Landa washers offer 4,000-psi cleaning power

Nov. 1, 2002
Landa Water Cleaning Systems has added two extra-large models to its gasoline-powered hot-water pressure washer line with cleaning power of up to 4,000

Landa Water Cleaning Systems has added two extra-large models to its gasoline-powered hot-water pressure washer line with cleaning power of up to 4,000 pounds per square inch.

The new MVP5-32221E and MVP4-40321E are both self-contained and feature tubed pneumatic tires for easy maneuvering, making them suitable for on-site cleaning where electricity is not available. As with the other MVP models, they heat the water using diesel, fuel oil, or kerosene.

The MVP5-32221E is driven by a 16-horsepower Vanguard engine with electric start and delivers cleaning power of 4.5 gallons per minute and 3,200 psi. The MVP4-40321E is powered by a 20-hp Honda engine with electric start and produces cleaning of 4 gpm and 4,000 psi. Both models have a 12-volt burner assembly, eliminating the need for a generator. Other features of the MVP include:

  • Landa's cold-rolled Duracoil with a five-year warranty

  • Quick-coil access for easy removal of the coil without having to remove the burner assembly

  • Triplex, oil bath, direct-drive General pump

  • ETL certification to UL-1776 standards

  • Spring-loaded, insulated trigger gun with variable-pressure wand for remote operation of the spray, plus remote application of the soap

  • Detergent injection system

  • 50 feet of wire-braid hose rated for up to 4,500 psi with safety hose guard for operator protection

  • Operating instructions in English, Spanish, and French

For more information, contact Landa, 4275 NW Pacific Rim Blvd, Camas WA 98607.

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