An electric high-pressure cleaner is a machine that uses a power device to make a high-pressure plunger pump generate high-pressure water to clean the surface of an object. It can peel off and wash away the dirt to achieve the purpose of cleaning the surface of the object. Due to the use of high-pressure water jets to clean dirt, high-pressure cleaning is also recognized as one of the most scientific, economical, and environmentally friendly cleaning methods in the world.
It can be divided into cold water high-pressure cleaners, hot water high-pressure cleaners, motor-driven high-pressure cleaners, gasoline engine-driven high-pressure cleaners, etc. The biggest difference between the two is that hot water cleaners add heating devices, which use combustion cylinders or electric heating devices to heat the water. However, hot water washing machines are expensive and costly to operate (because diesel or electricity is used to heat the water), so many professional customers will choose hot water washing machines.
According to the drive engine, there are three types of motor-driven high-pressure cleaners, gasoline engine-driven high-pressure cleaners, and diesel-driven cleaners. As the name suggests, these three washing machines are equipped with high-pressure pumps, and the difference is that they are connected to an electric motor, gasoline engine, or diesel engine to drive the high-pressure pump to run. The advantage of gasoline-powered pressure washers and diesel-powered washers is that they don't require electrical power to operate in the field.
According to the purpose, it can be divided into three categories: household, commercial, and industrial. First of all, household high-pressure cleaners generally have lower pressure, flow rate, and lifespan (generally within 100 hours), and pursue portability, flexibility, and easy operation. Second, commercial high-pressure cleaners have higher requirements on parameters, high frequency of use, and long use time, so the general life expectancy is relatively long. Third, in addition to general requirements, industrial high-pressure cleaners often have some special requirements. Water cutting is a good example.