Pressure washer pump winterize guide

pressure washer pump winterize guide

Here in Florida we're not too concerned with this, but for you folks not fortunate enough to live in the sun belt, winterizing your pressure washer pump should be a concern.

Protecting the investment in your pressure washer pump in this way is a simple enough procedure.

This procedure does not neccessarily pertain to cold weather. This is a good procedure to follow any time an extended period of storage is required.

Shut down your pressure washer in the following manner:

-Flush pump and chemical injector with fresh water.

-Turn off power supply then squeeze your trigger gun to relieve any pressure in the line.

-Disconnect your inlet and discharge plumbing.

-Connect a 3-4ft hose to the inlet of the pump place the other end of the hose into a bucket of 50% water and 50% antfreeze.

-Start unit and run till antifreeze flows out your dicharge.

-Shut unit down and disconnect hose.

-When storing unit do not attempt to plug inlet or discharge.

-Cover to protect from extremes.

Well that's all there is to it, Get winterizing.

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