What Is A High Pressure Cleaner?

Summary:There are many reasons why someone might need to use a high pressure cleaner in their business or daily life. Using a cl...
There are many reasons why someone might need to use a high pressure cleaner in their business or daily life. Using a cleaner can help get rid of dust and dirt from surfaces. It also helps get rid of grime and dirt that collects on different parts of a machine. There are many different types of cleaners to choose from depending on what type of surface you need to clean, and what type of cleaner. Here is a breakdown of the major types of cleaners.

High Pressure Cleaner: High-pressure cleaners work by using a high amount of hydraulic pressure to blast away dirt, grease, and grime from drive systems and various pieces. A high pressure cleaner generally cleans more effectively than a regular stream of water, as a high amount of kinetic energy is used to blast away the dirt. Often oil or grease is blended with dirt, or other materials, that chemically bind to the surface, forming a tough film that sticks to it. High-pressure cleaning systems are generally driven by electrical engines, but can also be powered by internal engines. Drive systems, such as flatbed scanners and other kinds of flat bed printers, usually require high-pressure cleaning systems because they must maintain a very high speed and allow for a very clean surface.

Power Pressure Washers: These high-pressure cleaners work in much the same way as their electric counterparts, using an electrical motor to pump water and high-pressure air through a system of nozzles. They usually use two or more nozzles, with one in each of the sides of the head and body of the unit. The drive system is internal, so there are no drives on the exterior of the unit. High-pressuring jets of water spray from the nozzles, removing the gunk and grime from the surfaces that they come into contact with. Power pressure washers use different types of pressure washers, including rotary and scroll pumps, along with a variety of chemicals to keep the job running smoothly.

Hydraulic Remanufacturing: Hydraulic cleaning systems use hydraulic pumps to create high-pressure streams of water, and then inject them into the air chamber of the cleaning nozzle. These systems inject clean water, along with cleaning chemicals, at high pressures into the air chamber. The process is similar to that of a normal jet cleaning, except that the stream of water is created by hydraulic power instead of steam. Because of the pressure generated, these cleaning solutions must be injected at very high pressures, in order to get a good result.

Commercial Grade Dirt Killer: Commercial grade dirt killers are extremely powerful cleaning tools. Available in both liquid and powder forms, they contain a high concentration of urea, nitrogen, or phosphate-based solutions that bond with and dissolve the grime and dirt from any material you want them to go on. These cleaning solutions penetrate the ground and the surrounding soil, where they search for dirt. Once they find the grime and dirt, the pumping action of the nozzle activates the chemicals, creating an explosion of hot steam and hot water. These commercial grade solutions also have a very high pressure exit stream that keeps dirt killers from spilling into other areas. Once the chemicals have reached their intended cleaning area, they have a long shelf life before needing to be refilled.

Commercial grade detergents with pressure pumping action are a different breed of grease remover. Instead of moving the dirty oil and grease from one location to another, they move it through the machinery directly. The detergent-water mixture works like a detergent, picking up dirt and grease from every nook and cranny within reach. This means that there is no waiting to rinse off the detergent-soaked soil or grease from things such as drain pipes and oil hoses. Because of this, commercial cleaning chemicals tend to leave behind a lot of soil and grime.

Some of the most popular commercial pressure cleaners are the ones that use a turbo surge technology. Turbo surge technology drives a high-pressure jet of water at high pressure through the nozzle at a high flow rate. As the water flows down the nozzle, it picks up dirt and grime along its path as well. The more dirt and grime that can be picked up in a single gallon of water, the more effectively the machine will clean. This is why many of these machines are mounted overhead.

Another type of high pressure washer is called a water jet cleaning process. Unlike the standard stream of cleaning chemicals, water jets actually spray chemicals at high pressure from above. This method is ideal for cleaning heavily laden areas. The water jets pick up and dispose of dirt and grease deep in the ground or underground, leaving nothing left to float away in the air. This type of machine is best used in light soil where the water flow rate is not too high.