8.0g 3000psi Hot Skid 115v
- Honda V-twin engines offer high horsepower, great adaptability, quiet operation, and excellent fuel efficiency.
- Aluminum push rods with steel tips - lighter weight, lower vibration, and quieter operation
- Includes a rev limiter to protect against damage from over-speeding.
- Two barrel inner-vent carburetor for more precise fuel metering
- Fuel economy is similar to fuel injection, with the simplicity of carburetion.
8.0g 3000psi Hot Skid 115vGX690 Honda Powered 3000 PSI / 8.0 GPM Hot Water Pressure Washer
with a TSF2021 General V-Belt Drive Pump.
Comes with a 115 Volt, 2500 Watt, 20 AMP Generator
Comes complete with the following accessories:
- Gun/wand assembly with insulated grip and quick connects
- 50' high pressure hose w/quick connects
- Maxi-Flo 20% chemical injector assembly w/quick connects
- 4 color-coded QC spray nozzles
- 1 color-coded QC chemical nozzle
- Rugged powder coated steel, low-profile frame w/ fork lift channels
- 48?L x 43?W x 48?H frame dimensions offer versatile installation
- Super efficient schedule 80 coil
- Stainless steel coil wrap, burner hood, and control panel
- On board 12 gallon poly fuel tank-Non-Carb Evaporative Compliant
- Reliable Honda gasoline Commercial / Industrial electric start engine
- Includes 12 volt battery and marine battery box
- Fully self-contained, no external power required
- Reliable Beckett burners
- Adjustable thermostat
- 3VX belt system offers balanced power transfer
- Engine and pump oil drains offer easy maintenance
- Safety pressure relief valve
- The heaters will deliver 120-130 Degree rise in temperature.
- Note: 115V units include 2500 watt generator.
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