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Pressure Washer Pumps

Pressure Washer Pumps

Also called power washer pumps or reciprocating pumps, these efficient pressure washer pumps have durable housings that can withstand wet environments and are great for high-pressure applications such as cleaning fleet vehicles, graffiti from buildings, and sewer systems. A type of plunger pump, they use an internal plunger to push fluid through a cylinder. This method enables the pump to stay at a constant pressure, even when the viscosity of the liquid changes, such as with slurries, and achieve and maintain high pressures.

Direct Mount for Electric Motors

Perform a wide variety of pressure washing tasks with these direct mount pressure washer pumps for electric motors. These pumps can be used anywhere there is an electrical outlet and are a good option if you don't need to use them every day for several hours. A good choice for indoor use, they don't create exhaust emissions and are typically quieter than gas-driven pumps. They have NEMA C-face mounting and are connected directly to the engine, generally creating a compact and simple design.

Brass Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

3 Axial Piston

Die Cast Housing — Oil Bath Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Die Cast Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Direct Mount for Gasoline Engines

These direct mount pressure washer pumps are driven by a gasoline engine, making them ideal for outdoor areas where there is no electric source available. Gas-powered washers are generally more powerful than electric power washers for occasional pressure washing tasks such as cleaning tough stains from outside pads, decks, and building siding. They connect directly to the motor, creating a compact, simple, and durable design.

Brass Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

3 Axial Piston

Steel Plunger — Steel Shaft

3 Axial Piston

Die Cast Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Aluminum Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Stainless Steel Plunger — Aluminum Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Die Cast Housing — Oil Bath Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Belt-Driven for Electric Motors or Gasoline Engines

Choose a belt-driven pump for pressure washers that will be used heavily, such as in commercial and industrial applications. Belt-driven pumps use a pulley system instead of being directly attached to the motor like a direct-drive pump, allowing them to run at a lower RPM, absorb more vibration, and hold more oil than direct-drive pumps. These features allow belt-driven pumps to stay cooler, run longer, and generally have a longer life span than direct drive, although they may require more maintenance. Electric-powered pumps are lighter and more compact than gasoline-powered, and gasoline-powered pumps are generally more powerful and can be used in more remote locations than electric.

Brass Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

3 Axial Piston

Die Cast Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Die Cast Housing — Oil Bath Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

1 Axial Piston

Hydraulic-Driven for Standard Applications

For maximum power, use these hydraulic-driven pumps for your pressure washer systems. These pumps can be mounted to vehicles or equipment and connected to existing hydraulic systems so that no additional power source is required; they just need to be connected to a water supply. These devices are good for frequent cleanup tasks in different locations where mobility is needed.

Brass Housing — Splash Lubricated

Ceramic Plunger — Steel Shaft

3 Axial Piston