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APW2700A Gas Powered
A-IPOWER | SKU: APW2700A
- Revised Frame for Easier Mobility
- Streamlined Engine Controls
- 2,700 PSI, 2.3 GPM
- 196cc/6.5hp Engine
- High-Efficiency, Axial Cam Pump
- 25-Ft. Hose
- 3 Quick-Connect Nozzles
- Warranty: One Year Limited
- CARB Model Available
WHAT IT WILL WASH: Vehicles, driveways, boats, siding, gutters, roofing, patios, RVs, and other areas around your house.
The A-iPower APW2700A is built to handle even your toughest jobs. Powered by a reliable OHV 196cc/6.5 hp gasoline engine that feeds into an Axial Cam Pump, it delivers 2,700 PSI of cleaning power at 2.3 gallons per minute. It is simple to use and perfect for cleaning driveways, sidewalks, gutters, stucco, roofing, walls, patios, cars, RVs and other area around your house.
It features a durable, compact frame design and built-in never-flat wheels, which are designed for easy transport. With 25 feet of non-marring, long-reach, high- pressure hose, it provides flexible access. With its quick-connect spray wands and nozzles with ergonomic grip handle, the A-iPower APW2700 pressure washer always allows you to operate efficiently and effortlessly.
For added convenience, the pressure washer comes with an on-board accessory storage and 3 quick-connect nozzles for your versatile cleaning. The 0-degree nozzle is designed for blasting tough mud and rust. The 25-degree nozzle is designed for general cleaning of roofs, driveways and light stains. The soap nozzle is designed for those extra dirty jobs. Drop the built-in detergent siphoning tube into your detergent reservoir and attach the soap nozzle and you’re ready to clean.
When choosing a pressure washer, consider the PSI and GPM.
PSI (pounds per square inch) measures the pressure of water created through the pressure washer that determines how powerful the water stream will be to penetrate the dirt and grime.
GPM (gallons per minute) measures the volume of water flow delivered through the pressure washer to clean and rinse away debris.
The combination of PSI & GPM determines how quickly and efficiently you can get the job done.