Testimonials

A Great Machine!

I own an ECHO Bear Cat 75311 (SC3342) Chipper/Shredder. (A great machine.) I have owned it for five years. This is a great working & beautifully designed piece of machinery. I change the shredder knives ever couple of years because I shred a lot of leaves for composting every year.

I usually process about 10 - 12 yards of chopped leaves each fall. The 75311 (SC3342) Chipper/Shredder chops them up just great. After rotting down, I end up with 5 - 6 yards of great soil for the garden. All made possible by my ECHO Bear Cat chipper/shredder. Couldn't be without it. It really is one great machine. 

Michael A.
Hamden, CT


 

Products

PW1813E Pressure Washer

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MSRP $199


The all new ECHO Bear Cat PW1813E electric pressure washer is equipped with all of the features an eco friendly consumer could want. The 1.3 GPM pressure washer operates at up to 1800 PSI, all while using 80% less water than a traditional garden hose would use to do the same job. It's the ideal consumer level pressure washer for cleaning cars, trucks, decks, fences, patios or any other job a property owner needs done.

Features:

  • 20 FT HOSE
  • CONVENIENT HOSE REEL
  • 2-PIECE QUICK CONNECT
  • VARIABLE SPRAY &
  • PRESSURE NOZZLE
  • TURBO NOZZLE
  • TOTAL STOP SYSTEM
  • DETERGENT BOTTLE
  • SPRAY GUN HOLSTER
The PW1813E is covered by a one (1) year consumer warranty.

Dimensions
L x W x H (In.)
9 x 11 x 32
Weight (lbs.)
25
Pressure Washers
Pump Style
Wobble
Max. GPM (Gallons Per Minute)
1.3
PSI
1800


Can pressure washer pumps be rebuilt?
The pumps used on gasoline engine powered models can be rebuilt. ECHO Bear Cat has part numbers set up for pump rebuild kits that come complete with the seals, valves, etc. The pump on the PW1813E electric pressure is not rebuildable and will need to be replaced upon failure.
Is it bad to run the pump dry?
Absolutely. The water pump shaft and impeller are spinning at extremely fast rates. With no water to transfer their rotational energy to, that energy is released as heat instead. If the pump is run dry, its moving parts will become extremely hot, causing severe damage to the pump over time and greatly limiting its service life.
What are the most common types of pressure washer pumps?
Wobble, Axial and Triplex. Wobble pumps are used on entry level electric pressure washers. Axial cam pumps are more reliable and used most often on consumer grade pressure washers. Triplex plunger pumps are more heavy-duty, serviceable, and most often used on quality contractor level pressure washers.