Author: North Texas Sales & Distribution

Hit the Road With the Hotsy Trail Blazer

There’s no doubt that Hotsy’s pressure washers are powerful, but they’re not always quite as mobile. Some larger diesel-powered models like the Super Skid HHS can be particularly difficult to lug around for businesses that must travel to and from various job sites. In some cases, these companies can compromise with a smaller, more portable… Read more »

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Clean Discreetly With a Hotsy Electric Pressure Washer

Hotsy is known for engineering rugged, powerful industrial pressure washers that are capable of accomplishing a variety of tough cleaning tasks. But while large gas-powered models are ideal for companies in the automotive and agricultural industries, they may not be as well suited to some other types of businesses. For hotels and other businesses in… Read more »

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Hotsy Unveils a New Entry-Level Pressure Washer

There’s a new addition to Hotsy’s lineup of hot water pressure washers! It’s compact, lightweight and it only requires a 15 amp circuit to run. This could make it an ideal cleaning tool for retail storefronts, hotels and other businesses in the hospitality industry. Let’s take a closer look at Hotsy’s latest oil-fired hot water… Read more »

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Prepare for Cold Weather With a Clean Burn Waste Oil Heater

Autumn is just around the corner, and that means before too long it will be time to fire up the furnace again. Heating a workshop or garage can get pretty expensive in the winter, even here in Texas. These spaces aren’t always well insulated, and they’re typically quite large. Fortunately, for businesses that generate a… Read more »

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A Visual Guide to Hotsy’s Nozzle Spray Patterns

In addition to being powerful and rugged, Hotsy’s pressure washers are also exceptionally versatile cleaning tools. This is due in large part to their interchangeable high-pressure nozzles that offer a number of different spray patterns. These nozzles are color-coded to make them easy to identify at a glance. Red nozzles deliver a zero-degree spray pattern…. Read more »

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Protect Your Pressure Washer Hose with a Hotsy Hose Reel

Untangling a jumbled mess of high pressure hose is not only frustrating and time consuming; it can also reduce the lifespan of your hose. When pressure washer hoses aren’t properly organized and stored, they’re more likely to be damaged by heavy equipment. These hoses are pretty strong, but getting run over by a truck or… Read more »

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Hotsy Wash Bay Helps Maintain Travis County’s Equipment Fleet

As the fifth-most populous county in Texas with more than 1.5 million residents, it takes a whole lot of work to care for the roads, bridges and highways in Travis County. At the Eastside Service Center in Austin, fleet supervisor Ed Garcia and his team are in charge of maintaining roughly 3,000 vehicles that the… Read more »

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Vital Oxide Offers an EPA Registered Disinfectant Solution

If you need to sanitize surfaces without using harsh chemicals like chlorine bleach, Hotsy has a great disinfectant option for you. Vital Oxide is a non-corrosive, ecologically-sound alternative to chemical disinfectants that’s proven to kill 99.99% of bacteria on surfaces in less than 60 seconds. It’s mild enough to wash your hands in it, but… Read more »

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San Antonio EMS Trusts Hotsy to Keep Its Ambulances Clean

No matter how many calls they make, the work of an emergency medical technician is never done. In the San Antonio suburb of Schertz, Texas, the folks at Metro Ambulance are keenly aware of what it takes to maintain a reliable fleet of emergency vehicles. For the past two decades, Metro Ambulance has been working… Read more »

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Wisconsin Humane Society Keeps Facilities Clean With a Hotsy

From oil rigs to trucking depots, you can find Hotsy pressure washers in rugged work environments all across the country. But in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, Hotsy has been serving a very different type of business for more than 20 years as well. Here in southeastern Wisconsin, the local humane society relies on a Hotsy pressure… Read more »

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