For over 25 years, Northern California’s expert provider of industrial wash and wastewater solutions to reduce, contain and treat water

Premium Series Electric Stationary Belt Drive DC-3004-WSE3G*

DC-3004-WSE3G

Designed for use in wash bays to clean vehicles and in restaurants to keep floors and worktables clean, this stationary pressure washer is constructed of stainless-steel to resist rust and corrosion.

Pump: Belt drive triplex piston General pump with ceramic plungers · Stainless-steel and brass unloader with preset pressure · Forged brass manifold · Thermal relief valve · Quick connect low pressure detergent injector · Pump accepts incoming water up to 175ºF

Motor: Open drip-proof electric motor · 4-foot electrical cord with GFCI

Frame: Stainless-steel base and frame with removable panels

Component: Time delay shutdown 

Unit Includes: Quick connect nozzles - 0º, 15º, 25º and 40º · 50-foot x 3/8-inch high pressure black hose with quick connects, swivel and bend restrictors · Insulated trigger gun with safety lock-off · Adjustable pressure insulated dual lance 

*460V motors available as options

Specifications

PSI 3000
GPM 3.9
Horsepower/Motor 8.0 HP, 230V, 3Ø, 20.0A
Pump General
Unloader Factory preset
Plug Type NEMA L15-30P
Lance Adjustable, dual
Drive Type Belt Drive Pressure Washers
Mobility Stationary Pressure Washers
Water Temperature Cold Water Pressure Washers

Weights & Dimensions

Net Weight 234.00 lbs.
Shipping Weight 292.00 lbs.
Length 29.50 in.
Width 20.50 in.
Height 15.00 in.

Auto Start/Stop CX-0069

When trigger gun is released, the timer will turn unit off; when trigger gun is pulled unit will restart

460V on 8.0 HP, 3 Phase Models CX-0077

For when you have 460V of power available

Remote Box CX-0078

Adds control box which may be mounted away from unit to control on/off, not available on models with auto start/stop

Hour Meter CX-0096

Displays number of hours unit has been in operation

Additional Remote Boxes (up to 3) CX-0109

Additional remote boxes (up to 3)

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