Hotsy introduces Gas Engine Series to pressure washer line

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Hotsy says its Gas Engine Series of hot water pressure washers offers a variety of mobility options. The four belt-drive pressure washer models can be ordered in a number of different configurations, each designed to fit the cleaning needs of commercial users, according to the company:

  • The standard pressure washer model is equipped with a trailer-mount chassis, but it can be converted to a portable unit with two wheels and two casters for easy maneuvering on concrete or flat surfaces;
  • A four-wheel pressure washer kit also is offered with pneumatic tires, allowing for portability on gravel surfaces; and
  • The chassis is available in a skid unit, allowing it to be easily moved by a forklift.
  • All four models feature Hotsy’s proprietary triplex belt-drive pump, which the company says has slower RPMs than a direct-drive pump, allowing the pressure washer to operate smoother, as the belts act as a dampener for vibrations and pressure spikes.

    The Gas Engine Series models are available in nine, 13 or 16 HP; two models are powered by Honda, while a third boasts a Robin Subaru and the fourth a Vanguard engine. All models produce cleaning power between 3,000 and 3,500 pounds per square inch of water pressure and up to 4.6 GPM of flow volume, according to the company.

    Most models feature a Schedule 80 heating coil with stainless steel skin, designed to provide extra durability to withstand the elements, resist corrosion and endure rough treatment. The upright burner delivers high efficiency and maintains constant temperature using fuel oil to heat water, Hotsy says. Optional features include a wheel kit and handle to ease portability, and a hose reel for easier storage.

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