7hp Petrol High Pressure Cleaner 210cc

The BS-170SP is an innovative, reliable cleaning device for professionals.


7hp petro high pressure washer 210cc Details

BISON, the leading brand in the manufacture of gasoline pressure washers, brings you the new 7 hp pressure washer 210cc, designed to meet the toughest cleaning challenges. With a focus on power, efficiency, and durability, the BS-170SP is the perfect addition to dealer stock.

Equipped with a powerful 7hp engine and 210cc displacement, this gasoline pressure washer delivers amazing performance and ensures a thorough clean even in the most demanding environments. From oil spills to stubborn stains, the BISON BS-170SP effortlessly removes dirt and leaves surfaces looking like new.

BISON is committed to providing innovative, reliable cleaning equipment to professionals. we provide:

  • precise control: The included trigger gun with a spray gun and 5 nozzle heads of the pressure washer 210cc provide precise control over the cleaning process, allowing users to adjust the spray pattern and intensity to their specific needs. The working pressure range is 154 bar to 180 bar (2200psi to 2610psi) and the flow rate is 9lpm (2.38gpm), achieving targeted cleaning to wide coverage.
  • Durability & reliability: Made from premium materials and backed by strict quality assurance standards, the 7hp petrol pressure washer is built to withstand the rigors of daily use. The machine body has been specially designed and with proper maintenance this machine will meet the demands of frequent use and provide excellent performance, making it a wise investment for any cleaning operation and ideal for rental fleets or professional cleaning companies.
  • Superior customer support: Our team of professionals is ready to provide your customers with comprehensive support, from technical assistance to readily available replacement parts.
  • Competitive pricing: provides exceptional value for your investment, allowing you to provide your customers with best-in-class cleaning solutions without high expense, just high sales.

With a BISON gasoline pressure washer supplier, you get a brand that combines power, efficiency, and reliability. The BS-170SP represents a commitment to excellence. Contact us today to discuss becoming a BISON dealer and promoting sales.

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product parameters
Model: BS-170SP
Working Presure: 7hp//210CC recoil start
Flow Rate: 3.4gpm/12.6lpm
Working Pressure 154bar-180bar 2200psi-2610psi 


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BISON Pressure Washer Frequently Asked Questions

To properly store your pressure washer, you must first drain the gas from its motor and run it dry. The pump should have antifreeze run through it, and left inside the pump. This will protect the pump from freezing as well as protect the pump internally from corrosion caused by the water. In addition, it lubricated and protects the seals from drying out, making it ready to use at a moment’s notice. Disconnect all the hoses from the machine, empty them of liquids, and wipe them down. Store your pressure washer in a cool, dry space.

Refer to your User Manual for instructions on which oil to use for which part of your pressure washer. Most pumps use a 30W non-detergent oil.

There are many possible explanations for why your pressure washer isn’t reaching full pressure. Your packings could be worn down, causing your pump to be less effective and have less of a seal around its openings. Your inlet water valve could be clogged, or the filter could be plugged, and not enough water could be getting into the machine. There could be a kink in the hose. Etc. Contact our exceptional customer service team with other possible questions about why your pressure washer isn’t reaching full pressure.

1. Always disconnect your spray wand from the gun before cleaning your nozzles!
2. Clear the nozzle with a small rigid piece of wire such as a paper clip.
3. Flush the nozzle backwards with water.
4. Reconnect the wand to the gun
5. Restart the pressure washer and depress the trigger on the spray gun.
If the nozzle is still plugged or partially plugged, repeat number 1-4.

If the previous procedure does not clear the nozzle, replace with a new nozzle.

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