15hp Heavy 300l Trolley Type Pressure Washer

Designed for heavy-duty cleaning, the BS-GE250T handles your cleaning jobs with ease.


Heavy 300l Trolley Type Pressure Washer Details

Designed for heavy-duty cleaning tasks, the BISON 300L cart-mounted pressure washer combines a heavy-duty 15HP engine with electric start for seamless operation. The BS-GE250T is enhanced by a triplex piston pump ensuring durability and performance. With a maximum pressure of 3600 psi (250 bar) and flow rates up to 4 gpm (15 lpm), it handles the most demanding cleaning jobs with ease.

Main selling points of 15 HP heavy-duty 300L cart-type pressure washer:

Impressive power: The 15HP engine ensures this pressure washer can handle industrial-grade cleaning jobs, providing an efficient way to work.

High-pressure cleaning: The BISON heavy-duty pressure washer breaks through dirt at 3600 psi pressure and works with a triplex piston pump to provide stable and powerful flow, extending the life of the machine.

Large capacity: The 15-horsepower cart-type high-pressure washer is equipped with a large 300L water tank, which eliminates the need for frequent water refills and maximizes the work efficiency of cleaning personnel.

Gas/oil charging: BS-GE250T has an independent power supply, no need to rely on an external power supply. This means you can work outdoors, away from electrical outlets, or where there is no electricity.

Advanced start: Electric start makes it easy to start your machine, streamlining your workflow and maximizing your workday efficiency.

The BISON Heavy Duty 300L Pressure Washer is the ultimate solution for professional cleaning emergencies, this machine is more than just an addition to your inventory; it’s an unwavering commitment to customer cleanliness and efficiency. Partner with BISON and let’s raise the bar for commercial and industrial cleaning together.

Advantages of cooperation:

  1. Exceptional Value: As a dealer, provide your customers with high-performance commercial cleaning technology at a price that strengthens your competitive advantage.
  2. Product Customization: Get information about the BISON 15hp 300L vacuum cleaner. We provide you with private customization from function, appearance to parameters, allowing you to sell your products to specific customer groups.
  3. After-Sales Support: Benefit from BISON’s dedicated after-sales service, which helps ensure customer satisfaction and assists in developing long-term customer relationships.
product parameters
Model BS-GE250T
Fuel type Gas/Petro
ctivation method 15HP electric startac
Pump type Triplex Plunger Pump
Max pressure 3600psi/250bar
Flow Rate 4gpm/15lpm




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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