HotBox hot water high pressure cleaningThe Hawk HotBox converts a standard cold water high pressure cleaner to a hot water unit. The HotBox is an electrically operated diesel-fired boiler unit.

This exciting design has gained huge popularity in the high pressure cleaning industry because of its versatility. The Hotbox can be ‘shared’ among a team of cold water high pressure cleaners, reducing costs.

The stainless sides clip off for easy access to the boiler and burner. The chassis ends and top plates are made super strong as they are made from 2mm thick steel.

HotBox Specifications

HotBox

11-21 L/min.

200bar

20L Diesel Tank.

90°C

HotBox Features

  • Connects to any standard high pressure cleaner
  • Heats water to 90°C
  • Thermostatic temperature adjustment from 0 – 90°C
  • Diesel-fired boiler unit capable of handling pressures of up to 200bar
  • Removable stainless steel side covers
  • Safety dump valve to prevent pressure overload
  • High volume air blower supplies oxygen to the flame to ensure clean, smokeless emissions
  • 5m Electric cable with 15amp plug

HotBox Hot Water Accessory

Components of HotBox

Components of HotBox

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Custom Design

Hawk have an enviable reputation for being able to custom design solutions for local problems. All equipment is manufactured at the Durban factory where quality and practicality are always considered. The resulting solutions are designed to be robust enough for the tough African market.

Our Guarantee

Precision engineering and the use of high quality materials have enabled Hawk in South Africa to give a comprehensive guarantee to cover their products. A full one year’s warranty covers the workmanship and materials against defects (excluding wear and tear items) on all manufactured units.

Non-foaming Oil

Hawk Non-Foaming OilHawk Oil has been developed in conjunction with a leading oil manufacturer for the Hawk range of high pressure piston pumps. The Hawk oil is non-foaming, thereby reducing the amount of bubbles in the oil, and the amount of air in the bearings. This in turn increases the lubricating properties of the oil. The lack of emulsifiers in the oil reduces its ability to become milky in humid conditions.