Power Washing Tips – The Best Way to Pressure Wash Concrete in Cincinnati

A pressure washer with a 3000 psi and a flow rate of 4 gallons per minute (gpm) is needed to wash concrete. You may need more power if you want to get rid of tire marks, paint, and such. You need the pressure and the flow both working together to make it work. If you have [Read More…]

6 Reasons Your Business Needs To Have a Pressure Washer To Clean Your Facility Better…

Pressure washers are the number one choice for degreasing and removing oil, sterilizing, disinfecting, dissolving resins, melting, thawing ice buildup, flushing away chemicals and poisons, and degassing. There are many specific used for these power washers. The following are some of the ways you can best use a pressure sprayer to clean your business…. Gum [Read More…]

What Are The Best Heaters for Factories, Plants, Workshops, Outdoor Projects, Construction Sites?…

Pressure Spray, Inc. is a distributor of VAL6 Radiant Space Heaters. VAL6 has a lineup of heaters that key on portability, efficiency, power, or all of the above! Because of the quality of craftsmanship, VAL6 heaters are guaranteed to last on average 3 times longer than typical convection heaters and those copycat versions. Highlighting the KBE5S [Read More…]

How to Best Get Rid of Concrete Stains…

One major downfall to concrete is that it can stain easily. Just like carpet, you will want to remove stains from concrete as soon as you can. This will help to keep the stain from becoming permanent. We would like to give you a few tips on how to remove those surface stains and get [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…]

The Differences of Cold Water and Hot Water Pressure Washers. Discover Which is Right for You…

Cold pressure washers cost much less than most hot water pressure washers.  If money grew on trees everyone would have a hot water pressure washer but their are some jobs that don’t need the hot water as much. Using a cold water pressure washer is sometimes enough for cleaning cars, removing dirt buildup, or debris from exterior [Read More…]

Water Treatment Solutions – How Wash Water Recycling and Wastewater Evaporators Can Help Your Bottom-line…

The reuse of water has grown dramatically in all parts of our country, not just the sunbelt, since the early 1990’s, especially in the industrial sector. The following are some important areas where water reuse has gained acceptance… Grey-water – Individual onsite reuse of grey-water Irrigation –  Cities are successfully touting the “green” benefits of water resulting in communities [Read More…]

When You Calculate the Time Your Technicians Spend Cleaning Parts a Parts Washer Just Makes Sense!

Labor Cost Savings Industrial parts washers save labor and increase profits for concrete businesses, farmers, golf courses, manufacturers, municipalities, transportation businesses and any other business that requires mechanics to clean dirty part to keep their operation working. Parts washers are a fully automated, cost effective solution that prevents some of your highest paid technicians from having [Read More…]

The Importance of Pressure Washing Your Fleet – Should You Use an In House Team or Professional Fleet Washers?

As a Fleet owner, we know your responsibilities involve improving productivity, driver retention and customer service. Issues that integrate fleet washing could help your company and its drivers excel in ways you never imagined. The following tips will help put your company’s best “foot” forward every time one of your fleet rolls out onto the [Read More…]

Big Equipment Mainteance Tips- How to Keep Your Heavy Equipment in Tip-Top Shape

Maintaining machinery is something that must be done to prevent major problems down the road. The last thing you want is non-working equipment. Improper maintenance will shorten the lifespan of machinery, cause it to breakdown frequently, require costly repairs, and slow down your operations. Also, there are workers who die each year due to heavy [Read More…]