Evolution EVO-System EVO200 6.5hp Petrol Engine
i bought evo 200 petrol engine with evo pw3200 pressure washer followed all the instruction as stated but unable to get the pw3200 pressure washer to work phone evolution systems very helpful and understanding they decided to send new pw3200 pressure washer no change so evolution sent all new evo200 engine and pw3200 pressure washer sytem now everything works brilliant
12 Apr 2015
Very reliable engine
I've had this as a generator for a while now and it's had some time same sat in a cold garage but when it does get used it gets a lot of use and starts 1st time every time then continues to run well. What more could you ask of a generator. Also I like the idea of only needing to buy the motor for a water pump so if I need to start using one I will definitely invest in that accessory. Also it's light and easy to lift, perfect when you have to lift it in/out the van on your own. Worth the purchase.
29 Dec 2014
Don't buy one if you want to use as in my case the power washer, it doesn't like to get wet, and the welding on the main unit is poor at best, we've had two of these on one job and both units wheels fell off, and before the job was completed they simply gave up working!
4 Nov 2014
Evolution engine + washer
Nice bit of kit. Just bought the pressure washer attachment for now as it was half price with the engine.
Tiny bit of choke required to start even with a brief off period. Loads of welly to spin any attachment. As it puts out 6.5 hp that is more than you can ever expect from an electric jobby. (6.5hp = 4.85Kw)
And unlike an electric one the pump doesnât have a duty cycle so if like me you keep blasting for say 5 hours (totally knackered) the pressure is maintained.
Being on all the time, the engine is a little noisy for the environment but I always wear ear defenders. So as you hit the gun or put the engine under load the dBâs (noise) increase. Have run for about 10 hours so far and here are the findings.
Excellent maintained pressure from pressure washer pump (very dependent on water mains pressure as you would expect).
Depending on lance setting the water pressure WILL remove anything not fixed down but that is what you want from a jet wash although you can turn the motor down if required.
Going at full tilt it gets through 3L of gas in an hour + but you will have covered more mileage than an equivalent electric version.
On the negative side there are 2 plastic knobs with metal inserts that screw the handle to the frame. Not a good idea as they come loose with extended use and you have to tighten them hard if you donât want the handle to wobble. I fully expect these to break at some point being made of plastic. A better idea would perhaps be 2 metal pins with over centre levers or with pip pins.
As per other reviewer the plastic outer of the petrol tank cap mysteriously disappeared leaving just the inner metal bit, so worth sourcing a better cap from elsewhere. Itâs nothing elaborate so no need to worry.
The rubber compound from the wheels is coming off slowleeeeey :)
Have got through 3 electric versions from a Kew to a Karcher and what attracted me was the no nonsense design approach. What you see and get is all you need so you donât waste money on silly plastic drums that fall apart and inferior motors that die after a couple of years and if things do wear out they are replaceable and of course there are other attachments to boot with more in the pipe line. Iâll take a guess at a cement mixer drum :)
Go get one tomorrow you wonât be disappointed.
3 Mar 2014