Hot Water Pressure Washers are touted to be the more effective of the two key types of power pressure washers, the cold and hot water versions. This version of power pressure washers cleans most effectively when removing stubborn thick grease, oil, hard to remove wax, just to name a few.
It is not difficult to understand how this work. Simply compare doing your dishes with hot water. You will see that the grease simply melts off your dishes in no time. This applies exactly to the concept of the hot water pressure washers and how this really functions is simple. The heater heats up the water before you dispense via the nozzle gun. The intense heat, coupled with the pressure power form an extremely powerful force in cleaning even the most stubborn of all globs and clumps of grease, wax, animal fats, blood etc. Coupled this power with for-industrial-use detergent, and you are ready to contend with the mot stubborn of grease. The greatest bonus you get with this tough combination is that it literally disinfects the entire area too.
Most often, they are used to clean heavy industrial factories and manufacturing plants where there is need to remove thick grease, processed unwanted animal fats, and disinfect the environment. Key industries using hot water pressure washers include shipping and engineering manufacturing plants where industrial oils and lubricants are common, oil exploration rigs which the hot water machines will need to mix heavy industrial solvents to dissolve the grease, fatty foods processing plants and abattoirs whereby animal fats need to be dissolved before flushing.
That said, when handling hot water pressure washers, there are a lot more precautionary measures to abide by. Due to the sheer force of the pressure, great caution must be taken in case there is slash back from the hot water, causing unfortunate accidents. Be properly attired and well masked to ensure that you are physically protected. Read the instructions carefully before use. Know every key function of the machine.