Josh Lee, The Original Josh, walks us through a new custom built pressure washer trailer. It features the Dirt Killer Fahrenheit 83 hot water pressure washer and a modified Dirt Monkee cold water skid. Both units produce 8gpm. Watch the video for more details.
Transcript of Asphalt cleaning pressure washer trailer
Josh Lee - The Original Josh (00:00):
Hey everybody, this is original Josh back with Atlantic Pressure Washers here today to introduce to you one of our newest builds, which also includes one of Dirt Killer's, newest hot water pressure washers, the Fahrenheit 83. So come along with us and let's take a look.
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All right guys, here we are gonna start with our Dirt Killer Fahrenheit 83 hot water pressure washer. It is a 3000 PSI eight gallon per minute unit. Of course, it has your Honda GX 690 engine, a inter pump T 25 30, and Beckett's oil fired burner system. The unit comes with all day tanks and of course will heat up to 125 degrees over your incoming water temperature with a thermostatic control. Next, we have our cold water pressure washer, also a GX 690, but with a gear driven TSF 2021 pump, this unit will put out 3,500 PSI at eight gallons per minute. Both units have their exhaust run through the floor, so you don't have to worry about the, the trailer filling up with exhaust fumes. We've got a whole lot of open floor space here for the customer's cleaning products and additional tools. And over here in the front of the tongue of the trailer, we also have storage for our surface cleaner. Batteries are also nicely tucked away in the corner. And for our cold water pressure washer, we've got our remote fuel tank over by our fuel tanks for our hot water. So when he's refueling, it all can be done from the side door. Now let's take a look at the equipment on the back.
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All right guys, so here we're taking a look at the working side of the trailer. We've got our three stack of hose reels. The two top of course are 300 foot sections of high pressure hose for each pressure washer, and then 125 foot length of garden hose to fill the tank. You can see on the tank our lines are
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Bypassing back to the tank.
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We have full dump access on the passenger side
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Of the trailer, and then each side of the trailer has ball valves and y strainers feeding the pressure
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washers so that we can shut off water flow and clean out the y strainer if any debris gets in the tank. Our two 15 gallon chemical tanks feed over to the side of our hose reels where we have high pressure chemical injector bypasses so that you can get full flow when rinsing. Lastly, on this this wall of the trailer, we have nice lance storage
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For up to eight gun
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jet lance assemblies. So this trailer is going to be used for a customer of ours that is an asphalt contractor. They're gonna use it for stripping asphalt before resealing, and this is gonna be a perfect outfit for their application. Well, thanks for joining me, the original Josh, to see our newest pressure washer trailer build. Don't forget to like it, subscribe, and as always, don't forget to turn the water on.