Whether it is domestic cleaning or an industrial maintenance work of your office, pressure washing the area does make your life easy and your premises clean. You can get rid of years of grime and dust on your property with the help of these high-pressure electric blasters. Doesn’t matter if you use them once in a year, or twice or even once in a month, if your procedure is proper, your blaster is great, then the result is always a shining property with no dirt around.
The Characteristics of Electric and Petrol Water Blasters!
AEZ Waterblasters have petrol water blasters in NZ which are both portable and skid mounted. They are of the best quality and totally durable. But the market also offers electric variants. Confused as to which way to go? To know about both of them in detail, it’s better to compare both of these blasters and accordingly choose the one that is suited for your property and fits your criteria.
- The ease of operation— Electric water blasters require just opening the box and plugging in to the socket, the petrol one requires some steps to assemble it properly and then use it. And if you compare the weight and size of both the washers, the electric ones are lightweight as compared to the petrol ones.
- Effective while working — Though an electric water blaster can be really easy to install and lightweight, it is because of this fact that the pressure of the water isn’t much. Therefore, even the cleaning process becomes a bit slow. The petrol water blaster, on the other hand, is heavy in weight — that is why when you switch it on, the water comes with a speed and force that instantly cleans the area where it is used upon. In short, the petrol water blaster makes your cleaning work pretty easier and quicker.
- Fuel or no fuel — While the electric water blaster works on electricity, the petrol blaster requires fuel or petrol to get it working. Both can be convenient for users as they are just using some amount of electricity or petrol to get your work done. But again, both are borrowing energy from the earth in some form or the other to operate.
- The noise issue — If we practically compare the electric and petrol water blasters, the electric machine makes lesser noise (as compared to the petrol one). But if you compare the time required for both of them to clean a certain area, the less noise continues for a long time while the more noise gets the job completed much faster. So, the decibel of noise gets balanced by the amount of time you need to tolerate it.
By comparing both of these blasters we conclude that both of them have their salient features that are advantageous. So, in short, whether it is an electric or petrol water blaster, both can work wonders to clean your house or property. Which one you should pick depends on the factors you prioritise.