Pressure Washer Cleaner

Code : BT1200
Power1800watts, 220V/50hz
PressureWorking – 130bar & Max: 150bar
Flow12ltr / Hr, Weight 16kg
Warranty1 Yr

Salient Features

  • 3 pistons axial pump with aluminium head.
  • Lance with tank for detergent intake.
  • Variable angle nozzle.

Features & Benefits for Pressure Washer Cleaners :

  • Air – cooled asynchronous motor
  • Totally enclosed by high – impact plastic cover
  • Protection from dirt and damage, free of corrosion, impact, resistant, recyclable
  • Safety valve : Protects the unit from pressure exceeding
  • Motor-Stop : Machine stops, when gun is closed, relieves high pressure system and motor large on/off-switch
  • Easy to handle : High – pressure hose with protective rubber sleeve,pivoted trigger gun High-pressure hose stops annoying problem of twisting

Using a pressure washer in a poultry farm is a highly efficient method for cleaning and maintaining biosecurity standards. The method provides thorough removal of dirt, debris, organic matter, and pathogens from various surfaces within the farm environment. Here’s a detailed look at the benefits and considerations of using a pressure washer cleaner in poultry farming:

Benefits of Using a Pressure Washer in Poultry Farms

  • 1. Effective Cleaning: High-pressure water jets can remove built-up grime, feed residues, feces, and other contaminants from floors, walls, and equipment. This level of cleaning is difficult to achieve manually or with lower-pressure water systems.
  • 2. Time Efficiency: Pressure washing significantly speeds up the cleaning process, enabling workers to clean large areas of the farm quickly and effectively. This is crucial in minimizing downtime between flock rotations.
  • 3. Water Conservation:: Despite using large volumes of water, pressure washers are actually efficient in their water use. The high pressure means that less water is required to achieve effective cleaning compared to traditional methods.
  • 4. Improved Biosecurity: Thorough cleaning with a pressure washer helps prevent the spread of diseases by effectively removing potential pathogens from the environment. This is particularly important in intensive farming operations where disease outbreaks can have severe consequences.
  • 5. Versatility: Pressure washers can be used with various attachments and settings to suit different cleaning needs, such as removing dried mud from equipment, clearing blocked drains, and even washing vehicles used on the farm.
  • 6. Chemical Use Reduction: Pressure washing often reduces the need for chemical disinfectants. The mechanical action of the water jet is effective in dislodging and removing organic material where pathogens might thrive.

Considerations and Best Practices

  • 1. Proper Use of Disinfectants: While pressure washing is effective for removing visible dirt and reducing organic load, the use of appropriate disinfectants is still necessary for achieving microbial control. Disinfectant solutions can be applied with pressure washers equipped with chemical injectors.
  • 2. Safety Measures: High-pressure water jets can cause injury to operators and damage to surfaces or equipment if not used correctly. Training and appropriate protective gear (such as goggles, gloves, and waterproof clothing) are essential.
  • 3. Maintenance of Equipment: Regular maintenance of the pressure washer is crucial to ensure its efficiency and longevity. This includes checking hoses, nozzles, and seals for wear and tear and keeping the engine or motor in good working condition.
  • 4. Environmental Considerations: The runoff from pressure washing can contain harmful substances and should be managed properly to prevent contamination of water sources. Planning for waste water management and possibly recapturing and treating water can be important in areas with strict environmental regulations.
  • 5. Power Requirements: Ensure that the farm has the necessary infrastructure to support the operation of high-powered pressure washers, which may require electric power or a fuel-driven engine.

Pressure washers are a valuable tool in poultry farming for maintaining cleanliness and hygiene standards. They provide a powerful and efficient method for cleaning large and small surfaces, helping to ensure a healthier environment for poultry production.