Hot Pressure Washer
Hot pressure washer can remove oil and grease from surface just as easily as a cold water pressure washer can break up dirt. It breaks down the bonds that exist on a molecular level in oil and grease and can rid surfaces of bacteria, algae and other things more effectively due to the heat they distribute.
Hot water offers extra cleaning power when you need it most. These washers are also generally a better option in cold-weather climates where water lines have the potential to freeze. Some hot water washers can also meet sanitation requirements for food processing, making them a viable option for certain food service applications.
Hot water pressure washers, which are often larger than their cold water counterparts, also utilize pressurized water to clean surfaces, but they are capable of creating water heated up to as high as 200 degrees Fahrenheit. This makes hot water pressure washers more effective when cleaning oil, grease, and more off of various surfaces.
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