Power Washing
Equipment and Applications
NADCA 17TH Annual Meeting & Exposition
2:00 to 3:30 PM, March 6, 2006
Presenter
R...
Cell Phone and Pager
• Please put Cell Phones and Pager on
Silent
• Thank you
Adding Pressure Washing
for Profit
• May be required by your Customer
• May be a natural expansion of your
business
• surface concrete cleaning
• flat work
– parking garages
– bank drive thru
– shopping malls
– fast food restaurants
– dri...
• wood deck cleaning
• exterior building restoration
• Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning
• house washing
• vehicle fleet washing
Evaporator and Condenser
Coil Cleaning
• Coils
– Are made of Thin light materials
– Damage easily
– Easily cleaned with ca...
– Remove access Panels
– Power Wash from all angles
Kitchen Grease Exhaust
Cleaning
• More Millionaires Than any other area of
Power Washing
• Regulatory Driven
– Fire Marsha...
• Free Training Materials at www.ikeca.com
• Trade Associations
– www.ikeca.org
– www.pwna.org
Grease Duct Cleaning
• If grease ducts are properly installed there
will be an access panel every 12 feet
• It will be gre...
• Cleaning will require
– Scrapping
– Power Washing
• Caution
– Air Ducts converted into Grease Ducts are not
water or gre...
• Grease Fans
– Housings should have access panels for
cleaning
– Scrape large accumulations of grease
– Pressure wash fro...
Evaporator and condenser
cleaning
• Depending on the air stream techniques
for either Air Duct or Grease Cleaning will
hav...
• There are specialized chemicals for
cleaning different types of ducts
appropriate to the type of contaminates
are in the...
Water Control Devices
and Containment
• Draping with plastic sheeting
• sump pumps
• Vacuums
• vacuum sludge filtering sys...
• squeegees and brooms
• portable wash pits
• drip (catch) water trays
• catch basins
• tarp catch basins under pipes and ...
Cold Weather
• In cold climate and high crime areas
pressure washers are mounted in
– Trailers
– Bobtail Trucks
– Vans
• Kitchen Grease Exhaust Cleaning to be
done in below freezing temperatures as
long as it safe to:
– Drive
– Walk on side ...
Duct Cleaning Resources
• There is not a golden bullet and technique
that will clean every type of contaminate in
all air ...
Choosing a Pressure Washer
Commercial or Consumer Washer
The Main Difference is:
–Quality
–Ease of maintenance
–Support
–N...
• Consumer typically designed:
–100 hours of usage
• 20 hrs/year
• 5 year life
–Single usage parts
• Plastic or Low Qualit...
• Commercial/Industrial Washers
–1000s of hours of usage
–Ease of Maintenance and repair
– Generally high level of support...
Typical Consumer Washers
• Pressure fed (garden hose hook up
required)
• Pumps with integral
– pressure regulator
– by-pas...
• Pull Start Gasoline Engines.
• Direct Drive Pumps Dual Lance variable
pressure wands.
• Low Pressure Chemical Injection....
Typical Commercial/Industrial
Washers
• Belt Driven Pumps drawing water from a float tank.
• Electric Start Gasoline Engin...
Typical Commercial/Industrial
Washers
• High Pressure Chemical Injection with low
pressure chemical injection option.
• St...
Sources of Supply
• Consumer Stores
• Industrial Supply Houses
• Specialty Stores – Pressure Washer
Dealers
• The main dif...
Choosing a Vendor
• Depends on your requirements
– Technical Support before and after purchase
– Reliability
– Ease of Mai...
Water the Universal Solvent
• Dissolves more substances than any other
liquid including:
– Acids
– bases
Water the Universal Solvent
• Pressure washers enhances the cleaning ability
of water:
– Heat
– solvents and chemicals
– a...
Hot or Cold Water
• For commercial operations where:
– Grease
– Oil
– Gum
• Hot water is required:
– Competitive
– Cut exp...
Hot or Cold Water
• Cold water and strong chemicals will work
on some applications but over 90% of
successful contract cle...
