Hot-water pressure washers can go anywhere

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Hotsy’s 1200 series of self-contained, gas-powered hot-water pressure washers are designed to be installed on a trailer or pickup bed to work in conjunction with a water tank for added portability.

The 1200 series models are rated for continuous use and are suited for heavy-duty, on-site cleaning where electricity is not available; they only need water from a faucet or tank to operate in the field for hours without interruption. All eight models of the 1200 series use diesel or fuel oil to heat water and produce cleaning power ranging from 3,000 to 4,000 psi of water pressure and 4.3 to 5.6 gpm of flow volume.

All are powered by either a Vanguard or Honda engine with electric start, and all feature a Schedule 80 heating coil with stainless-steel skin, a belt-drive high-pressure pump, a 10-gauge engine mount welded to a power platform with shock absorbers, thermal rupture disk for operator safety and a heavy-duty coil stability bracket for added support when transporting. Four models also feature a 2,000-watt generator.

For more information, go to www.hotsy.com.