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Electric Pressure Washers offer extended reach with LHT.

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May 5, 2011 - Collectively comprising 8 machines with Long Hose Technology (LHT), Vapor-Flo® 8200 and 8300 series let users clean with hose-connected trigger wands up to 299 ft from pump/base unit and electrical source. Mobile and stationary versions of these 230 V, top-loading pressure washers support user-accessible refill tank and are rated for pressures to 1,700 psi. Respectively, 8200 and 8300 series support water-flows to 0.4 and 0.6 gpm and clean at temperatures to 205°F and 175°F.

Daimer Industries Inc.

16 Tower Office Park, Woburn, MA, 01801, USA

Original Press Release

1700 PSI Electric Pressure Washers that can Power Long Hose Options

Press release date: April 21, 2011

Daimer®'s 230V Vapor-Flo® 8200 and 8300 series systems come equipped with an LHT technology that supports operation of very long hoses and power-cleaning at up to 300 feet from the pump/base unit as well as an electrical source.

WOBURN, MA U.S.A. -- Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the top-selling source for electric pressure washers and technology, documented its plans for the upcoming release of a low-priced series of LHT-designed machines. The Vapor-Flo® 8200 and 8300 series of LHT equipment provide users with the ability to clean with hose-connected trigger wands up to 299 feet from a pump/base unit and electrical source. The eight machines have planned ship dates during the next 30 days.

"The eight 8200 and 8300 electric pressure washers offer slightly more power and, in some instances, higher GPM than the entry 8100 and 8200 systems," wrote Daimer.com pricing/technology spokesman Matthew Baratta. "Since the systems are Vapor-Flo® machines buyers can count on electric-only operation for heating and power, and minimal noise and no detectable exhaust."

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Daimer®'s 8200- and 8300-class Vapor-Flo® machines are sold in four designs for use in a variety of applications. Stationary systems are best for regularly scheduled applications. Mobile stainless models offer the most economical portable option. Powder coated mobile options, provide a more advanced option. Top-loading Vapor-Flo electric pressure washers can be used away from a fixed water source because they support a user-accessible refill tank.

The eight electric pressure washers are rated for 1700 psi of pressure and water-flows of 0.4 GPM for the 8200s and 0.6 GPM for the 8300s. All the systems offer pressurized use of cold as well as hot water. The 8200 series of machines -- 8210, 8225, 8250, 8275 -- will clean at temperatures approaching 205°F. The 8300 series - 8310, 8325, 8350, 8375 - will clean at slightly lower temperatures of 175°F.

Daimer® will offer the electric pressure washers with a nozzle, matching filter, 2.5-foot easy-disconnecting trigger-wand and continuous-use pumps. The systems are sold with foam-lance-style chemical infusion systems introducing cleaning chemicals. Daimer® hoses are dual-layered, daisy-chainable and sold in various lengths. The machines are sold with 32-feet of hose.

For additional information about Daimer®'s line of industrial electric pressure washers, high pressure washers, water pressure washer systems or electric power washer equipment, visit www.daimer.com/pressure-washers/ or call Matthew Baratta at (888) 507-2220. Super Max(TM) power washers are available to customers in most countries.

About Daimer Industries, Inc.®: Daimer®, www.daimer.com, is a major supplier and worldwide exporter of the cleaning industry's leading line of KleenJet® steam cleaners/vapor steam cleaners/steam cleaning equipment; Super Max(TM) commercial and industrial pressure washers, including cold water, hot water, and steam pressure washing machines; and XTreme Power® floor cleaners, including carpet cleaners and hard surface cleaners.

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