High-pressure water gun with excellent performance
The high-pressure water gun with the hollow shaft motor is mainly used to wash the machine's physical surface. Therefore, it is also called a high-pressure water jet cleaning machine. Using the power unit, the high-pressure water flow generated by the high-pressure plunger pump is used to wash the stains. This washing method has a good physical peeling effect on the stains on the surface of the body.
A high-pressure water gun is a kind of descaling work applicable to ship cleaning, metal cutting, sugar plant, power plant evaporation tank, condenser, boiler, heat exchanger, and other related machinery. Not only that, but you can also add high-pressure water guns with liquids such as emulsions and related chemical properties.
This kind of dirt cleaning method that physically rinses the machine surface brings certain cleaning convenience in people's production and life. It saves the cost of the company's investment in plot personnel to a certain extent. However, because the stains produced by large equipment are not easy to be effectively cleaned, it causes difficulties for the cleaning staff to a certain extent. It affects the progress of the project production. Therefore, this efficient and convenient cleaning method is also being used by more and more industries. Applied.
However, it must be kept in mind that you must properly operate the high-pressure water gun during cleaning to ensure the correct use of the machine. Only by skilled operation can you better protect yourself while working and using.
With the advancement and development of the times, technology is more and more integrated into our lives. For example, the emergence of high-pressure water guns has closely linked science and technology with people's social production and life. Thus, it has further established the power of science and technology in our lives.
Fuan Zhongzhi Pump Co., Ltd
registered the trademark "ZOZHI."
Add:No.155 Shangcun Qinxiyang Industry Zone,Fuan city,Fujian,China
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