Pressure Washer Tips for Contractors Using Pressure Washers in the Construction Industry

A pressure washer is an essential tool to clean up or prepare a construction site after demolition. Because the of the demands of most construction sites, a highly-rated, durable and mobile unit is required. There are pressure washers specially designed to reach inaccessible places safely and run for long periods of time efficiently. Some power washers will allow you [Read More…]

Graffiti Removal Tips – Using Techniques, Chemicals, and Pressure Washers to Remove Graffiti

Use a Pressure Washer Removing graffiti can be exhausting and time-consuming so make it as easy as possible by using a pressure washer. It’s a good idea to use a test area to make sure you’re using the appropriate amount of pressure so you don’t create any further damage to your surface. Make sure to use different types of spray [Read More…]

What’s The Best Pressure Washer for Facilities Managers, Fleet Managers or Municipalities? We Say the Landa MHC…

Landa’s MHC is a great solution for those looking to clean in a variety of ways. Facilities managers might have to clean a spill indoors, such as on a shop floor, and then immediately go outside and clean an oil stain in a parking lot. The MHC model stands for Mobile, Hot, Compact series. Portability [Read More…]

Tips on Using Chemicals With Your Pressure Washer To Stay Safe and Efficient

Here are 4 tips for using chemicals with your pressure washer.  These tips will help you get the job done smarter, better, faster and wiser! How to Properly Mix Pressure Washer Chemicals When using water-soluble chemicals with your pressure washer, make sure to allow enough time for them to completely dissolve before starting the chemical injector. [Read More…]

Landa’s PDHW – When You Need a Powerful Pressure Washer To Use In Harsh Environments

When you’re working with harsh environments, you don’t want to worry about rust and corrosion. You want a machine that’s as rugged as the work you do and the environment you do it in. That’s why Landa’s PDHW is the perfect choice when you want a tough build with clean lines. With Landa’s signature polyester [Read More…]

Why Do I Need a Parts Washer? Because Parts Washers Save Time and Maximize Profits

Automatic parts washers offer enhanced cleaning performance through automation of the washing process. Using high-pressure jets and an detergent solution, simply place parts inside the washer, turn on the machine and walk away, leaving you free to work on other revenue producing jobs. Parts washers are designed to remove debris and contaminants to help parts perform [Read More…]

7 Stationary, Electric-Powered, Cold Water Pressure Washer Options; Perfectly Suited for the Food Service and Automotive Industries

Landa has announced that it has added 7 new Stationary, Electric-Powered, Cold Water Pressure Washers (aka SEA)to it’s pressure washer offering. This is great news that gives Greater Cincinnati Pressure Washer customers more options on cold water pressure washers. The SEA is the absolute top-of-the-line stationary, cold water pressure washer on the market today. The SEA features a Landa belt-drive pump with U-seals. [Read More…]

The Landa MHC (Mobile, Hot, Compact) Pressure Washer Is the Perfect Solution for Property and Facility Managers

Landa’s MHC is a great solution for those looking to clean in a variety of ways. Restaurant, Resort, or Recreational Facility managers might have to clean a spill indoors, such as on a shop floor, and then immediately go outside and clean an oil stain in a parking lot. Which type of solution do they need? [Read More…]

Power Washing Tips – How to Safely Use a Pressure Washer Spray Gun

We have seen and heard of some serious accidents involving spray guns and pressure washers. All were avoidable if certain safety measures were taken before hand.  Spray Gun Personal Safety Tips… Only Use Approved Liquids – The spray gun of a pressure washer is design to handle clear water or water mixed with chemicals.  It [Read More…]

Pressure Washing Tips – General Guidelines for Using a Power Washer On Farm Equipment…

Agricultural and farm machinery should be pressure washed over an unpaved area (ex. grass or gravel). Washing over unpaved surfaces allows soap filled water to soak into the ground to be filtered and eventually recharge the groundwater. You should wash your equipment no closer then 100 feet from the wellhead of a well. if you [Read More…]