Cold Water Jobs
• Deck and wood restoration
• Flat work not involving:
– Grease
– Oil
– gum
• Vehicle washing with brushing
Cold Water Pressure Washers
• Temperature Capability:
– Average capability 120 to 140ºF
– Special Units up to 200ºF
– “Wat...
Cold Water Pressure Washers
– Trigger Gun Off in closed loop by-pass
• Temperature reaches 200ºF in 5 minutes and turns
in...
Cleaning Power: (GPM, PSI, ºF,
Chemicals ,& Nozzle Type
• Cleaning Units per hour: PSI x GPM x 60
(pounds per square inch ...
• Missing:
– Chemicals
– Heat
– Nozzle Type.
• These three items typically can multiply
the cleaning effectiveness several...
Total Cleaning Power
• GPM
• PSI
• Heat
• Chemicals
• Nozzle Type
A total balance is needed for good cleaning.
Any one ite...
GPM (gallons per minute)
• Most successful contract cleaners use 4
GPM or more. Below this volume labor is
too expensive.
...
PSI (pounds/Square inch)
• PSI (pressure) is determined by orifice
size and flow rate (gallons per minute).
• #4 orifice d...
Fan Nozzles
• Lose cleaning power rapidly with distance
• Almost no cleaning power after 3 feet
• Cleaning Range: 8 to 12 ...
Long Range Nozzles
• Are zero degrees nozzles that have an
effective range of up to 40 feet!
• Normal (typical) zero degre...
Effective PSI
• The psi at the surface of an item being
cleaned is determined by the psi at the
nozzle and the distance th...
Surface Protection
• Surface pressure can be controlled with
distance
• It is not uncommon for contractors to use
3,000 ps...
Heat
• To be competitive you need hot water for:
– Grease
– Oil
– Gum
• Steam is too slow in most cleaning
applications.
•...
Nozzle Selection
• Defined by
– Orifice Size (From Nozzle Chart)
• GPM
• PSI
– Spray Angle
• Example:
– 25065
• 25 is spra...
Nozzle Spray Angles
• 0 degree – will leave tracers (chicken
tracks)
• 15 degree
• 25 degree – fits most untrained operato...
40 Degree Nozzle Advantages
• Held closer to the surface for the same
width of contact.
• Delivers more cleaning power bec...
Zero Degree Rotating Nozzle
• Advantages of a zero nozzle
• Advantages of a 25 degree nozzle (note:
Angles vary)
• Expensi...
Chemicals
• Detergents
• Waxes
• Acids
• Brighteners
• Chemicals (3 to 5%) and Heat (2 to 4%)
are cheaper than labor (25 t...
Gasoline & Diesel Engines
Electric Motors
• Electric motors
– most reliable & maintenance free
– light duty consumer
– 220...
Pressure Washer Mobility
• Gasoline Engine Skid mounted hot high
pressure washer - 800 pounds
– Bob Tail Box Trucks
– Pick...
Start Up Cost
• Typical start up cost range from $200 for a
consumer electric pressure washer to less
than $10,000.00 for ...
Average Contractor
Hot High Pressure Washer
• 16 to 18 hp
• 4 to 6 gpm
• 3,000 to 3,500 psi
• 200ºF
• Price Range: $4,000 ...
Average Contractor
Cold High Pressure Washer
• 13 hp
• 4 gpm
• Price Range: $1,000 to $3,000
Professional Trade Associations
• Building Service Contractors Association
International www.bscai.org
• International Kit...
Accessorizing for Success
• Choosing the right accessories is a difficult
task. Where help can be found:
– Pressure Washer...
• Just like a new mechanic and an old
mechanic. If you will compare the size of
their toolboxes you will notice that the
m...
House Washing
• Hot High Pressure Washer (for oil and grease
removal on driveways)
• High Pressure Hose reels 2ea.
• Heavy...
House Washing
• Long Range Chemical Injection Nozzle
• Brushes
• Telescoping Brush Handle
• Electrical Chemical Pump
• Wir...
