Gas, Oil & Mining
In the early ‘80s, Cam Spray introduced a 3000 PSI gas powered pressure washer. This 16 horsepower model was built with a cast iron block engine that powered a belt driven plunger pump. Weighing in at almost 300 lbs., it was a powerful force in the oil fields of Kansas and Oklahoma. This model introduced our company to the oil field industry, and later many machines with even more power helped us to solve problems in the mining industry as well.
Building relationships with solutionsBy the late ‘80s, Cam Spray had started a relationship with global company Caterpillar. This relationship is still in place today, providing solutions for equipment cleaning from the gold and copper mines of South America to every continent on the globe. Our hot water trailer mounted equipment is built to perform specific cleaning tasks during the rebuild of the undercarriage and rear end of the 250-ton dump trucks. In gold and copper mines, these trucks can haul loads of ore in excess of $200,000 in value each hour. You can see why quick repairs and reduced downtime are important.
Diesel & Hydraulic power is the way to goToday, our diesel powered and hydraulic powered equipment is standard equipment in the gas, oil, and mining industries. Diesel-powered equipment is the standard in the mining industry where gasoline is not advised for use due to its flammable characteristics. Cam Spray builds a full line of diesel and cold water pressure washers in operating pressures up to 7000 psi. Machines are built as smaller portable machines on wheeled carts on up to self-contained trailer machines with their own water source. Hydraulic powered machines provide up to 5000 psi at 5.5 gallons per minute.
Don’t quite find what you are looking for?Don’t give up yet! Call us and we will talk about your power washing equipment needs. Cam Spray produces custom machines every week for every possible cleaning application you can dream up. It’s what we have been doing for almost 50 years.
Our American made pressure washers and drain jetters are built the old-fashioned way: one at a time and tested by hand