When choosing a pressure washer hose for your next job, be sure to pick one that best fits your cleaning needs. Non-Marking Hot and Cold Pressure Washer Hoses look the most professional and are designed to work with lower water pressures in the range of 3000 to 4000 PSI. They are also durable enough to handle practically any type of cleaning solution without damage.
High Pressure Hoses, on the other hand, are great for those big jobs that require higher water pressures in the range of 5,000 PSI and above.
Specialty Hoses, Are fairly new on the market and are designed to help keep surfaces cleaner. Offering a unique non-pooling hydra-channel designed to let water and cleaning fluids drain beneath it, it also helps to keep the user’s feet drier than traditional pressure washer hoses. Plus, they last a lot longer, since the spiral-grooved design allows the hose to reduce friction and wear which may ruin it.
Small Jumper and Connector Pressure Washer Hoses, are an essential add-on to your pressure washing equipment, no matter what the job.
Steam Hoses, are recommended for cleaning jobs that need ultra-hot water. Featuring a seamless innertube and an oil cover, this type of steam hose can also be used as a pressure hose with up to 3000 PSI and 250 degree F; or a steam hose with a maximum 350 PSI and 325 degree water.
1/4" Pressure Hoses, are great when you want to eliminate pressure loss.
- Residential Replacement Pressure Hoses are for users who need their pressure washer to clean around the house (vs. using it for commercial purposes) for the most basic cleaning jobs.
Vinyl and Rubber Hose Bend Restrictors are used to help prevent kinks near your connectors.
As you can see, there is a big variety of pressure washer hoses and accessories. Making sure that you are installing and using just the right tools including couplers connectors; ball valves; hose pressure loss; hose barbs and reinforced tubing can all help to guarantee that your next cleaning job results in success!
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