SIMPSON Cleaning MB1223 1200 PSI at 2.3 GPM Electric Pressure Washer Powered by 120 Volt Heavy Duty Induction Motor with General Pump Triplex Pump
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- Diesel fired burner: creates a temperature rise up to 100-Degree above incoming water source
- 4 Quick connect nozzles: 15,25,40,soap
- Downstream injection system
- 2 Wheel cart, heavy duty steel construction
- 5/16-Inch, 25-Foot high pressure hose
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|Item Dimensions||41 x 24.25 x 33.5 inches|
|Item Weight||255 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MB1223|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1 Year Limited Commercial Warranty | Pump - 1 Year Limited Warranty | Frame - 10 Year Limited Warranty|
|Shipping Weight||239 pounds|
SIMPSON MB1223 mini-brute hot water pressure washer features heavy duty 120 volt induction motor and general triplex pump commercial series.
From the Manufacturer
The "Mini-Brute" Vertical Direct Hot Water pressure washer was conceived for the farm, job shop, or detail specialist. The clean burning fuel efficient combustion chamber is diesel or kerosene fired and will provide up to a 100 degree heat rise. While the burner is diesel fired, the pump/motor/blower system operates on a 120V outlet. The axial cam pump is driven by an induction motor which is equipped with an Automatic Total Stop system to shut off motor and pump when spray trigger is released. Extra large steel fuel tank provides all-day cleaning without refueling. A stable stance and a compact design combined with 13" pneumatic tires make the Mini-Brute highly maneuverable around the shop or farm. Key features include: 120 Volt Induction Motor with 35ft Power Cord and GFCI protection; 1700 psi @ 1.8 gpm; Heavy duty frame with powder coated paint finish. Convenient on-board storage for spray gun, wand, high pressure hose , electric cord and QC nozzles. 4 Quick Connect nozzles; 25 ft Industrial steel braid hot water hose; Overpressure safety relief valve; High temperature limit switch for safe operation; In-line chemical injection system;. Meets UL - 1776 standards; Meets PWMA (Pressure Washer Manufacturers Association) standards for performance ratings.
Top Customer Reviews
I also like the Simpson company. I had a question from the owner's manual and the General Sales Manager took the time to answer my question, right away, and he knows his onions.
I am completely satisfied and glad I purchased this little Simpson hot washer.
The second machine arrived with the surrounding box all torn and in a small van. This is heavy and we had to literally drop it off the vehicle to use a hand truck. Not suitable. I suggest a regular carrier with a loading deck or a forklift.
SEE ADDENDUM FROM May 2014 below...
INSTRUCTIONS - The owner's manual warned about the washer containing some anti-freeze solution, which it did not. It also shows older pictures not representing the actual machine. I found that annoying.
You need however to purge the chemical injection line as it is full of gunk.
USAGE - The machine started flawlessly both on the HP cleaner and the burner. I used road diesel, always have.
LEAKAGE - The water connection did not leak. There is a label near the fuel tank stating that the level of fuel should not go over the lowest part of the pipe. Even with that, the plug leaks when you move the machine, as it has to be tilted to the back, applying pressure on the plug. This leaves a very unpleasant trail of fuel on the floor.
SUMMARY - This is a good machine with major engineering flaws. It should be extremely easy for the manufacturer to fix. I am sure that they are aware of the problems.
ADDED on May 21, 2014 :
This machine is very poorly designed for transportation. The diesel leak is not getting any better and diesel gas spillage stains and stinks. It is very heavy and the leverage on the handle is insufficient for the average person to allow for an easy move from places to places.
While moving the machine from the garage to where it was to be used, I noticed that the burner unit was loose. The three strong bolts holding the burner unit to the frame were tight. I was shocked to discover that the very heavy burner unit is only secured to the frame by three small drilling screws holding only through the sheet metal. All three screws were loose and one of them was actually in a hole about 3 times larger that its size and about 1" away from the pre-drilled hole in the strong base.
This is some engineering ! Consider flying in an Airbus whose engines are attached with plastic bolts. What were they thinking ?
The machine works well and I am going to fix the problems. I should not have to do that.
If I were today on the market for this type of machine, I would wait though for the manufacturer to remove the flaws.