Mi-T-M introduces hot water mini trailer, pressure washer package
Package is designed for remote cleaning jobs and easy storage
Mi-T-M Corporation has released a new hot water mini trailer. This compact trailer and 4,000 psi pressure washer package is designed for remote cleaning jobs and is easy to store when the job is done.
The industrial belt-drive pressure washer utilizes a 12-Volt Beckett burner to heat water up to 210 degrees Fahrenheit, ideal for heavy-duty cleaning. The package comes complete with an insulated dual lance and trigger gun, including four quick connect nozzles and a 50-foot industrial steel wire-braided hose. A 10-gallon diesel fuel tank allows for up to eight hours of cleaning.
Easy to tow from one job to the next, the mini trailer features a durable powder coated steel frame and rear locking storage area. It is certified by the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM), Dot approved and can be towed up to 65 mph. An optional adjustable trailer hitch swings out of the way for ease of storage.
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