Whether you should buy a hot or cold pressure washer depends on what you are cleaning and how fast you want to get the job done. American Cleaning Systems can provide information on hot vs cold pressure washer systems and help decide which is right for your company.
Hot water pressure washers are the answer if you need to clean grease, oil, and manure. Hot water will do a better job of breaking down the grime. Imagine cleaning your own hands or washing dishes when they are dirty – hot water is the answer. Also, whatever you might clean with cold water, hot water will do it faster.
Hot water units heat the water using a heat exchanger, and this component is complex. The heating coil should also be spiral wound with even spacing to prevent soot build up, which interferes with combustion. On Alkota pressure washers, the coil actually forms the combustion chamber so there is no troublesome insulation. The even coil spirals also allow adequate airflow, improving combustion and fuel efficiency.
At Alkota, we hand build a wide variety of hot and cold water units every day to match the diverse needs and budgets of our customers. We are confident that we have the right equipment for your unique cleaning tasks.