There are many types of industrial washers available for professionals and businesses. An industrial washer can mean anything -- from an industrial pressure washer that can tackle any kind of dirt to industrial washers and dryers designed to handle large volumes of laundry.
When looking to buy industrial washers it is important to have an idea of how much you should expect to spend and budget accordingly. Industrial washer prices vary according to the lines that industrial washer suppliers carry. This article will explore three industrial washer products and discuss industrial washers pricing and costs.
1. Industrial pressure washers vary in cost according to water pressure and flow.
2. Price variances between industrial washers and dryers lines depends mostly on laundry volume.
3. Industrial parts washers are invaluable for many auto repair businesses.
Consider costs of high and low-end industrial pressure washersPressure washer prices vary according to the strength of the water pressure and the water's flow rate. The water pressure is measured in pound per square inch (psi) units, and the water flow rate in gallons per minute (GPM). Industrial pressure washers vary in pressure from 700 psi all the way up to more than 6,000, with flow rates ranging from four to eight GPM.
Understand price variances between industrial washers and dryersDryers are significantly less expensive than washers, and prices vary based on their capacity. High-end washers and dryers designed for use in places that generate a lot of laundry, such as hotels, hospitals, etc., can cost as much as $15,000 for the washer and $5,000 for a dryer. Washers and dryers designed for handling less laundry volume, such as those seen in apartment buildings, cost much less -- less than $1,000 for a washer and half that for a dryer.
Evaluate the price of an industrial parts washer, a popular industrial washerIndustrial washer manufacturers find that industrial part washers are popular with automobile repair and maintenance shop owners. While industrial part washers can be used to clean any number of items, repair shops use them to clean tires and other automobile parts that can suffer wear and tear when exposed to prolonged exposure to gasoline and oil residue.
- Industrial washers of any kind can take up a huge portion of your budget. Look for cost savings by trying to find industrial washers that are used, but still in good shape. There are many online vendors that sell used industrial pressure washers and commercial washers and dryers.