How To Choose

Which pressure washer is right for you?

How much will you be using your pressure washer?

0-15 Hours Per Week
ChoreMaster 3200
  • Mi-T-M engine with 1-year warranty
  • Mi-T-M pump with 5-year warranty
  • Mild steel frame
15-20 Hours Per Week
ChoreMaster 3200
  • Mi-T-M engine with 1-year warranty
  • Mi-T-M pump with 5-year warranty
  • Mild steel frame
Work Pro 3200
  • Work Pro 3200 has Honda engine with 3-year warranty
  • Mi-T-M pump with 5-year warranty
  • Mild steel frame
20-30 Hours Per Week
Work Pro 3200
  • Work Pro 3200 has Honda engine with 3-year warranty
  • Mi-T-M pump with 5-year warranty
  • Mild steel frame
Job Pro 4000 Direct Drive
  • 4000 PSI @ 3.5 GPM
  • Honda engine
  • AR pump with 7-year warranty
  • Aluminum frame
30-40 Hours Per Week
Job Pro 4000 Direct Drive
  • 4000 PSI @ 3.5 GPM
  • Honda engine
  • AR pump with 7-year warranty
  • Aluminum frame
Job Pro 4000 Belt Drive
  • 4000 PSI @ 4.0 GPM
  • Honda engine
  • General pump with 7-year warranty
  • Aluminum frame

How important is job turnout speed? Cleaning units are determined by PSI x GPM and is the measure of how quickly you can clean with a pressure washer.

Not a Priority
ChoreMaster 3200
  • 3200 PSI @ 2.4 GPM = 7680 cleaning units
Work Pro 3200
  • 3200 PSI @ 2.4 GPM = 7680 cleaning units
Important
Job Pro 4000 Direct Drive
  • 4000 PSI @ 3.5 GPM = 14000 cleaning units
  • 82% increase from 7680 cleaning units
A Top Priority
Job Pro 4000 Belt Drive
  • 4000 PSI @ 4.0 GPM = 16000 cleaning units
  • 108% increase from 7680 cleaning units
  • 15% increase from 14000 cleaning units

What application will the washer be used for?

1-Person Transport (Small and Medium Cleaning Jobs, Decks and Miscellaneous Prep Work)
ChoreMaster 32000

Work Pro 3200
Cleaning concrete, outdoor and maintenance equipment, multi-unit properties
Work Pro 3200

Job Pro 4000 Direct Drive
Cleaning large properties and fleet vehicles, graffiti removal, restoration projects
Job Pro 4000 Direct Drive

Job Pro 4000 Belt Drive
Cleaning large commercial properties, industrial maintenance, large buildings and bridgework
Job Pro 4000 Belt Drive

Belt vs. Direct

A pressure washer with a direct drive pump is generally used for applications requiring less than 30 hours of use per week. The pump is directly coupled to the engine making the pump spin twice as fast as a belt drive model. A direct drive pressure washer is usually more compact with a lower cost.

Most commonly used on large commercial and industrial jobs, a pressure washer with a belt drive pump is ideal for applications requiring 30 or more hours of use per week. The belt connecting the engine with the high pressure pump dissipates the heat and vibration extending the life of the pump. Belt drive pressure washers generally cost more than a direct drive model.