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The igniter or transformer is a major component required in a diesel-fired hot water pressure washer burner system. These burner parts (although slightly different, the terms are commonly used interchangeably) provide the electrical current, which is transferred into the burner electrodes, resulting in a spark that ignites the diesel fuel being supplied into the combustion chamber by the delavan burner fuel nozzle. When ignited, this diesel fuel continues to spray into the burn chamber, providing a flame that heats the water inside the pressure washer heating coil, providing constant hot water for the pressure washer user.

You’ll find a comprehensive selection of pressure washer ignitors and power washer transformers here at shoppressurewasherparts.com. Selecting the correct igniter or transformer for your particular hot water power washer is crucial as there are numerous factors that need to be considered prior to ordering such as: hinge position, available in side-mount, rear-mount or back-mount configurations, electrical configurations available in 110- and 220-volt AC or 12-volt DC power options, as well as overall dimensions of the ignitor.

ShopPressureWasherParts.com's customer service representatives have a complete library of parts manuals for most major brands of hot water pressure washers including Landa, Hotsy, Shark, Karcher, Hydrotek, Mi-t-m, Alkota and Aaladin. If you are uncertain as to which pressure washer igniter your hot water pressure washer requires, please contact us for assistance. We're always happy to help!

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Beckett and Wayne ignitors and transformers - side, back or rear mount designs available in 110 volt, 220 volt or 12 vdc.

For use on Hotsy, Landa, Hydrotek, Delco, Mi-T-M, Alkota, Aaladin and many more
hot water pressure washers!
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