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Old 07-23-2012, 08:12 PM   #1
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Can a 2.8 GPM Pressure Washer power a water broom?


is 2.8 gpm on a pressure washer (3400 psi) too "slow" to power a water broom?

What do you need to be able to use one to clean a driveway?

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Old 07-23-2012, 08:27 PM   #2
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Can a 2.8 GPM Pressure Washer power a water broom?


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is 2.8 gpm on a pressure washer (3400 psi) too "slow" to power a water broom?

What do you need to be able to use one to clean a driveway?

Thanks.
I just did a little research on them, your question kinda piqued my interest in the things also. Here's a website
http://www.pressurewashersdirect.com...922/p1646.html

Interestingly, none I looked at talked about a GPM requirement, just PSI and from the looks of it you could drive up to a 4 head broom with your washer. But, I have a feeling you would have better luck with a 3 head given only 2.8GPM. Click on the specs tab and the FAQ tab.

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