The Simpson Cleaning PS3228 PowerShot 3300 PSI Gas Pressure Washer is a great machine that is perfect for cleaning a variety of surfaces. It has a Honda GX200 engine for reliability and power, and it comes with a spray gun and extension wand for easy use. It also includes five QC nozzle tips for versatility, and it delivers 2.5 GPM of water flow for quick cleaning. This pressure washer is easy to operate and makes short work of any cleaning task.
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|Product Dimensions||34 x 21 x 24 inches|
|Product Weight||84 pounds|
All You Gotta Know About Simpson PS3228
The simpson powershot 3300 psi container at 2.5 gallons is well-suited for professional users and deep outdoor cleaning needs. These rental options exist for truck and equipment routine maintenance, facility and fleet cleaning, and industrial jobs. Designed to meet the requirements of a cleaning professional, this system is engineered to handle intense pressure. The ps3228 has a commercial engine by honda with a valve body, a nuclear reactor gasket, a reversing valve, and an efficient triplex body with a coolant spray gun. It has an 25-foot black and abrasion-resistant hose hose, an ergonomic spray gun, and 5 quick-connect nozzles. For expert deck cleaners and energy shot professionals alike, the frame’s sturdy frame makes it both a good deal and also plus agreeable to transport. Ideal for professionals with a variety of occupations including clean-up, wood extraction, paint repair, graffiti eradication, and more. For expert deck cleaners and energy shot professionals alike, the frame’s sturdy frame makes it both a good deal and also plus agreeable to transport. Ideal for professionals with a variety of occupations including clean-up, wood extraction, paint repair, graffiti eradication, and more.
Top Customer Reviews for Simpson PS3228
Eric Powers rated Simpson PS3228 5 out of 5 stars on May 5, 2022 and this is exact feedback provided:
A few tips for selecting a quality Power Washer
Spent time pouring through specs on power washers or owned a power washer that died without warranty coverage? Then you already know what should have been a simple purchase was anything but, because:- GPM and mobility, not just PSI- Pump warranty- Motor warranty…all matter a lot. It doesn’t help that the choice of models is overcrowded among a vast range of PSI values carrying price tags that can sometimes punch you in the pocket book before you ever make it to the mound of detailed specs that await parsing. It’s sure to exhaust anyone!The most important aspect of any power washer is how well it gets the job done. This is why you need to consider GPM as well as PSI, because any gas power washer is going to put an electric model to shame when it comes to getting a job done fast and right. Electric washers spray about half as much water in one minute as gas models do, which is fine for an occasional car wash only. Think about that discolored wood fence in your backyard and how long that will take to wash clean with half as much water attacking the grime—-twice as long! Just bear in mind that 4000psi and 2.7gpm is probably going to rip the paint of your vehicle—-I learned that lesson first hand. You’ll also want to consider being tethered to an electrical cord which can get expensive and heavy if you believe in high quality cords that don’t electrocute you when submerged in suds and water versus the mobility and freedom gas powered models offer. Is that fence in the backyard 200ft away from the nearest wall plug?A power washer that does well in the areas I just described will not be cheap, so it needs to last. Don’t be afraid to pay more for a model that includes substantial warranty coverage. Read the print carefully, because warranties will most likely be split apart for the motor, pump, and remaining portion of the washer. Each of those will also run a for different lengths of time for their respective coverage so that your ability to compare different models feels more like an IQ test. A manufacturer’s model that specifically covers both pump and motor for 5 years is going to provide much more peace of mind when problems strike than a billboard sized 5 year limited warranty. Because buried in the fine print you skipped over it clearly stated the pump and motor are covered separately by only a 12 month warranty.Show more +
Taz rated Simpson PS3228 3 out of 5 stars on August 22, 2018 and this is exact feedback provided:
Awesome pressure washer but required a bit of work to get going the first time
I read the other reviews and was a bit worried about whether this would work for me. It has been a challenge getting this running and leak free, but has been worth it. Would have given it a 5 rating if the following didn’t happen:a) Pump oil was low – had to add oil to the middle of the bubble in the pump window. Oil is definitely necessary to keep the pump workingb) Engine would not start because the air filter was so soaked in oil, it choked out the engine — I washed the paper filter and foam filter cover with Purple Power (bought on Amazon), let it dry and now the engine runs fine with the filters in place.c) The two pressure relief brass fittings on the pump were leaking. I just tightened them a bit (be careful as you can crack the aluminum pump body if you over tighten)Read the directions carefully before using the pressure washer:a) I prime the pump before using — I let the water run until all the air is out of the hose. If you don’t you will burn out the pump. The AAA pump instructions suggests a 30 second prime… but my longer hoses take… well, longer.b) When done, I take the pump hose off and inject “pump saver” after I’m done to protect the inside of the pump. You screw it on the inlet hose side, spray until it comes out the hi pressure hose side. I bought the pump saver at a big box hardware store, but you can order on Amazon if you want. My last pump rusted shut and I don’t want that to happen again.c) I changed the engine and pump oil after 10 hours — I’m careful about breaking in my equipment right. There was a lot of ‘break in’ metal in both oils.Be careful — I use 15w-50 in the pump which I use in my tractor and zero turn mower transmissions. I get the oil at a big box autoparts store and have to ask at the desk because they stock it in back. I DO NOT use the normal 30 weight “pump oil” sold at big box hardware stores because the AAA pump on this unit will burn out.I used Briggs and Stratton 30w small, air cooled engine oil. Again, I don’t use normal 30w automobile engine oil as it doesn’t have the right additives for an air cooled engine.Hope this all helps.Show more +