PRESSURE WASHING TRUCK
If you are new to the pressure washing business, you will need to decide how to set up your equipment. There are either open or enclosed trucks, trailers, and vans. I have a 2013 Ford F150 long bed, which is an 8 foot bed. My pressure washing truck set up is a skid system. Obviously, the larger the truck, the more room you will have to store and haul equipment.
First, we have the 10 GPM KINGSLINGER soft wash system. Next, there is a 5 GPM 3500 PSI pressure washer as well as an 8 GPM 3500 PSI pressure washer. It’s very helpful to have both systems in the event that one of them fails for some reason and you are unable to complete the work. However, over the years, I found this to rarely ever be the case. If I had it to do over again, I would most likely eliminate the 5 GPM pressure washer. This would provide more usable space on the shelves which provide extremely easy access.
Check out the video for all the pressure washing truck setup details. But you’ll notice a 50 foot hose that provides air to the Kingslinger. This is also very helpful for other uses such as inflating automobile tires. You will notice 4 electric titan hose reels. I cover each hose specification and how they are connected in the video at about 5:30. On the back of the truck is our ladder rack. In some cases, I have notice that you need a step ladder to get to the ladder. These racks are easy to reach and we have both a 16 foot and a 24 foot ladder. There are three 80 gallon tanks which are vented, plumbed and connected as explained in the video. Venting is very important when it comes to protecting the investment you have in equipment. If you are new to the industry and considering my online video school, check out these reviews.