A larger floor buffer can be used in commercial or industrial premises and other large buildings such as schools shops warehouses and hospitals where large floor areas can be covered very quickly to minimise disruption in busy areas. We supply a range of buffers and polishers for all types of floor surface. Robust and versatile these machines make light work of floor cleaning and reduce operator fatigue. If you’re unsure which type of floor buffer would suit your needs please give our floor cleaning experts a call.
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.
In a hot water pressure washer the design inlet temperature should not be exceeded as it may affect the seals in the internal machinery. The size of the motor that drives the pump to produce the water pressure. The motor size is normally expressed in Kw for an electric washer and HP for an engine driven version. The motor must be correctly sized to match the pump to ensure optimum performance. On cheaper machines the pump may be smaller than the ideal size meaning it has to work harder to create the required flow and pressure and as a consequence will not last as long.