June 18, 2010, Newsletter Issue #223: Pressure Washing Equipment for Dairy Farms

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Some farming applications for pressure washers have their own set of requirements. A dairy operation is one of them. Fumes are not allowed to enter the milking enclosure and therefore a coupling must be provided for the hose to the line. Getting rid of flyspecks requires a water temperature of 200F as a minimum. For manure removal, the higher the gpm, the faster the job will get done. Make sure to consult an experienced dealer for information regarding pressure washers in dairy applications.

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