Washers can support two-wand operation

Jan. 1, 2005
Landa Water Cleaning Systems has introduced a new line of portable hot water pressure washers capable of supporting two spray wands that clean with a

Landa Water Cleaning Systems has introduced a new line of portable hot water pressure washers capable of supporting two spray wands that clean with a high-pressure spray heated to 200° F.

These six SLT models deliver cleaning power of 5.2 to 7.8 gallons per minute and 3,000 to 3,200 psi. All can sustain operational water temperature of 200° F.

The SLT series also can support two cleaning wands that operate simultaneously. An insulated, high-capacity, shut-off spray gun is fitted with a swivel crimp to prevent hose tangles. The stainless steel, variable-pressure wand simplifies adjusting the water pressure while cleaning.

A large-volume heating coil consists of 300 feet of cold-rolled, 3/4" Schedule 80 steel pipe. The coil is covered by a stainless steel upper wrap, and the water is heated using a burner fueled by diesel or heating oil. The large, metal fuel tanks offer hours of uninterrupted operation.

Honda gasoline engines power two of the models, while four others are driven by either a Lombardini diesel or Vanguard gasoline engine. Each has a Landa pump with a seven-year warranty and features a 2000-watt generator with a 120-volt power outlet.

Engine and pump are connected with a durable, cast-iron pulley system with dual V-cogged belts for cool operation and longer pump life. Belts can be tightened easily with a single bolt using Landa's true-track belt adjustment.

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

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