Equipment Type

Landa

Landa’s MHC Series hot-water pressure washers are maneuverable, gasoline-powered units designed for on-site cleaning. The six models in the new series, powered by Honda and Subaru-Robin engines, range in flow from 2.7 to 3.5 gpm, and in pressure from 2400 to 3500 psi.

November 01, 2007

Landa’s MHC Series hot-water pressure washers are maneuverable, gasoline-powered units designed for on-site cleaning. The six models in the new series, powered by Honda and Subaru-Robin engines, range in flow from 2.7 to 3.5 gpm, and in pressure from 2400 to 3500 psi.  Three models feature both electric and recoil start, and three feature Landa’s proprietary Super Duty Regulator, which allows the machine to operate without a battery or magneto system. Standard features include Landa’s “lay down” horizontal coil, a 1.25-inch square tube frame with open-cage design, 13-inch pneumatic tires, 10-gallon fuel tank and an easy-access battery box and end-mounted burner. Field-installed options include a float tank with high-pressure detergent injection, front swivel caster wheels, lifting bracket, hose reel kit, and trailer-mounting kit.

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