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Steam Cleaners & Hot Pressure Washers

This type of pressure cleaning equipment uses both a high pressure pumping system and a water heating system. The high pressure pumping system creates the rated flow (GPM/LPM) and the high pressure heater uses a separate energy source to heat the water to final output temperature. Power for creating water flow and pressurizing the water usually comes from either electric motors, gasoline engines, propane engines or diesel engines. Less common power sources are hydraulic motors and air motors.

Hot Pressure Washers

This type of pressure cleaning equipment uses both a high pressure pumping system and a water heating system. The high pressure pumping system creates the rated flow (GPM/LPM) and the high pressure heater uses a separate energy source to heat the water to final output temperature. Power for creating water flow and pressurizing the water usually comes from either electric motors, gasoline engines, propane engines or diesel engines. Less common power sources are hydraulic motors and air motors. Energy for water heating can be from combustion of propane, butane, natural gas, kerosene or diesel fuels. Less common energy sources for heating are electricity and plant steam. Spartan Manufacturing Corporation can quote electric heated or steam heated units on request.

Cold Pressure Washers

There is a bewildering array of cold water high pressure washers offered in today’s market. They can be found in lawn and garden stores, home improvement stores, contractor supply outlets, catalogs and even big box stores. What is not known or generally understood by prospective pressure washer customers, however, is that those sold by the sources above are built for intermittent light or medium duty and very limited life in order to keep selling prices very low for homeowners and certain small businesses. Spartan Manufacturing Corporation, in contrast, specializes in manufacturing cold water pressure washers ruggedly designed for heavy duty industrial or commercial service. If this seems to match your needs, you have come to the right place.

There are two types of cold pressure washers available:

  • Electric motor driven
  • Engine Driven

Electric motor driven cold water units are ideal for indoor use and widely used for outdoor applications where an electric power supply is available. They are quieter running and more compact in physical size than engine driven units.

Engine driven cold water units are normally used outside due to engine exhaust (except propane engine units which can be used indoors). The advantage of engine driven cold washer machines are that they are self contained (no electrical power required). They are also used for higher performance ratings where 3 phase electric power is scarce.

The Aggressor Series consists of two models ranging from 1000 PSI to 1400 PSI (68.9 to 96.5 bar) and are normally for applications requiring low to medium cleaning power.

The Bigfoot Electric Motor Series has ten models ranging from medium cleaning power at 1500 PSI (103.4 bar) up to extra high cleaning power at 5000 PSI (344.8 bar). This series is normally used for applications requiring medium levels of cleaning power up to very challenging applications requiring very high levels of cleaning power.

Water Heaters, Waste Water Capture Systems, and Related Products

In addition to pressure cleaning systems, Spartan Manufacturing Corporation offers outstanding and unique complimentary products. An innovative and practical waste water capture system to prevent run-off from washing operations indoors and outdoors. A highly effective spill containment system for many hazardous materials. The Vacu-Boom™ system is engineered to be used in a wide variety of industrial and commercial applications where chemicals and fluid waste must be contained and/or captured and removed from the site.

Waste Water Capture Systems

The Vacu-Boom™ is a hollow flexible tube five inches in diameter that is placed directly on a hard surface to form a downside slope dam or to completely encircle the wash or containment area. The boom has a C shaped cross section with the open side down. There are small liquid inlet openings on the water side of the bottom edge. During use, the boom is connected by a 25 foot vacuum hose to the portable wet vacuum recovery unit.

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