HD 523 EHRLE Hot Water Pressure Washer – Standard or Premium
The HD 523 High Pressure Washer from EHRLE is a self-supporting, robust, impact-resistant Mobile Hot Water Pressure Washer
This robust, corrosion-resistant hot water washer resides on a self-supporting device chassis. With its impact-resistant device-cover made of ABS, the HD 523 houses triplex-piston pump with brass pump head, nickel plated, high-performance ceramic piston, stainless-steel valves, leakage-return.
The Etronic I – controls: (Start-stop system with switch-off delay, total-switch-off after 20min) 2 motors system (independent of the direction of rotation) separately for H.P.-Pump and heating. There is an unloader safety-valve c/w infinitely variable pressure and quantity regulation. This reliable EHRLE mobile hot water pressure washer has 4 large rubber wheels for rough terrain, with a patented wheel brake 2-way, and storage possibility for all accessories. Other components include an integrated diesel-tank 25l, integrated detergent-tank 20l, and sports a robust rotary on-off switch, 7,5m connection cable, plus removable ergonomic drawbar.
The Ehrle HD 523 High Pressure Hot Water Washer is a an ideal compact mobile pressure washer that comes at an affordable price from John Syme & Co Ltd base in Alloa servicing customers all over Central Scotland.
If you are looking to BUY or HIRE EHRLE pressure washers for your business, we will have something that meets with your specification and need.
EHRLE HD 623 Specification
|Operating pressure (bar/MPa)||30-120BAR/3-12MPa|
|Max pressure (bar/mpa)||140BAR/14MPa|
|Max. Inlet Temperature||30-98°C|
|Connected Load||2, 4kW / 12, 0A|
|Electrical Protection||13A slow-blowing|
|Weight Net (kg)||118kg/139kg|
|Dimensions (L x W x H) (mm)||850x475x855|
Equipment on HD 523 Standard
- 10m HP-Hose DN08 – 315bar
- Trigger-Gun with swivel
- Spray-Lance 900mm c/w Vario-Nozzle
- Stainless-Steel Jet-Nozzle 25°
- Detergent-Supply c/w Low-Pressure Injector and metering-valve
Delivery Central and East Scotland
- Central Scotland