Pressure Washers for the Aviation Industry Use
Jet Fuel for Heat and Power
WOBURN, MA, U.S.A. – September 1, 2010 -- Daimer Industries®, recognized globally as a full-service
provider of industrial-grade pressure washers, has announced two machines for the aviation industry that are
heated and powered by jet fuel. The new Super Max™ 12880 JF and 12885 JF have been designed for
airports, military, and other facilities that use jet fuel.
Each machine offers a water flow rated for 5 GPM. The 12880 JF offers pressure ratings nearing 3000 psi,
while the 12885 JF can approach 3500 psi. The two systems are designed for maximum mobility and do not
require electrical power.
"The two JF pressure washers run completely on jet fuel," noted Matthew Baratta, Daimer.com commercial
industry spokesman. "The machines include Daimer®'s most popular technologies, such as LHT [Long Hose
Technology] that allows fuel-burning machines to clean indoors via an extremely long hose." Pressure
Washers and Jet Fuel Both of the JF model pressure washers include heat systems and engines that can run
on JP5 or JK8 fuel types. The units offer continuous cleaning and high-performance direct drive pumps
warranted by Daimer® for 5 years.
The new machines offer Daimer®'s multi-temperature tri-mode technology that supports cleaning with
unheated and heated water as hot as 173°F or pressurized wet steam that can reach 226°F.
Both of the pressure washers are bundled with popular Daimer® features. LHT is designed to support
extended length hoses up to 300 feet long. Extended hoses allow users to place the fuel-burning units
outside or in a boiler room and use a hose to clean far from exhaust fumes in hygiene-sensitive areas
including food preparation and health-delivery facilities.
These pressure washers are sold with commercial-grade trigger wands with quick connect technology. A
daisy chaining hose technology allows easy connecting and disconnecting of multiple segments.
Each machine comes with a selection of nozzles, including a steam hose. The 1