Adjustable Thermostat | Temperature Sensor | Burner Control
Having a working pressure washer temperature sensor on any hot water pressure washer unit is a critical safety feature that protects both the user and the equipment from the risk of dangerous overheating. A pressure washer thermostat allows for adjustment of the water temperature, resulting in better burner control and of the cleaning process. Unlike a thermostat, a hi-limit switch cannot be adjusted.
The Hotsy thermostat options offered here include a two-meter electrical lead, and a one-meter electrical lead mainly used on older Hotsy units. Both allow a maximum temperature setting of 248°F. The newer style Hotsy thermostat also offers a two-meter lead, with a shorter probe. Its universal design allows for use on all new style Hotsy pressure washers, manufactured after approximately 2012. We also offer universal panel-mounted, adjustable power washer thermostat units which include easy-to-read dials,
available with maximum temperature settings of 194°F, 248°F and 302°F, as well as the Landa flow through thermostats with replaceable fenwall switch.