House Washing
• Pipe Wrenches
• Flexible Wand
• Teflon Tape
• Drop Cloth
• Clear Plastic Sheeting {2 mil thickness}
• Mask...
House Washing
• Various types of Caulking
• Putty Knife and Other Types of Scrapers
• Spray Wax
• Detergent
• Appropriate ...
Exterior Wood Care
Decks & Fences
• Cold Water Pressure Washer
• Hose Reels 2 ea.
• Hose reel hook-up kits 2ea.
• 150 ft p...
• Dual Lance Wand
• Claw Hammer
• Crow Bar
• Screw Driver
• Orbital Sander {You may need other
types but due to the expens...
• Clear Plastic Sheeting {2 mil thickness}
• Extension Wands
• Assortment of Spray Tips
• Masking Tape {1 & 2 inch}
• Pain...
Fleet Truck Washing
• Trailer Mounted Hot High Pressure
Washer with a water tank.
• Extension Wands
• Downstream Chemical ...
• Assortment of Spray Tips
• Portable Vinyl Wash Pits and Ground
Covers
• Portable Dams and Drain Covers
• Recycle System
...
• Vacu-boom
• Oil Absorbent Booms, Pillows & Pads
• Degreasers
• Truck Wash Detergent
• Spray Wax
• Foam Booster
• Trainin...
Flat Work
• Trailer Mounted Hot High Pressure
Washer with a water tank.
• Surface Cleaner
• Turbo Nozzle
• Electrical Chem...
Flat Work (Continued)
• Vacu-boom
• Vacuum Sludge Filter System
• Sump Pump
• Concrete Stain Remover
• Training Material
Awning Cleaning
• Cold Water Pressure Washer
• Large Spray Tip such as a 6520
• 10” Deluxe Wash Brush
• Aluminum Extension...
Awning Cleaning (Continued)
• Awning Protectant
• Electrical Chemical Pump
• Portable Dams & Drain Blockers
• Vacuum Sludg...
Kitchen Grease
Exhaust Cleaning
• Trailer Mounted High Pressure Washer
• Cold Water Pressure Washer that will
handle 180ºF...
• 110 ft. garden hose
• Zero Degree Rotating Nozzles
• Low Pressure Spray Tips 6520
• Rotary Duct Spinners
• Duct Wagon Ro...
• Wet/Dry Vacuum with Sump Pump
• Electrical Chemical Pump
• Duct Access Doors
• Portable Dams
• Squeegee
• Mop & Bucket
•...
• Step Ladder
• Drop Cloth
• 3’ by 5’ ¾” Plywood
• Foot Valve
• Appropriate Safety Equipment
• Training Materials
• Free C...
Safety Equipment
• Double Coated PVC/Nylon Suit
• 17” Rubber Pullover Over –The –Shoe
Boots
• Hard Hat
• Visor For Hard Ha...
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  1. 1. Power Washing Equipment and Applications NADCA 17TH Annual Meeting & Exposition 2:00 to 3:30 PM, March 6, 2006 Presenter Robert M. Hinderliter Delco Cleaning Systems of Fort Worth
  2. 2. Cell Phone and Pager • Please put Cell Phones and Pager on Silent • Thank you
  3. 3. Adding Pressure Washing for Profit • May be required by your Customer • May be a natural expansion of your business
  4. 4. • surface concrete cleaning • flat work – parking garages – bank drive thru – shopping malls – fast food restaurants – drive ways – side walks including gum removal – and store front including the parking areas
  5. 5. • wood deck cleaning • exterior building restoration • Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning • house washing • vehicle fleet washing
  6. 6. Evaporator and Condenser Coil Cleaning • Coils – Are made of Thin light materials – Damage easily – Easily cleaned with care • Chemical appropriate to the items being cleaned • Foaming Chemical Cleaners • Power Wash – Parallel with fins – Low Pressure, low psi or increased distance – Wide Angle Nozzle
  7. 7. – Remove access Panels – Power Wash from all angles
  8. 8. Kitchen Grease Exhaust Cleaning • More Millionaires Than any other area of Power Washing • Regulatory Driven – Fire Marshals – Insurance Companies – NFPA 96 • Extremely large amount of commercial kitchens (restaurants, etc)
  9. 9. • Free Training Materials at www.ikeca.com • Trade Associations – www.ikeca.org – www.pwna.org
  10. 10. Grease Duct Cleaning • If grease ducts are properly installed there will be an access panel every 12 feet • It will be grease and water tight • See www.ikeca.com for complete information
  11. 11. • Cleaning will require – Scrapping – Power Washing • Caution – Air Ducts converted into Grease Ducts are not water or grease tight – Ducts may run over office areas – Leaks may fall on office equipment such as computers
  12. 12. • Grease Fans – Housings should have access panels for cleaning – Scrape large accumulations of grease – Pressure wash from all angles – Chemicals and heat are normally required
  13. 13. Evaporator and condenser cleaning • Depending on the air stream techniques for either Air Duct or Grease Cleaning will have to be employed • Grills and diffusers will have to be removed and the ducts inspected before you know for sure which technique will be required
  14. 14. • There are specialized chemicals for cleaning different types of ducts appropriate to the type of contaminates are in the air stream.
