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Streamliner Vanguard Belt Comet 4000 PSI 4 GPM Hot Pressure Washer


Streamliner Vanguard Belt Drive Comet 4000 PSI 4 GPM Hot Pressure Washer – 65017

Image shows a Streamliner unit installed with a Honda Engine. Actual product may differ from picture.
The Streamliner is equipped with a high-performance pressure washing system driven by an electric start single cylinder engine, featuring an adjustable thermostat for temperature control.
It utilizes a reliable Wayne combustion burner with automatic electronic ignition, as well as a double insulated heating coil system in stainless steel housing.
Heating of the pressurized water is done effectively with a diesel fired heating system.
Additionally, it will fit through 36″ doorways and can be used either as a stationary unit or made portable with optional wheel kit.

Pressure Washer Features:

  • Vanguard 479cc Engine with Comet 4000 PSI 4 GPM Pump
  • Pro gun handle rated 320 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • 48″ Insulated grip lance with 1/4″ Quick Connects.
  • 3/8″ x 50′ Steel-braided Armor Hose.
  • Stainless Steel 15, 25, 40 and aluminum soap Quick Connect nozzles.
  • Downstream detergent injector.

Unit Features:

  • NEMA 4X electrical enclosure with rocker switch, thermostat control and hour meter.
  • 1/2″ Schedule 80 coil piping.
  • Single cylinder engine.
  • Stainless steel coil cover.
  • Isolated pump & engine plate with vibration dampeners.
  • Large capacity engine & burner fuel tanks.

Frame Features:

  • Dimensions: 40″ x 25″ x 41″
  • Heavy-duty steel base.
  • 1-1/2″ Round tube design.
  • Powder coated for corrosion resistance.


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Prop 65 Warning!

This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer.