Hot vs Cold Pressure Washing

Hot vs Cold Water Pressure Washing with Dyna-Solv 101

It has been proven time and again-not just by our customers but also science- that hot water is more effective when cleaning tough soils such as hydrocarbons and grease than cold water. Why? Unlike cold water, hot water is comprised of faster moving molecules that help decrease surface tension. The less amount of surface tension you have, the easier it is for the faster (hot) water to penetrate the stuck-on soils. Cold water molecules on the other hand, move at a much slower rate, hindering a quick, easy cleaning process. Using Dyna-Solv 101 is a cost-effective multi-use cleaner with proven results. Check out our live hot water pressure washing demo below on how well this combination works!

What can be done?

Converting you cold water pressure washer into hot water is much easier than you would think. By adding a water heater to your cold-water unit, you can shorten the amount of time it takes to complete a job, leaving you more time to clean more tanks which means make more money.

Contact us if you’re interested in learning more about adding hot water to your operation.

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