* Cleanzine_logo_3a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 30th June 2022 Issue no. 1023

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Apply some pressure with Briggs & Stratton

* BRIGGS_S-eltePW.jpgBriggs & Stratton, the world's largest manufacturer of petrol powered outdoor equipment, has launched its new power product line up for the 2016 season which features six new pressure washers.

There are new pressure washers in the Elite series. The 3000PX projects 1134 litres per hour with a 3000 PSI and 207 bar.

It features an 875EX Series 190cc engine from Briggs & Stratton including ReadyStart technology, which provides simple and easy to use starting without having to prime the engine for high pressure output with low effort starting. With seven nozzle settings, it has a setting for all applications.

Also in the Elite series, is the 4000 model with a 2100 Series 420cc engine for ultimate performance for professional cleaning tasks. It delivers 908 litres per hour with a maximum PSI of 4000. It has five quick connect nozzles for cleaning options of various angles, with the addition of cleaning chemical.

The Sprint series is Briggs & Stratton's collection of electric pressure washers. The 1700E uses 420 litres per hour with a maximum PSI of 2030, and a 140 bar pressure. It has an integrated steam clean option as well as a turbo nozzle wand with three spray tips. Weighing just 9.7kg, it is the lightest option in the range.

For increased output, the 1800E uses 510 litres per hour with a maximum PSI of 2320, and a 160 bar. Its turbo nozzle can clean up to 40% faster than a standard nozzle and it also has various pressure settings as well as an integrated detergent tank.

Similar to the 1800E is the 1800EPF, which features Briggs & Stratton's PowerFlow+ technology for better cleaning and extended reach. This model delivers 900 litres per hour, and it also features a 7-in-1 spray nozzle for different cleaning options.

The new range of Briggs & Stratton Power Product also includes four generators, and is available through Henton & Chattell's 1500+ nationwide dealers. For more information, and to find your nearest dealer, visit:


3rd March 2016

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