Northstar High Pressure 3000psi Hot/Cold Petrol-Powered Cleaner

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Product Description

Pressure washer with hot or cold water - industrial grade.

• Premium electric start Honda GX390 (389cc) engine for quiet, reliable performance. Runs on Unleaded Petrol
• 3 Year Australia-wide motor warranty with full dealer network support
• Engineered and assembled in the USA using only high-quality components delivering reliability
• Easy start, stops pressure build-up during start-up
• Extended-run fuel tanks delivering extended run time for the user
• 2-in-1 hot/cold water output enables you to adapt to your cleaning needs
• Burner with adjustable thermostat control up to 121°C (250° F)using Diesel or Kerosene
• Long-life CAT direct drive triplex pump delivers proven reliability
• Includes grey non-marking 15m x 1cm steel braided quick coupler high-pressure anti-kink hose and 900mm heavy duty lance
• Custom-moulded, ceramic fibre, refractory combustion chamber burns diesel, fuel oil or kerosene as water heating options
• Forged brass pump manifold gives improved strength and anti-corrosion properties over and above cheaper aluminium models
• All-terrain 36cm (14”) easy move pneumatic tyres

  • 3000 PSI pressure output
  • 15.1 litre per minute:
  • 121°C hot water temperature output
  • Premium electric start Honda GX390 (389cc) engine for quiet, reliable performance
  • Engineered and assembled in the USA using only high quality components delivering reliability

Product Details

Model Name
Hot/Cold Water Pressuer Washer - Petrol
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Product Dimensions (mm)
W:1620 H:840 L:1080
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:1700 H:1000 L:1200
Engine Type
Honda GX 390
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