This type of pressure cleaning equipment uses both a high pressure pumping system and a water heating system. The high pressure pumping system creates the rated flow (GPM/LPM) and the high pressure heater uses a separate energy source to heat the water to final output temperature. Power for creating water flow and pressurizing the water usually comes from either electric motors, gasoline engines, propane engines or diesel engines. Less common power sources are hydraulic motors and air motors. For hydraulic motors or air motors see Custom Designed Cleaning Systems.
Energy for water heating can be from combustion of propane, butane, natural gas, kerosene or diesel fuels. Less common energy sources for heating are electricity and plant steam. Spartan Manufacturing Corporation can quote electric heated or steam heated units on request.
For electric heated or steam heated units go to Custom Designed Cleaning Systems.
For other types of steam cleaners and hot pressure washers not available in standard models, see our Custom Designed Cleaning Systems.