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Floor Scrubber Dryers & Sweepers

We supply and service a range of floor scrubber dryers and floor cleaning machines from Numatic International. Each machine we sell comes with full onsite after sales backup service. We also have a range of scrubber dryer chemicals and detergents, pads and accessories. Get in touch for a FREE site demonstration. Read More...

Industrial Pressure Washer Sales

Whether you are looking to buy new equipment such as pressure washers, steam cleaners or cold water pressure washer for the first time or upgrading your current machines we can provide you with virtually anything you will need around your industrial cleaning equipment requirements. Get in touch for a free site survey.

Pressure Washer Repair & Service

Pressure washer repair and service in Somerset & Dorset? Our onsite pressure washer engineering technicians have fully stocked vans and can repair and service all makes and models of pressure washer on-site. We service and repair industrial pressure washers in Somerset, Dorset and the South West. Need a Karcher pressure washer hose? Call our Service Department.

Book A Callout. You can arrange to have one of our qualified pressure washer service engineers to visit your site to carry out a pressure washer service.


West Country's robust pressure washer solutions come with fast on site service and backed by the best warranty in the business.

You can trust West Country to keep you cleaning.


We wont sell you a 'box'. We know that every customer has their own particular needs, so thats why we will give you a tailor made solution. Get started by telling us what your issue is and we will show you how we can help.


West Country have been providing pressure washer sales & service for quite a while. With over 25 years experience and a fast first class service you can trust us to keep your equipment running. There is no substitute for experience.

Our onsite engineering technicians have fully stocked vehicles that enable us to repair most pressure washer problems without having to recall to site. No delay ordering parts, No taking equipment away, No huge bills - West Country gets the job done.

We also design, manufacture, install and service our own heavy duty equipment. Our range of static cabinet pressure washers are the backbone of Industry and fully customisable. They keep your business cleaning with reliable and dependable operation.

Everything we supply is robust - our products are built to withstand our good old british weather and our routine service and preventative maintence packages ensure you get the best from your equipment with no downtime.

I think you will agree, there is nothing more frustrating than your pressure washer blowing fuses. Find a screwdriver, go hunting for fuses, complaining wife because the kettle wont work... Hopefully some of the suggestions below will help you solve your little problem.

A common question we get asked is why is my pressure washer blowing fuses? There are many reasons why your pressure washer is frustratingly blowing fuses, or the thermal trip is operating.

Are you using an extension lead? If you must use an extension lead, then it must be a minimum of 2.5mm on each core, and I recommend that it is no longer than 10 meters.

On industrial pressure washers using a blue 16 amp plug and socket is recommended, and are these are less prone to damage too. ALWAYS USE AN RCD. This goes without saying.

It’s always better to use an extension high pressure hose rather than a lead.

ALWAYS pull the trigger to dispel any trapped pressure in the hose before trying to turn the machine on. (It’s like trying to start your car in 3rd gear otherwise, its virtually impossible, you wouldn’t do it to your car so don’t do it to your pressure washer.)

Is the lance nozzle partially blocked? I’ve been to plenty of pressure washers on site that are blowing fuses only to get there to find that the nozzle is blocked with crud.

Is the supply voltage correct? If it’s dropped because the electricity board hamsters are not running fast enough then the main motor will pull more current as a result blowing fuses in the plug or activating the thermal trip.

All the industrial pressure washers we sell have big motors fitted to them, that require the correct electric supply at the machine, if it’s not right the machine will let you know its unhappy. Either by flashing lights, or by smoking the motor in spectacular fashion!

The bottom line!- 95 % of the time, blowing fuses etc. is down to operator error. Bit harsh but true!

Still blowing fuses after all of the above? – Remove the high pressure hose and turn the machine on. Buzzing noise then the fuse pops? – Call your local pressure washer specialist for help.

If you have an ammeter for measuring the amount of AMPS ,(current) the machine is drawing then it’s always good to know this figure, or get a qualified person to do the test for you.

Machine blows fuse in between normal running, shutdown then restart.

Most probably caused by that little leak you’ve been ignoring. Basically the motor is restarting because of the pressure drop, but because the trigger is not open , this overloads the motor causing the fuses to blow. Fix the leak. Sometimes the leak can be internal inside the pump or bypass valve, call your local specialist.

Always seek expert advice when dealing with your expensive industrial cleaning equipment. if you are in Somerset or Dorset then give us a call on 01935 411876.

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West Country Environmental Ltd
Unit 10 Boundary Avenue Commerce Park
Boundary Avenue
BA22 8UU
Tel: 01935 411876

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Monday to Friday 0800 - 1700
Please Note: We operate an ONSITE service. Please call or email to arrange an appointment before visiting us, as our offices are not always manned. 

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