Our Top 12 Pressure Cleaning Accessories
Over the last few years we have had customers use their Spitwater pressure cleaners for a huge range of cleaning applications from fleet washing, to removing dried concrete from aluminium scaffolding. As a result, a massive range of accessories to improve the performance of your Spitwater in every application have been developed.
Below we have picked out our favourites, both the under estimated in their impact on productivity, and the lesser heard of.
Choosing the right nozzle for your pressure cleaner: sizes, sprays & maintanence.
Choosing the right nozzle for your pressure cleaner can seem like a daunting task. There are several sizes and spray types to choose from, as well as maintenance required for the nozzle.
This guide will go over why nozzle size is important, what types of nozzle is best for the task, the different types of nozzles that can be used, how often you should replace the nozzle on your pressure cleaner as well as the a high pressure nozzzle.
Undercarriage Cleaning Solutions
At the OEM Group, we distribute a large range of accessories which, coupling with Spitwater Pressure Cleaners, optimise a variety of different cleaning jobs. One of the most common areas customers come looking for accessories for is vehicle undercarriages.
Vehicle undercarriages can prove difficult to pressure clean for a variety of factors frequently relating to access difficulties.
Introducing the latest undercarriage cleaning solution at OEM Group, the Mosmatic Hurricane Pro and TUW Stationary. Available for purchase now from OEM Group.
Pump Cavitation: Prevention and Cause
One of the most common problems in pressure cleaners of every make is premature pump failure, most often caused by cavitation.
So, what is cavitation on a pressure washer system?
Cavitation is the formation & accumulation of bubbles in the pumping chamber on your high pressure pump & when these bubbles are put under pressure they collapse or burst which can create tiny but violent implosions inside the water effecting the surrounding parts.
The 2 most common causes of cavitation happening in your pressure cleaner system are internal bypassing and sucking air.