Worx 1500 and 1600 PSI Electric Pressure Washers are electric pressure washers with a capacity of up to 15000 gallons per hour (gph) or 16000 gph. They have a maximum speed of 14,500 rpm and are capable of operating at temperatures from -40°F (-40°C) to +150°F (+100°C). These machines use liquid hydrogen as their fuel source instead of gasoline. Liquid hydrogen is a non-flammable liquid which means it doesn’t explode when exposed to fire. The machine’s nozzle consists of two metal plates connected by a flexible hose that extends out through the bottom of the machine. When the hose is fully extended, it allows liquid hydrogen to flow into the tank and then back down through the top plate where it exits out of one end. The other side of this hose connects directly to an electric motor which drives a water jet. The machine uses a single nozzle to spray water at high pressure. The machine is designed so that the water jets are directed away from the user and towards the wall behind them. The machine is powered by a lithium-ion battery pack that provides enough power for several hours of continuous operation. It takes only 30 minutes to fully charge the battery and it can be recharged hundreds of times before it needs to be replaced. The nozzles on these machines are much smaller than most other pressure washer nozzles which makes them very precise. They can blast through dirt and grime with ease and can cut through grease, mud, blood, mold, and mildew. Because the motor and pump are sealed, they are protected from the damage that is caused by exposure to sand and grit. The machine does not require any tools for assembly and most people will be able to set it up in less than an hour. These machines are also designed to resist corrosion and its stainless steel parts won’t rust or fade in color after extended use.
These machines can be used to clean a wide variety of residential, commercial, and industrial surfaces.
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