We make our 400+ models of Super Max™ pressure washers in America, and only the best and highest-quality components go into each and every machine. Our Super Max 6000™ is one of the lowest pressure versions within Daimer's line of heavy-duty wet steam industrial pressure washers. It is designed to powerfully clean and disinfect better than other brand's models in the industry.
Approved for Use Indoors and Outdoors:Meets USDA standards for those using the system within food and beverage facilities.
Pressure: 750 psi
Flow Rate: 1.4 GPM
Power Method: Electric motor
Heating Method: Propane, the greenest, most eco-friendly, non-fossil fuel heating method that will not get into the upper atmosphere.
Multiple Temperatures: Wet steam, hot water, and cold water pressure washer
Exclusive Temperature Control: Adjustable temperature via a dial on the control panel
Heating Coils: Heaviest-gauge stainless steel coils ... we roll our own. About 90 lbs. of stainless go into each machine!
No fragile aluminum coils that are destined to fail and offered by other brands.
Unmatched, Outstanding Cleaning Power: Dissolves even the toughest baked on grease, food buildup, oil, dirt, and much more in seconds without touching the surface.
Exclusive Automatic-Shutoff Technology: Optional. Excellent for systems configured with longer hoses. The machine will shutoff automatically after approximately 30 seconds of non-use, then automatically restarts when the gun trigger is pulled again. User does need to return 100', etc. to the machine to manually turn on and off the system. See the Super Max™ 6000 AST model for this unique functionality.
Power: Standard 110-120v, 60Hz, 15 amp power cord (other power levels and 50Hz available for all foreign countries)
Chemical Injection: Upstream is standard and downstream (for highly alkaline or acidic chemicals) is optional.
Optional Worldwide Power Configurations: 208V, 220-240V, 380V, 415V, 440-480V, and 575V; single and three phase; 50 or 60 Hz. for over 200 countries.
Warranty1 year (limited)Water Pump Warranty5 years (limited)Motor/Engine Warranty2 years (limited)
cold, hot, wet steam
up to 330ºF
Hot Water Temp.
180ºF - 210ºF
Standard Power Method
electric: 110V-120V, single phase, 60 Hz
Optional Power Methods
(call for pricing) 110V-120V, single phase, 50 Hz; 220-240V, single phase, 50 or 60 Hz; 220V-240V three phase, 50 or 60 Hz; & 440V, three phase, 50 or 60 Hz
heavy-duty .75 HP - NEMA
Minimum Generator Size
Gasoline/Diesel Fuel Capacity
Heating Fuel Capacity
30 lb. empty tank included
Heater Exchange Coil
high-pressure stainless steel
Heater Response Time
converts cold to hot water - approx.30 secs
Pump Drive Method
yes - siphon type standard
durable 3' trigger wand with quick disconnect
0º (blast), 15º, 25º, 40º, steam nozzles (wet steam output available in all spray patterns)
25' high pressure steam hose
Pressure Hose Options
additional/customizable lengths available
23"w. x 30"d. x 34"h.
steel - powder-coated, high gloss, chip/chemical resistant
Hot Water Pressure Washer for Cleaning Commercial Areas
A hot water pressure washer should be durable, powerful, and effective. If your hot water pressure washer is unable to reach high pressure or temperature, you would have to work longer and harder to obtain results. This makes the cleaning process ineffective, which could be detrimental to business.
Hot water pressure washers should have pressure levels of at least 700 PSI to be effective in cleaning commercial locations. Some hot water pressure washers have pressure levels as high as 4000 PSI. However, for most ordinary commercial cleaning requirements, high pressure washers with up to 1500 PSI pressure levels are sufficient.
A steam pressure washer with temperature above 212 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal for dissolving grease and removing molds and other dirt. Some pressure wash machines have temperatures higher than 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and these machines are able to clear away the toughest grease deposits in a matter of minutes.
High temperatures are also ideal for melting snow and clearing rooftops. Steam pressure washers should also have different temperature settings, such as cold water and hot water, besides very hot water. This way, you can use cold water to clean lighter layers of dirt.
A high pressure washer should also have a long hose, particularly for use in commercial areas. The hose that is too short will force the operator to keep moving the machine constantly and this could reduce productivity. Electric pressure machines are usually the best option for indoor areas, but some contractors may use gasoline, diesel, or propane pressure systems in open areas, away from the crowd.
There are a lot of different features to choose from; so you should know the potential applications before you purchase a pressure washer machine.