How to Choose a Pressure Washer

By Paul Peacock When you’re ready to get serious about cleaning, you make your day with a pressure washer. These lean, mean cleaning machines pack so much punch they’re now being used to clean everything from jumbo jets and auto engines to cathedrals under restoration and the gutters on your home. Pressure washers, with their […]

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Why buy a Landa pressure washer hose?

Comparison of Pressure Washer Hose vs. Hydraulic Hose Pressure Washer Hose Must be labeled pressure washer hose to comply with UL 1776 safety standard for pressure washers Must have a swedge guard or bend restrictor 24″ long at operator end for compliance with national safety standards Crimp fitting is designed to allow for expansion and […]

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Landa’s Patented Cool By-Pass Increases Pump Life

Landa’s Patented Cool By-Pass All pressure washers are designed around a water pump that is either driven by an electric motor or an engine. As the pump is turned, water is forced downstream and pressure builds inside the system. To maintain a consistent PSI, the pressure washer is fitted with a special device called an […]

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The NEW G3 Landa Pump with 7 Year Warranty

Why choose a Landa G3 Pump For nearly 40 years the Landa name has meant one thing in the cleaning equipment industry: Quality! The new Third Generation (G3) Landa Pump lives up to that name. Every component of this tri-plex (three plunger) high-pressure pump has been carefully engineered, crafted and tested to exceed the rigorous […]

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When is the Cylindrical Brush Drive System BETTER than a Disk

What is a Cylindrical Brush Drive System Most people who have seen or used a floor scrubber are familiar with the conventional disk drive systems that are utilized on most machines. These machines have two or three flat disk shaped brushes with bristles affixed to the bottom. The disk brushes are pushed into the floor […]

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Is Your Concrete Floor Sweating?

Concrete sweating is a problem for many warehouses and manufacturing facilities in the Southeast. The most common time for this occurrence is in late spring and early summer when the temperature of the concrete is below the dewpoint temperature of the air. The water vapor in the air condensates and accumulates on the surface of […]

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ECH2O Challenged in Court

Tennant’s ec-H2O Claims Challenged – German Court Rules Against Tennant

The cleaning claims made by Tennant Company regarding their ec-H2O electrically activated water has been challenged by several manufacturers since its introduction. Tennant states that their product, when used with their scrubber dryers can “achieve the same effect as a powerful cleaning agent”. Kärcher, a competitor for such scrubber dryers, has filed a lawsuit against […]

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