Landa touts hot water pressure washer series

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Landa describes its MHC series as the most rugged, gasoline-powered, on-site cleaning machine on wheels. The company says this successor to its MVC and SUV series offers more quality, safety, ease of service, functionality and stability.

All six models are powered by Honda and Subaru-Robin engines and range in flows from 2.7 to 3.5 GPM and pressures from 2,400 to 3,500 PSI. Three models feature both electric and recoil start, and three feature Landa’s proprietary Super Duty Regulator, which is designed to allow the machine to operate without the need of a battery or magneto system.

Other standard features, according to the company, include its “lay down” horizontal coil, a fully welded 1-1/4-inch square tube frame with open cage design, a proprietary pump, 13-inch pneumatic tires, 10-gallon fuel tank, and easy-to-access battery box and end-mounted burner. Options include a float tank with high-pressure detergent injection, front swivel caster wheels, lifting bracket, hose reel kit and a trailer mounting kit that Landa says is easy to install.

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