Wash Hand 2.0
Make light work of your dirty work by cutting wash time down by an incredible 85%-90%, while safely reducing worker exposure to disinfectant.
Self-propelled - let it wash while you work
Arm extends 6 feet and rotates 340° while Quick-Change spray nozzle rotates 360°
Stainless steel - ideal for wet conditions
Profit minded features
Wash hand hooks up to your existing pressure washing system using hot or cold water, and can be used with any chemical used by your washer.
WashHand 1:Belt 32.00
WashHand 1:Brake Kits 26.00
WashHand 1:Cable Grip 130.00
WashHand 1:Converter DC-DC 400.00
WashHand 1:Coupling 19.00
WashHand 1:Coupling Female 35.00
WashHand 1:Coupling Male 10.00
WashHand 1:Gauge 33.00
WashHand 1:Hose 3\8 Per Ft. 4.50
WashHand 1:Hose Ends 19.00
WashHand 1:Nozzle Adaptor 4.00
WashHand 1:Plastic 40.00
WashHand 1:PLC Beckhoff 9000 2,600.00
WashHand 1:Prox Cable 55.00
WashHand 1:Prox Switch 275.00
WashHand 1:Reel 425.00
WashHand 1:Sliders 10.00
WashHand 1:Spray Nozzle 8.00
WashHand 1:Swivel 103.00
WashHand 1:Tensioner 230.00
WashHand 1:WashHand Motor 695.00
WashHand 1:WashHand Relay 595.00
Now Available the Wash Hand 2.0 x 2!
Featuring Twin arms. For high volume and ultra fast washing.
See it in action!
Owner Seger Farms, Inc. in Ohio
“I would say the biggest benefit to using The Wash Hand is not having to stand in a steamy, hot, dirty, unhealthy environment for hours on end holding on to a pressure washing wand. Now I don’t even have to beg, bribe or threaten to get someone to wash out the building. It’s fun walking out knowing the building is being cleaned and you’re not getting dirty. I would definitely recommend that a swine producer at least try a unit and see for yourself.”
"We had been badly delayed by Dorian causing transportation snafus...starting last Wednesday as they cancelled our loads to move pigs around closer to her path. That has put us with moving 24-25 semis of pigs starting last Saturday through this Friday. Normally, that would have left us with little opportunity to do any washing at all. We are learning the best small increments of human prewash actions...then there is only the little bit in corners at both ends and where our sick pens interfere with her full swing (Mike is figuring out a retrofit so she can get that area, too.) He got the Wash Hand started late last Saturday, and we have gotten 1/3 of the farm done, should have half done Wednesday. I think she will be 2/3 done by Saturday midday. As he gets better at tweaking operating, she is making faster progress. I think that - thanks to your great invention - we will have the entire farm ready for pigs as they start arriving again next week...even taking the weekend off. I cannot overstate how crucial this robot is to our ability to accomplish what used to be the one job that ground up any humans we could hire to do it. None could have or would have stood up to the Wash Hands pace.”