The day may come when your hot water pressure washer isn’t quite heating like it used to. You may notice a decrease in the water temperature, it may take longer for the machine to come up to proper operating temperatures, or you may begin to notice more load on the motor and pump than usual.
These are all fairly typical signs your coil may need some attention.
We are Alkota proud, and we are happy to be made in the good ol’ U.S.A. Because of this, we are grateful to provide information about the importance of taking care of what you own.
"It's Broken" are the last two words you don't want to mutter when you have a job to do. We know how important it is to make sure your equipment is running smoothly and ready when you need it. Downtime is lost money and opportunities.
The pump is a crucial part of every hot water pressure washer. The goal of this piece is to walk you though different types of pumps, basic maintenance and troubleshooting. Of course if you need more help, please reach out to your local Alkota Dealer.
Like it or not, the day may come where your hot water pressure washer burner, isn't quite working well. We see this problem fairly often.
Luckily, simple regular maintenance can help prevent more significant issues. Also, keeps your pressure washer running efficiently to prevent downtime.
Hot water pressure washer burners need three things to operate: fuel, oxygen (air), and spark. We can’t cover every issue here, but with our knowledge from supporting machines for a while; we can address the common issues. We decided to create a helpful guide, since there is a good chance you may be experiencing one of these issues.