  15. 15. Water Control Devices and Containment • Draping with plastic sheeting • sump pumps • Vacuums • vacuum sludge filtering systems
  16. 16. • squeegees and brooms • portable wash pits • drip (catch) water trays • catch basins • tarp catch basins under pipes and other items • portable dams • portable drain covers
  17. 17. Cold Weather • In cold climate and high crime areas pressure washers are mounted in – Trailers – Bobtail Trucks – Vans
  18. 18. • Kitchen Grease Exhaust Cleaning to be done in below freezing temperatures as long as it safe to: – Drive – Walk on side walks – Climb on roofs.
  19. 19. Duct Cleaning Resources • There is not a golden bullet and technique that will clean every type of contaminate in all air streams! • There are schools, videos, DVDs, and associations built around cleaning different types of ducts. See the section on Professional Trade Associations
  20. 20. Choosing a Pressure Washer Commercial or Consumer Washer The Main Difference is: –Quality –Ease of maintenance –Support –Note: Not Performance (Capability- PSI & GPM, although consumer units generally are on the low rating)
  21. 21. • Consumer typically designed: –100 hours of usage • 20 hrs/year • 5 year life –Single usage parts • Plastic or Low Quality Materials –Dixie Cup Machines (Throw away units) –Little or delayed support –proprietary parts
  22. 22. • Commercial/Industrial Washers –1000s of hours of usage –Ease of Maintenance and repair – Generally high level of support • Maintenance & Repair Facility • Usage Support – How to use and repair – Entrepreneur Support for business usage • Internet – High Level of Support and Training – Low Level of Support, price driven
  23. 23. Typical Consumer Washers • Pressure fed (garden hose hook up required) • Pumps with integral – pressure regulator – by-pass line – inlet regulator – pop-off valve – maintenance and repair • Difficult • requires proprietary parts – Often difficult to get – Unavailable in a reasonable length of time
  24. 24. • Pull Start Gasoline Engines. • Direct Drive Pumps Dual Lance variable pressure wands. • Low Pressure Chemical Injection. • Pressure nozzles with plastic inserts. • Zero degree rotating nozzles. • Components that are not obvious – internal plastic parts – brass parts – Not high quality such as stainless steel.
  25. 25. Typical Commercial/Industrial Washers • Belt Driven Pumps drawing water from a float tank. • Electric Start Gasoline Engines • Separate components: – Pumps – pressure regulator – by-pass line – inlet regulator or float tank – pop-off valve – high limit switches – maintenance and repair much easier – Substitutions or alternative components can be used. • Trigger Spray Gun with interchangeable wands and nozzles.
  26. 26. Typical Commercial/Industrial Washers • High Pressure Chemical Injection with low pressure chemical injection option. • Stainless Steel or Carbide Pressure nozzles. • Heaters for heating the pressurized water to 200º F. • Components that are not obvious to the buyer are: – internal stainless steel – ceramic parts instead of plastic.
