One of the major problems affecting the proper functioning of pressure washers is contaminated water. By nature, water is a carrier of minerals, iron, dirt, rust, and other contaminants. Problems caused by this contamination could be clogging of the float tank, and pump inlet. The particles can get into the pump and cause wear on the packings and valves or crack the ceramic pistons. Unloaders are prone to damage if the water is not clean.
Every pressure washer system, whether it is pulling water from a city water supply, water tank, stream or pond should have a quality water filter installed on the inlet side of the pump.
- Maximum Volume: 5.8 GPM
- Maximum Pressure: 145 PSI
- Maximum Temperature: 176 Degrees F.
- Inlet: FGH
- Outlet: 1/2″ MPT
|Dimensions||4.5 × 2.25 × 2.5 in|