Industrial Steam Cleaners Steam cleaning is invaluable in the healthcare and food industries among others where sanitizing and deep cleaning are of paramount importance. A dry steam cleaner will produce steam at about 180o C which means it has an extremely low water content and has excellent degreasing properties.
The capacity and consumption of fuel to feed the burner. Most hot water pressure washers have a boiler which is normally heated by a burner using kerosene. The fuel tank capacity and consumption shows how long the machine can run before refilling. On diesel powered machines the fuel tank will normally power the pump and the burner.
For instance do you want a hot or cold water pressure washer. In most situations a cold water version is adequate but a hot water washer with an integral boiler will remove stubborn residue more easily (just think about doing the washing up – hot water is much more effective). For even more cleaning power a hot water jet washer can have a facility to make steam which is achieved by a valve reducing the water flow into the boiler causing steam to be formed when leaving the lance. Steam is useful for cleaning very stubborn deposits as well as killing bacteria.