  27. 27. Sources of Supply • Consumer Stores • Industrial Supply Houses • Specialty Stores – Pressure Washer Dealers • The main difference is the quality of equipment and technical support before and after the sale
  28. 28. Choosing a Vendor • Depends on your requirements – Technical Support before and after purchase – Reliability – Ease of Maintenance, parts availability – Hour of Usage • One time job • Every day usage – Importance of operations
  29. 29. Water the Universal Solvent • Dissolves more substances than any other liquid including: – Acids – bases
  30. 30. Water the Universal Solvent • Pressure washers enhances the cleaning ability of water: – Heat – solvents and chemicals – abrasion • Pressure • spray angle • rotating nozzles) – dwell time. • With the proper application of these enhancers almost anything can be cleaned effectively.
  31. 31. Hot or Cold Water • For commercial operations where: – Grease – Oil – Gum • Hot water is required: – Competitive – Cut expenses • Chemical cost • Labor
  32. 32. Hot or Cold Water • Cold water and strong chemicals will work on some applications but over 90% of successful contract cleaners use heat to cut chemical and labor expense. • Hot Water is a better solvent than cold water.
  33. 33. Cold Water Jobs • Deck and wood restoration • Flat work not involving: – Grease – Oil – gum • Vehicle washing with brushing
  34. 34. Cold Water Pressure Washers • Temperature Capability: – Average capability 120 to 140ºF – Special Units up to 200ºF – “Water Heater” can be added for 200ºF • Water is heated after the pump • Pump handles cold water – Cold water pressure washers do not heat the water, hot water pressure washer do
  35. 35. Cold Water Pressure Washers – Trigger Gun Off in closed loop by-pass • Temperature reaches 200ºF in 5 minutes and turns into steam in 10 minutes. • Do not turn trigger gun off for longer than 2 minutes • For Longer periods of time – Bypass back into float tank or water tank – This puts chemicals into float tank or water tank – Another option is a cooling coil in bypass line – This applies to both hot and cold water washers
  36. 36. Cleaning Power: (GPM, PSI, ºF, Chemicals ,& Nozzle Type • Cleaning Units per hour: PSI x GPM x 60 (pounds per square inch x gallons per minute x 60 minutes per hour) • Cleaning Units: PSI x GPM • There is presently no standard that takes into consideration all five factors for cleaning ability.
  37. 37. • Missing: – Chemicals – Heat – Nozzle Type. • These three items typically can multiply the cleaning effectiveness several times. • Most commercial hot water pressure washers can be used for any cleaning situation with the application determining the nozzles and chemicals used.
  38. 38. Total Cleaning Power • GPM • PSI • Heat • Chemicals • Nozzle Type A total balance is needed for good cleaning. Any one item can make up for shortage in other items.
  39. 39. GPM (gallons per minute) • Most successful contract cleaners use 4 GPM or more. Below this volume labor is too expensive. • Below 4 GPM is consumer volume because time (labor expense) is not a factor. • If you have lots of debris or dirt GPM is as important as PSI is.
  40. 40. PSI (pounds/Square inch) • PSI (pressure) is determined by orifice size and flow rate (gallons per minute). • #4 orifice delivers 0.4 gpm at 40 psi • #4 orifice delivers 4.0 gpm at 4,000 psi. • This holds true for all spray angles
  41. 41. Fan Nozzles • Lose cleaning power rapidly with distance • Almost no cleaning power after 3 feet • Cleaning Range: 8 to 12 inches
  42. 42. Long Range Nozzles • Are zero degrees nozzles that have an effective range of up to 40 feet! • Normal (typical) zero degree nozzles have an effective range of 6 to 10 feet.
  43. 43. Effective PSI • The psi at the surface of an item being cleaned is determined by the psi at the nozzle and the distance the nozzle is from the item being cleaned. • The greater the distance the weaker the pressure at the surface is.
  44. 44. Surface Protection • Surface pressure can be controlled with distance • It is not uncommon for contractors to use 3,000 psi washers on items that can only take 1,000 psi by increasing the distance from the item being washed.
