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Hot Water Pressure Washers

All-Electric and Fuel Fired Pressure Washersall electric pressure washer


All-Electric Pressure Washers

Sioux has available two lines of All-electric pressure washers and steam cleaners. The EN Series features an extra heavy-duty industrial steel frame that is built for extremely rugged operating environments such as in the petroleum, mining, and waste water treatment industries.

The EN Series also features explosion proof  pressure washers that are available for use in hazardous (classified) locations, per OSHA 1910.303(a).


The E Series units are for markets that require the same cleaning power as the EN Series but in a compact, portable commercial design. These pressure washers  have a heavy duty industrial steel frame and utilize similar components as the larger EN Series. These units are ideal for applications where portability and space are a concern such as pharmaceutical, chemical, food processing, fuel fired pressure washerand general manufacturing facilities.



The Dakota II line of fuel-fired pressure washers are available with electric motors and Diesel, Natural Gas or Liquid Propane fired burners. Gas or diesel engine driven units are also available. Fuel-fired pressure washers feature an extra heavy-duty industrial steel frame that is built for extremely rugged operating environments.



Options for hot water pressure washer models include:  

  • Alternate electricals including 50 Hz and 60 Hz
  • Water tanks
  • Stainless steel frames and heating coils
  • Gas and diesel engines and generators
  • Custom dimensions
  • and many more!


Standard Specifications Include:
• 2 - 10 GPM (7.6 - 37.9 LPM)
• 750 - 3,000 PSI (52 - 206.85 BAR)
• 135° -  204°F (57° - 96°C) Hot Water
• Electrically heated or Oil, LP, or Natural Gas fired
• Standard models certified to UL 1776 and CAN/CSA-B140.11 M89 by ETL
• Explosion-proof models available
• Each washer model is available trailer, skid, or caster mounted


Using steam vs. hot pressure washers?

Visit our Why Steam? page to learn the difference.