Trailer Mount, Gas Powered (Heated by Diesel Fuel) Hot Water Pressure Washers

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Cam Spray Trailer mounted hot water pressure washers are built on the finest trailers in the industry today. We know pressure washers and drain jetters, and Iowa is a hotbed for high-quality trailer manufacturers. We have partnered with the best to offer the finest trailer mounted hot water pressure washers in the industry. These pressure washing trailers are right at home in the oil fields, military bases, farms, ranches, or truck fleet washing stations.

Trailer Mounted Features:

Features include an industrial gas-powered engine and triplex plunger pump with ceramic plungers and stainless steel valves. Equipped with low-pressure chemical injection, the system is protected by unloader valve and secondary pressure pop off.
Burner system includes a rust-free fuel tank and schedule 80 coil with stainless steel wrap and is controlled by an adjustable thermostat and temperature limit switch for a maximum temperature 195° F.
CBG trailer models use road ready trailers and are equipped with electric brakes, taillights, and turn signals. UV models were originally designed to be towed behind utility vehicles on college campuses, golf courses, shopping malls, and complexes. They are road ready, with tail lights and turn signals, but do not require brakes.


Equipped with heavy duty trigger gun with a dual wand with side handle valve allows for the user to switch from high-pressure cleaning to detergent application and is equipped with quick change 0°, 15°, 25°, and 40° nozzles. Group 24 battery not included, but is available at any local auto parts store. 
We also offer gas-powered portable pressure washers and skid mounted pressure washers, as well as electric powered and diesel powered models.

Look around and if you don’t see anything that really fits what you are looking for, take a peek at our custom build capabilities and contact us for more information.  

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Our American made pressure washers and drain jetters are built the old-fashioned way: one at a time and tested by hand