  45. 45. Heat • To be competitive you need hot water for: – Grease – Oil – Gum • Steam is too slow in most cleaning applications. • If you are not over 65 years old you do not want to buy steam.
  46. 46. Nozzle Selection • Defined by – Orifice Size (From Nozzle Chart) • GPM • PSI – Spray Angle • Example: – 25065 • 25 is spray angle • 065 is nozzle size (06 – 060, the “0” is not shown)
  47. 47. Nozzle Spray Angles • 0 degree – will leave tracers (chicken tracks) • 15 degree • 25 degree – fits most untrained operators • 40 degree – Requires Training • 65 degree
  48. 48. 40 Degree Nozzle Advantages • Held closer to the surface for the same width of contact. • Delivers more cleaning power because it is held closer. • Takes training – difficult to learn • Sweep like a broom, keep nozzle equal distance from the surface
  49. 49. Zero Degree Rotating Nozzle • Advantages of a zero nozzle • Advantages of a 25 degree nozzle (note: Angles vary) • Expensive • Limited Life • Fixed Angle and variable angle available • Can help make up for no heat or chemicals
  50. 50. Chemicals • Detergents • Waxes • Acids • Brighteners • Chemicals (3 to 5%) and Heat (2 to 4%) are cheaper than labor (25 to 40%) • Read the MSDS Sheets and Label for proper usage.
  51. 51. Gasoline & Diesel Engines Electric Motors • Electric motors – most reliable & maintenance free – light duty consumer – 220 volts single or three phase for commercial • Gasoline Engines preferred power • Diesel Engines use less fuel but are considerable more expensive.
  52. 52. Pressure Washer Mobility • Gasoline Engine Skid mounted hot high pressure washer - 800 pounds – Bob Tail Box Trucks – Pick Ups – Trailers – The advantage of trailer mounting is that the towing vehicle can be disconnected from the trailer for other uses.
  53. 53. Start Up Cost • Typical start up cost range from $200 for a consumer electric pressure washer to less than $10,000.00 for a commercial trailer mounted hot high pressure washer with start up accessories. • A search on the internet for mobile high pressure washer will result in over a hundred vendors.
  54. 54. Average Contractor Hot High Pressure Washer • 16 to 18 hp • 4 to 6 gpm • 3,000 to 3,500 psi • 200ºF • Price Range: $4,000 to $8,000
  55. 55. Average Contractor Cold High Pressure Washer • 13 hp • 4 gpm • Price Range: $1,000 to $3,000
  56. 56. Professional Trade Associations • Building Service Contractors Association International www.bscai.org • International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association www.ikeca.org & www.ikeca.com • Power Washers of North America www.pwna.org • United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners www.uamcc.org
  57. 57. Accessorizing for Success • Choosing the right accessories is a difficult task. Where help can be found: – Pressure Washer Dealers – Trade Associations • www.pwna.org • www.ikeca.org • www.uamcc.org – Internet Bulletin Boards
  58. 58. • Just like a new mechanic and an old mechanic. If you will compare the size of their toolboxes you will notice that the more experienced mechanic will have a larger toolbox with a wider variety of tools available for him to use in his repair efforts. • If you are a carpenter you need more in your tool box than a hammer.
