Kranzle Pressure Washers have been manufactured in Germany since launch in 1974. Kranzle has rapidly become known for their superior performance and enduring quality. Over the years, Kranzle Pressure Washers have become the true benchmark for technical perfection.
From the beginning Kranzle emphasised the importance of uncompromisingly high manufacturing standards, demonstrated by the use of a special forged brass for their high-pressure pumps. Employing a unique ceramic coating for the pump pistons, only Kranzle pressure washers offer a 2-year warranty and a 10-year valve casing guarantee!
Exclusive to the UK, Kranzle high pressure cleaners are all fitted with moulded safety plugs. The professional series 230V machines are all supplied with Kranzle’s 'Easy-Start' mechanism. Not surprisingly, Kranzle pressure washers have become the preferred choice of discerning home enthusiasts, professional detailers and mobile valeters alike. The Easy-Start or Total Stop is a major benefit not only to the machine but also the user. When you are not blasting out the water, the machine will be in an off position. No noise, no wear on the motors, no major use of electricity. We believe that the TS ranges are some of the most desirable pressure washers on the market and the feature is found on the most popular Kranzle pressure washers.
Key features of Kranzle pressure washers include:
Kranzle offers several models of pressure washers, including:
Choose the machine with the requirements for the job you need, the best is not always the biggest and the smallest isn’t always the most user-friendly. Give us a call if you want to discuss the options in more detail. We also have a range of accessories to complement your Kranzle pressure washer including Kranzle Snow Foam Cannons.
To maintain a Kranzle pressure washer, follow these basic steps:
Kranzle pressure washers require less frequent service and maintenance than other brands all resulting in to lower costs over time. It is important to note that if running any chemicals through the machine to always use a more neutral pH where possible, not to use solvents as these will damage the seals and to always rinse through after each job.