Hotsy introduces all-electric hot-water pressure washer

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Hotsy says its HWE series all-electric hot-water pressure washers are the only models in the Hotsy line that run entirely on electricity. Water is heated in a stainless steel coil and submerged in a tank of water solution for instant hot water when plugged in – with no noise and no fumes, making it ideal for industrial cleaning indoors, according to the company. All models are compact and designed to fit in a closet or any out-of-the-way location.

The units, Hotsy says, feature an auto-start function that allows them to be turned on with the pull of the trigger for convenient remote operation, and they produce cleaning power ranging from 2000 to 3000 psi of water pressure. The models — which feature the company’s triplex belt-drive high-pressure pump, and a 3/4-inch Schedule 80 heating coil with stainless steel skin — are powered by an industrial-strength engine with thermal overload protection.

Other features of the models, according to Hotsy, include:

  • Heavy-duty upper and lower cabinet made of 10-gauge steel protected by an epoxy powder coat finish;
  • 3.46 to 3.9 gallons per minute of volume;
  • Easy-to-attach detergent injector for easy soap application;
  • ETL certification to UL-1776 safety standards; and
  • Insulated, fatigue-free trigger gun with stainless steel and a dual-lance variable pressure wand for adjusting pressure while washing.
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