What Is A High Pressure Washer-Cleaner?
Another name for a High Pressure Washer is a Water Blaster.
A High Pressure Washer literally blasts water at a high pressure to remove dirt and other matter off surfaces.
Generally, but not limited to, household mains water is fed into an engine driven high pressure water pump via a garden hose. Both high pressure water, PSI (Pounds Per Square Inch) & flow rate –LPM (Litres Per Minute) work together through a choice of high pressure nozzles to give you total control over any type of surface cleaning.
A high pressure washer is a very efficient system of cleaning, saving you time, money & physical labour.
Explanation of PSI & LPM
Pounds per Square Inch (PSI)
Water pressure is measured in PSI. The PSI is necessary to break the chemical bond between the surface and the stain. The stronger the chemical bond – the more pressure you’ll need to remove it.
Litres Per Minute (LPM)
Water flow is measured in LPM. The larger the LPM, the more surface area a pressure washer can clean.