Wash Rig Trailer Tour
The supply hose hooks to a water spigot at the property being serviced, and fills a 200 gallon "buffer" tank. This buffer tank feeds the pressure washer pump, as some water supply lines cannot keep up with its 8 gallons per minute of draw. Having 200' of both supply and pressure/chemical hose, allows for up to a 400' radius of cleaning without having to relocate the rig. Generally speaking this means the rig isn't moved again after setup until the service is complete, and all equipment stays on the trailer.
The pressure washer pump can apply chemical ratios up to 1% by volume, this is sufficient for house washing as well as mild applications of degreasers, caustics, acids, and neutralizers. Stronger chemical concentrations are applied via the dedicated diaphragm pump, and can put out ratios up to 50% or more by volume. Stainless steel, or chemical resistant polypropylene in low pressure lines, is used in all of the fittings, manifolds, reels, and valves for dependability (brass, pvc, and regular steel wouldn't last long).