Hot Water Pressure Washing
hot water pressure washing Freehold: Designed to Cut Through Oil and Grease.
Think of it like washing greasy dishes in your sink. No matter how much soap you use, you’re only smearing the grease around in cold water. Add hot water, and it cuts through the grease and oil on the dishes in no time. The same principle applies to hot water pressure washing. The presence of any form of oil or grease means that you’ll need hot water pressure cleaning to remove it quickly.
The Science Behind high tempearture Pressure Washing
Hot water packs a powerful punch when released into the cleaning equation. This energy also reduces the water’s surface tension allowing it to penetrate the molecules of grease, oil, and grime easily and more effectively.
There are THREE key elements of hot water pressure washing
There are THREE key elements of hot water washing Freehold – heat, agitation, and soap – that successfully remove grease, oil, and grime. Here is how they work:
- Heat, as described above, creates a high-speed molecular action that causes the cleaning agent to be more active and reduces the surface tension of water so it can penetrate grease and grime effectively at the molecular level.
- Agitation is the impact that comes from the water volume and pressure hitting the surface – just like the action of hand scrubbing a dinner plate in your kitchen sink.
- Soap (often referred to by professionals as “detergent”) chemically breaks the bond between the dirt and the surface. It begins when the molecules of oil and grease attach themselves to dirt and remain trapped or bound to the surface.
Detergents use softening agents
Detergents use softening agents, technically referred to as “surfactants” (an abbreviation for “surface-active reagents”) to emulsify the oil and grease – this is the process in which two or more immiscible liquids, like oil and water, no longer repel each other but mix. Once the oil and water can mix forming an emulsion. the dirt – still clinging to the oil and grease – will be carried away in the wash water.
When To Use Hot Water Pressure Washing?
If you want to clean engines, automotive parts, or anything with oil or grease, you will need hot water pressure washing. Like dishes in your sink, hot water “melts” grease and grime; cold water only pushes it around.
On the other hand, if you are just blasting away caked-on mud, sand, or even stripping paint, cold water pressure washing will work just fine. Combined with proper detergent, cold water pressure washing can be very effective in many applications.
But the rule of thumb is simple; whatever cold water cleans, hot water will clean it better and faster.
The key advantages of choosing top-quality hot water washing are:
- Delivers qualitatively better cleaning results
- Saves time and effort
- Choice of temperature settings
- Can be used for a variety of challenging cleaning applications
- The best models of equipment offer power options
It’s important to use the right type of hot water washing equipment for your specific cleaning needs. Affordable & Professional Window & Gutter Cleaning Powerwashing Services has lots of choices available in terms of temperature levels, pressure flow, portability, and power methods used to operate the machines.
Hot Water Pressure Washing
This pressure washing can tackle oil and grease deposits better than other cleaning systems, thanks to a powerful combination of high pressure and temperature. It is highly recommended for the cleaning of industrial and commercial facilities with grease-covered equipment and floors.
For high quality, safe, and affordable hot water pressure washing service, call us today at (732) 333-6006 or contact us online to get a free quote.