Kärcher EASY!Force Trigger Gun helps reduce worker fatigue, injury during pressure washing

Kärcher North America, a subsidiary of Alfred Karcher GmbH & Co, is introducing the EASY!Force trigger gun for its line of commercial cold and hot water pressure washers. The new trigger gun uses the recoil force of the water spray to automatically hold the trigger down for for the operator, eliminating sore hands after hours of use.

The yellow and black trigger is visible at the back of the handle. The recoil of the water spray presses the handle into the ball of the hand. The trigger gun can be used in continuous operation without additional force and effort. A yellow safety lever in the handle prevents accidental operation of the trigger gun.

In addition to the unique ergonomic design, Kärcher's innovative trigger gun design also features:

Quick Set-Up: The new EASY!Lock connection system allows set-ups that are five times faster than existing systems. A simple 360-degree turn provides a fully-threaded secure connection.

Maximum Durability: The EASY!Force valve consists of a ceramic ball with ceramic sealing seat that is resistant to any particles liable to cause potential damage. This gives it a lifetime five times longer than trigger guns with conventional valve.

Built-In Safety: The trigger gun also features a mechanical safety to prevent accidental engagement for maximum safety without compromising its ease-of-use. 

The EASY!Force trigger gun will come standard with the purchase of select Kärcher cold and hot water pressure washers with a maximum pressure of up to 4,350 psi. To ensure all cleaning professionals can benefit from the new ergonomic design, Kärcher designed adaptors, allowing the trigger gun to be compatible with most existing pressure washers and accessories on the market.

To see the EASY!Force in action, visit https://youtu.be/ldxsToU803A or contact your local dealer. For more information, access www.karcher.com/us

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