Kohler Diesel Powered Pressure Washer

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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

From Water Cannon Packs a Punch for Commercial & Industrial Applications.


Portable, diesel fueled and designed to destroy dirt and surface contaminants under even the toughest conditions, Water Cannon’s hot water Kohler engine powered pressure washer is one solid piece of machinery. With 4.0 GPM at 3200 PSI, this powerful diesel washer can be customized with a General Pump brand pump or upgraded to a Cat Pumps driven model. No matter which model is selected, the possessor of this power washer will enjoy extensive warranty coverage, including a five-year engine warranty, five-year pump warranty and five-year prorated coil warranty.


A 12 VDC diesel fired burner and battery box make this pressure washer self-contained, so no external power source is needed. Likewise, an eight-gallon poly diesel fuel tank complete with a fuel filter certifies that fueling up is a less frequent occurrence. For further convenience, a durable four-wheel push bar frame and lifting hook mean moving this washer is struggle-free. A 118-degree Fahrenheit temperature rise compliments of reliable Beckett burners and a highly efficient schedule 80 coil with a one-piece molded insulation combustion chamber ensures the operator of this machine will have access to hot water within seconds. And with all of the necessary accessories – including a 50-foot hose, trigger gun, wand, downstream chemical injector and quick connect nozzles – this bad boy is basically ready to roll as soon as it arrives.
 

Like all of Water Cannon’s gas and diesel powered pressure washers, this hot water pressure washer is assembled in the United States and passes a 15-point factory inspection. Built-in features such as a high temperature protection component, a safety pressure relief valve and a thermo-sensor that prevents overheating in bypass mode protect the pressure washer and its operator from potential damage or harm. The options to purchase this pressure washer via Water Cannon’s leasing program or Net 30 account opportunities make payment more manageable.
 

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