Conserve Water with Hotsy Pressure Washers

Earth’s water supply is finite which means water conservation is extremely important for the longevity of our planet. With the drought on the West Coast that continues to worsen, water conservation seems to be on everyone’s mind. By being mindful of your water consumption, you can make conscious choices to decrease your daily usage. Reducing the amount of water your business uses is not only helping the environment, but it will save money as well.

Conserve Water with Hotsy Pressure Washers

Fortunately, by relying on a Hotsy Pressure for your cleaning needs, you can do your part to preserve this valuable (and increasingly expensive) resource.

By now you probably already know that Hotsy makes some of the most rugged, powerful and reliable industrial pressure was

hers on the market. Their diverse lineup of pressure washers offers companies in a variety of industries effective cleaning solutions to some of the dirtiest jobs you can imagine. What you may not realize, however, is just how efficient Hotsy pressure washers are as well.

So what makes these pressure washers so efficient? Basically, they are able to reduce the flow of water while simultaneously increasing the water pressure. On average, garden hoses use about 8 gallons of water per minute. These pressure washers, by contrast, use just 2 to 3 gallons of water per minute. By eConserve Water with Hotsy Pressure Washers mploying the Hotsy high-pressure pump, you can cut your water consumption by more than half. The added water pressure (typically between 1500 and 2000 PSI) also allows you to quickly remove stuck-on dirt and grime, further increasing your water savings.

Water conservation is not just a concern for environmentalists; it’s also a practical consideration for companies looking to cut overhead costs as well. By investing in a Hotsy pressure washer, you can save big on your water bill for years to come. As if you needed one more reason to love your Hotsy. Contact us today to request a quote for our high-pressured washers.