When the pressure is on, the Honda high-pressure pump delivers! Compact, easy to start, and highly reliable, they are ideal for applications such as spray heads and nozzles. Commercial-grade pumps with overhead motors ensure quiet operation with excellent torque and excellent fuel economy. Choose from different models to get the capacity and psi you need for your job.
These types of pumps can be used for pressure testing, cold cutting, paint removal of any steel structure, paint removal of ballast tanks, paint removal of ships, paint removal of oil tanks, cutting and demolition of concrete, removal of lines for white and yellow roads, pipe cleaning and many other applications in many industries.
High-pressure plunger pumps and high-pressure plunger pumps belong to the series of positive displacement pumps. These types of pumps can operate in continuous operation, but require either venting the entire pump flow or bypassing a portion of the flow through a relief valve. Typically, a portion of the bypass flow is circulated to the supply tank or can be circulated back to the pump inlet side.
Piston and piston pumps have two or three pistons or piston assemblies that create pump flow and pressure. These pumps are usually powered by electric motors, hydraulic motors, and gas or diesel engines. The drive speed determines the specific flow rate for a specific pump. The pump should not operate above rated speed or rated pressure. Belt drive or direct drive is available for a variety of flow and pressure ranges.
Piston and piston pumps are ideal for car washes, car washes, pressure washers, industrial cleaning, wastewater treatment, water washing, fogging, reverse osmosis, and carpet cleaning.
Piston and piston pumps can vary flow rates from less than a gallon per minute for atomizing applications to hundreds of gallons per minute for sewer cleaning and industrial. Pressures can range from 200 PSI for low-pressure cleaning to over 20,000 PSI for water blasting applications.
Piston and piston pumps typically have brass, chrome, or stainless steel manifolds with Viton® seals for chemical compatibility. Most pumps have liquid temperatures of 140-160°F but can accommodate 180-200°F for special applications. The pumped fluid must usually be clean soapy water or chemicals added to the pumped flow before or after the pump.
You have tried water. Have you tried soap? You try to scrub. You've tried chemicals that don't live up to what they say are nasty. So what do you do when it's not clean? Expand the pressure washer! Many people these days routinely use these ultra-strong hoses (also known as "power washers") at about 100-200 times the air pressure around us (ie 1500-3000 pounds per square inch or psi). Great for patios, driveways, garden furniture, barbecues, and all kinds of other exterior grime. Let's take a closer look at how they work!