consider before investing in Vacuum Cleaner | Astol Cleantech

1. Suction power: Essentially, vacuum cleaners work through suction that is created by a built-in motor. The stronger the motor, the stronger the suction power it creates, and the more efficient the vacuum cleaner will be at sucking up all the dirt and dust. “When choosing a vacuum cleaner,” “be sure to take note of its power levels. All Astol Cleantech vacuum cleaners have very powerful …

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Pressure Washer

Pressure Washer Do’s and Don’ts | Cleaning Equipment’s | Astol Cleantech

Do’s Always verify the GPM output of the supply hose is adequate for machine.  Check supply filter. Always check engine and pump for proper level and color of oil before every use. Always shut unit down when letting go of the gun jet more than 30 – 45 seconds. Always change oils regularly every 250-300 hours of use (pump and …

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