  59. 59. House Washing • Hot High Pressure Washer (for oil and grease removal on driveways) • High Pressure Hose reels 2ea. • Heavy Duty Hose Reel Hook-up Kit 2 ea. • 150 ft of pressure hose • 110 ft heavy duty garden hose • Ladders • 79” & 48” spray wand • 18’ or 24’ Telescoping Wands
  60. 60. House Washing • Long Range Chemical Injection Nozzle • Brushes • Telescoping Brush Handle • Electrical Chemical Pump • Wire Brush • Claw Hammer • Screw Drivers • Pliers
  61. 61. House Washing • Pipe Wrenches • Flexible Wand • Teflon Tape • Drop Cloth • Clear Plastic Sheeting {2 mil thickness} • Masking Tape {1 & 2 inch} • Duct Tape • Caulking Gun
  62. 62. House Washing • Various types of Caulking • Putty Knife and Other Types of Scrapers • Spray Wax • Detergent • Appropriate Chemicals • Assortment of Spray Tips • Zero Degree Rotating Nozzle • Training Material
  63. 63. Exterior Wood Care Decks & Fences • Cold Water Pressure Washer • Hose Reels 2 ea. • Hose reel hook-up kits 2ea. • 150 ft pressure hose • 110 ft. garden hose • Electrical Chemical Pump
  64. 64. • Dual Lance Wand • Claw Hammer • Crow Bar • Screw Driver • Orbital Sander {You may need other types but due to the expense you will usually rent them} • Extension Cords • Drop Cloth
  65. 65. • Clear Plastic Sheeting {2 mil thickness} • Extension Wands • Assortment of Spray Tips • Masking Tape {1 & 2 inch} • Paint Brush • Airless Paint Sprayer • Ladders • Deck and Siding Restorer • Deck and Siding Restorer and Stripper • Oxalic Acid
  66. 66. Fleet Truck Washing • Trailer Mounted Hot High Pressure Washer with a water tank. • Extension Wands • Downstream Chemical Injector Kit • Electrical Chemical Pump • Brushes • Brush Handles • Stack Brushes
  67. 67. • Assortment of Spray Tips • Portable Vinyl Wash Pits and Ground Covers • Portable Dams and Drain Covers • Recycle System • Vacuum Sludge Filter System • Wash Pit Sump Pump
  68. 68. • Vacu-boom • Oil Absorbent Booms, Pillows & Pads • Degreasers • Truck Wash Detergent • Spray Wax • Foam Booster • Training Material
  69. 69. Flat Work • Trailer Mounted Hot High Pressure Washer with a water tank. • Surface Cleaner • Turbo Nozzle • Electrical Chemical Pump or • Pump up Sprayer • Portable Dams & Drain Blockers
  70. 70. Flat Work (Continued) • Vacu-boom • Vacuum Sludge Filter System • Sump Pump • Concrete Stain Remover • Training Material
  71. 71. Awning Cleaning • Cold Water Pressure Washer • Large Spray Tip such as a 6520 • 10” Deluxe Wash Brush • Aluminum Extension Brush Handle • Step Ladder • Fabric Awning Cleaner • Vinyl Awning Cleaner
  72. 72. Awning Cleaning (Continued) • Awning Protectant • Electrical Chemical Pump • Portable Dams & Drain Blockers • Vacuum Sludge Filter System • Sump Pump • Training Materials
  73. 73. Kitchen Grease Exhaust Cleaning • Trailer Mounted High Pressure Washer • Cold Water Pressure Washer that will handle 180ºF Hot Water • 150 ft. non marking hose • Hose Reels 2 ea. • Hose reel hook-up kits 2 ea.
  74. 74. • 110 ft. garden hose • Zero Degree Rotating Nozzles • Low Pressure Spray Tips 6520 • Rotary Duct Spinners • Duct Wagon Rotary Washer • Spring Clamps • Clear Poly Sheeting {2 mil thickness} • Scrapers • Scrub Pads & Holders
  75. 75. • Wet/Dry Vacuum with Sump Pump • Electrical Chemical Pump • Duct Access Doors • Portable Dams • Squeegee • Mop & Bucket • 35 Gallon Plastic Trash Can • 2” Bulkhead Fitting For Plastic Trash Can
  76. 76. • Step Ladder • Drop Cloth • 3’ by 5’ ¾” Plywood • Foot Valve • Appropriate Safety Equipment • Training Materials • Free Cleaning Manual at www.ikeca.com
  77. 77. Safety Equipment • Double Coated PVC/Nylon Suit • 17” Rubber Pullover Over –The –Shoe Boots • Hard Hat • Visor For Hard Hat • Soft Frame Goggles • Gauntlet Type Rubber Gloves • Black Rubber/Cotton Apron

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