Briggs & Stratton has unveiled a new petrol powered range of pressure washers to help take the hard work out of cleaning your pool and spa surrounds.
The new pressure washers come with a whole host of accessories, from nozzles to cleaning detergents, to extend their versatility.
QUIET SENSE(TM) technology
Briggs & Stratton has also launched QUIET SENSE(TM) on two selected models, the QuietSense 2700 and Quietsense 2900, as part of the range that won't deafen you or your neighbours. Normally, standard pressure washers create engine noise from the moment they are turned on, whether they are being used or not. However, with Briggs & Stratton's new QUIET SENSE(TM) technology, the pressure washer will idle when not in use. So the moment you take your hand off the trigger the noise level dramatically reduces - by up to 40%.
Petrol vs electric
There are a number of advantages of petrol powered pressure washers over electric powered:
- More grunt for tasks that require more power
- Portable, not limited by the location of a power point
- Eliminate the danger of mixing electricity with water
Briggs & Stratton's pressure washers also feature large wheels, which are all-terrain, flat free. "Plus you can pull the smaller models behind you quite easily, which ensures they're both practical and easy to use," Joel adds.
The new range of Briggs & Stratton petrol powered pressure washers are available from Bunnings with a RRP of $479 to $999.
For more information visit www.briggsandstratton.com.au
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