High Pressure Cleaning: How It Works?
High-pressure cleaning is a cleaning technique that utilizes a surge of high-pressure water to eliminate the overabundance of soil particles from a surface.
It is otherwise called pressure washing or power washing. A pressure washer is utilized to speed up the water to high strain and afterward spurts it from a hose at speed through a trigger gun. The water is compressed at around 100-200 times the tension of the air around us.
5 basic principles of a high pressure washer are as follows:
1. Detergent is supplied from a bottle/container through one hose
2 Cold water is supplied from a tap/faucet through another hose
3. The washer is powered by an electric motor/diesel engine
4. The motor/engine is powered by a water pump. The water is drawn in by the motor/impeller The water is mixed with the detergent. Most washers heat the water to 50 – 70°C
5. The pump squirts out hot soapy water. The reinforced, high pressure exit hose (and any attachment attached to it) helps to increase the water jet pressure The high pressure not only cleans more efficiently but also wastes about 80% less water than using an ordinary low pressure hosepipe.
Here are a video to figure out how a pressure washer works with Queenbee Cleaning:
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