When we decided to launch a line of pressure washers we wanted to ensure we had every product from Karcher at our disposal. While Karcher is not as well known of a brand here in the United States, in countries such as Germany, United Kingdom, France, Poland, or Mexico, Kärcher is now colloquially used as synonymous with a cleaning system using high-pressure water. This family owned global company has two sides of their company one marketing towards the commercial industry, and the other to the light industrial market.
The commercial products have a wide variety of systems, but distinguish themselves as being able to unleash a much higher PSI, and cleaning capacity. These units are generally more expensive, but are able to tackle any cleaning job under the sun.
While the light industrial pressure washers distinguish themselves as being more portable, and more affordable. These units are designed to tackle a wider variety of jobs, while still making cleaning easier.
Whether you’re looking for a small, medium, or large pressure washer I can guarantee we have the highest quality unit at the cheapest price waiting for you at ISC Online.
Pressure washers are a fast and efficient way to clean, treat or prepare almost any surface. But you may be getting bogged down in the details when deciding which one will be best for you. While building the web-pages for our pressure washers, I learned there are really only 3 main things to consider when shopping.
1. Fuel: What fuel would be easiest to power your system should be the first choice. Electric models tend to last longer, because they have less moving parts. On the other hand Gas and Diesel powered pressure washers generally provide more power (psi).
2. PSI: This basically means the force of the water comes out of the washer. PSI will determine whether the unit is used for light duty (car washing,) or heavy duty (striping the bark from trees.)
|Light duty, less frequent jobs (Car washing, shutter cleaning, spot cleaning)
||Heavy duty, more frequent jobs (Deck and pavement cleaning, sidewalks)
||Very frequent, heavy cleaning jobs (Industrial cleaning, concrete pavement, siding, paint stripping)
3. Hot vs. Cold Water: Cold pressure washers are ideal for removing dirt. However, if the surface you are cleaning is mixed with oil or grease, a cold water pressure washer won’t clean as well as a hot water pressure washer.
Check out our full line of pressure washers at ISC Online, and if you’re having trouble selecting the right one give us a call!