Pressure wahser advice needed

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by Barney, Jun 15, 2016.

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  1. Barney

    Barney Well-Known Member
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    Hi Guys.
    I've got a job lined up, quoted £200 for patio etc, so I need to invest in pressure washer.

    I've been reading some of the topics on pressure washing recently, very hepful.

    Obviously I'm on a budget (don't know how it will take off).

    I was thinking about a loncin machine from jetmac (yes I have read they have poor customer service).

    7 Horse power Loncin Ar 200 -12 pressure washer
    or this
    Heavy Duty 7 Horse power loncin jetwasher

    Would the 12lpm machine be able to run a small fsc, say 12-14 inch?

    Any recommendations on a fsc?
    Thanks
     
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  2. sllab

    sllab Active Member
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    I would say no. In my opinion until you have a 20lpm+ machine then spend the money you would have spent on the fsc on a better pressure washer instead.
     
  3. Barney

    Barney Well-Known Member
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    OK thanks for advice. Might have to spend a bit more than I thought.
     
  4. jonjetting

    jonjetting Member
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    21lpm 3000 psi juuuust about cleans properly, anything less is **** tbh
     
  5. Roland

    Roland Stafford PowerWash Services
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    Get a washer with a Honda GX390 engine pumping out £21l/m if you want to do a good job.
     
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