Q: Who Invented The Pressure Washer?
A: The hot-water high-pressure washer was invented by Alfred Kärcher in 1950, but Frank Ofeldt in the United States claimed to have invented the steam pressure washer or "high-pressure Jenny" in 1927.
Q: How Fast Can Water Spray Out Of A Pressure Washer?
A: A pressure washer with a flow rate of 3 GPM using a typical 0-degree nozzle with an orifice size of 0.052″ (1.32mm) has a water speed out the nozzle of 243 mph(391 km/hr).
Q: How Long Does It Take To Pressure Wash A Home?
A: The amount of time it takes to pressure wash a typical house ranges from about 30 minutes to 2 hours.
Q: What Do The
Colors Mean On
Pressure Washer Nozzles?
A: The red-colored zero degree nozzle
delivers a small,
very concentrated stream of water. The black-colored nozzle is a low pressure detergent