Compare Hot and Cold Water Pressure Washers
Hot Water vs Cold Water Pressure Washers
If the surfaces you're cleaning have caked-on dirt or mud, cold water pressure washer could be right for you. However, if you need to remove any kind of grease or oil from a surface, you'll likely need a hot water pressure washer.
Your local Hotsy dealer is a highly trained expert and can help you figure which type is best suited for your dirty jobs. Once they know what you're cleaning and where you'll be cleaning it, your dealer can offer many Hotsy models for you to choose from and even provide thorough product comparisons.
Find the Right Pressure Washer For Your Job
Pressure washer equipment comes in two fundamental designs...either hot water pressure washers or cold water pressure washers. Once you determine if your job requires you to use hot water or cold water, then more choices come into play regarding fuel types and mobility. To begin, let’s take a look at the main difference between hot water and cold water models. Be sure to click on the images below to begin browsing Hotsy's many pressure washer models.
Designed to Cut Through Oil and Grease
Think of it like washing greasy dishes in the sink. No matter how much soap you use, you are only smearing the grease around in cold water. Add hot water, and it cuts through the grease and oil in no time. The same applies to cleaning with a pressure washer. If oil or grease is present in any form, you will need a hot water pressure washer to remove it quickly.
Perfect for Breaking Up Dirt and Soil
Cold water pressure washers are ideal for removing dirt. However, if the surface you are cleaning is mixed with oil or grease, a cold water pressure washer won’t clean as well as a hot water pressure washer.