A line purge will help to expel air bubbles or foreign object debris from the machine. to do this: Turn on the power for pressure washer at the mains, leave main power switch in OFF position Detach the hose from the mains outside tap and ensure that there is a constant flow of water coming […]
Water that is drawn from a butt may contain debris that will cause the pump not to perform correctly. Also, it may shorten the life of the pump since they are not designed to draw water from a stationary source. Our machines require approx. 5bar input pressure to produce the 100-150bar output pressure.
You must NOT use any household bleach with your machine. By using them you will damage the seals and o-rings in the gun, wand, hoses and pumps. Detergents which are strongly solvent based – such as those used to remove moss or algae, are usually not suitable for pressure washers and can cause hose/machine degradation. […]
Try exchanging the fuse or using a different socket on the main house circuit. Some weaker outhouse/garage electrical sockets may not provide sufficient output to run a higher powered machine
Any pressure washer specific detergent should work fine, be advised different applications use different detergents, for example a detergent for removing moss and algae from patios, is not suitable for cleaning a car.
To switch the machine to low pressure, fit the vari-pressure lance to the gun and pull the end of the lance out approx. 5mm. The machine will now function at low pressure, applying detergent in low pressure has two advantages. First, if the detergent were applied in high pressure, it will splash off, resulting in […]
The nozzle pin on these products are usually fitted to the side or the rear of the machine, you should see a red/yellow/black tab around the size of a postage stamp, lifting this up will remove the nozzle pin.