Pressure washers come in different varieties, namely, cold water pressure washers, hot water pressure washers, and steam pressure washers. Cold water pressure washers emit water at temperatures similar to the inlet water temperature, and are good for general cleaning of dirt and many other substances that do not have to be removed with heat.
Hot water pressure washers, which typically achieve temperatures up to 200° F, are good pressure washing machines for applications targeted to remove grease, oil, and other substances. Hot water pressure washers work better than cold water pressure washers to clean cars when auto detailing, trucks and construction equipment, food contact surfaces, and much more.
Steam pressure washers use heating coils to achieve temperatures up to 330° F, and are far superior to either cold water pressure washers or hot water pressure washers when it comes to removing dirt, grease, food, chewing gum on concrete, graffiti, and countless other substances. With the right pressure washer you'll be able to handle any job at home or work site.