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Model # DXPW3835

Internet # 203185011

Store SKU # 638463

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Honda GX270 3,800 psi 3.5 GPM Gas Pressure Washer

$799.00 /each
  • Reliable high performance premium HONDA GX270 Engine
  • Maintenance free AAA Triplex Pump with PowerBoost Technology
  • Steel-Braided Quick Connect high pressure hose

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Product Overview

These DEWALT machines are Guaranteed Tough. Built tough to meet the rigorous demands of the cleaning professional or anyone who expects the most out their machine. Perfect for deck cleaning, wood restoration, paint preparation, graffiti removal and all other professional cleaning services. Our gas-powered machines are equipped with HONDA GX OHV Commercial Series engines. These engines set the standard for durability and long life. The HONDA engines are paired with AAA industrial triplex plunger pumps, a brand with a history of over 40-years of innovation. AAA pumps are equipped with PowerBoost, a patent pending technology that delivers higher pressure to the spray nozzle, resulting in greater impact and cleaning performance.

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  • HONDA GX270 OHV commercial series engine with oil alert - engine oil is included
  • AAA industrial triplex plunger pump with ceramic pistons and powerboost technology which provides higher pressure at the nozzle
  • 3/8 in. x 50 ft. high pressure steel-braided hose is non-marring, kink and abrasion resistant and equipped with quick connectors
  • Welded steel frame, steel engine plate, solid steel axle and 13 in. pneumatic tires
  • Secondary handle for protection and on-the-go operating instructions
  • Pro-style spray wand with 5 quick connect nozzle tips - 0 Degree , 15 Degree , 25 Degree , 40 Degree and soap applicator nozzle
  • Professional spray gun with side grip and safety lock-out
  • Convenient on-board accessory storage for spray gun/wand, high pressure hose and nozzles
  • Downstream detergent injection system for use of cleaners
  • Limited warranty - commercial use - 3-years on Honda GX engine, 5-years on AAA pump, 10-years on frame components, 90 days on spray accessory items
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Choose the best nozzle that fits your pressure washer needs:

    Pressure Washer Nozzle Selection Guide

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
38 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
28.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
22.5 in 
Hose Diameter (In.) 
3/8 in 
Hose length (in.) 
600 
Wheel Diameter (in.) 
13 in 

Details

CA (CARB) Compliant 
CARB Compliant 
Commercial 
Yes 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial 
Detergent tank 
No 
Engine Displacement (cc) 
270 
Engine Make 
Honda 
Engine Type 
HONDA GX270 Commercial Series OHV Engine with Oil Alert 
Features 
Chemical/detergent injection,Quick connect tips 
Foldable handle 
No 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 
1.4 
GPM 
3.5 
Hose Material 
Other 
Included 
Onboard storage,Wheels 
Maximum Pressure (PSI) 
3800 
Number of tips included 
Onboard storage 
Yes 
PSI Range 
3200+ PSI 
Pressure Washer Power Type 
Gas 
Product Weight (lb.) 
112 lb 
Pump Brand 
Other 
Pump Type 
Triplex 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Translucent fuel tank 
No 
Water capability 
Cold 
Wheels 
Yes 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Warranty - Commercial Use - 3 Years on Honda GX engine, 5 Years on AAA pump, 10 Years on frame components, 90 Days on spray accessory items 

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What brand pump is on the unit?

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What brand of pump is included with this washer? Spec section just says "other".

Does this pump have ceramic plungers?
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June 23, 2016
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The description above says it's a Triplex pump with plungers. It does not say whether the plungers ceramic or not
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March 22, 2016
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Currently the DXPW3835 has an AAATM 530003 pump with ceramic plungers. On models manufactured prior to 2013 this may have had either a General pump or a Comet pump
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February 25, 2016
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The Brand is the world famous professional AAA Brand made by Comet Pumps in Italy. These pumps are Ceramic plungers with Parker Germany Pardifa seals.
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February 24, 2016
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This is a AAA pump model 530003,
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January 11, 2016
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do the pump hold oil if yes what kind and how often do you have to ck. it
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August 24, 2015
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General pump
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July 10, 2015
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AAA pump they aren't very good. dewalt doesn't use the cat pumps anymore which lasted forever.
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June 5, 2015
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Comet
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What is the minimum input GPM?

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I plan on using this with a 100GL water tank. What type of input pressure is required? Does HD have a pump that they recommend for this?
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May 9, 2016
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Gerry,
Normal water inlet from a metro source is 45 to 65 PSI. GPM is measured by the size of the inlet of your garden hose. Normal 5/8 is 6 GPM but with a 3/4 you can go to 8.
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per the owners manual recommendations; the inlet water supply should be twice the water volume rated for the pump.
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Per the Manual: "note: Water source must provide a minimum of 5 gallons per minute
at 20 psi (138 kPa)."
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A minimum of 5 gallons per minute
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What is the weight of the GX270?

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The Honda GX270 is 35.3 Lbs. The complete DeWalt 3800 Psi Machine is about 90 Lbs.
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The Honda GX270 has a dry weight of 55.1 LBS (with out fuel and oil). This information can be found in the Honda Owners manual supplied with the machine.
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100/125 or just google it
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June 30, 2015
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This product weighs 112 pounds.
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How will thiis unit perform while washing buses, will it take bugs off of the front grill?

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This unit should have plenty of pressure and water volume to remove bugs.
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This unit gives you great power in Pressure and water flow. It was designed for tough cleaning tasks and washing buses is one of them. Be careful of the power so you don't strip off the paint or lettering if you get too close. I would use the 25 degree nozzle tips for the power washing. also I would absolutely use the soap function for the bugs and overall washing. Great Zep soap sold at the Home Depot. Read More
This unit gives you great power in Pressure and water flow. It was designed for tough cleaning tasks and washing buses is one of them. Be careful of the power so you don't strip off the paint or lettering if you get too close. I would use the 25 degree nozzle tips for the power washing. also I would absolutely use the soap function for the bugs and overall washing. Great Zep soap sold at the Home Depot. Understand that there is a black soap nozzle to soak the bus down first. Read Less
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Never spray a grill with a pressure washer it will damage the fins on the radiator and you will have bigger problems than bugs on your grill
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Without a doubt, yes it will, however pre-soaking does make removing "implanted bugs" faster, depending upon the grill material, don't get to close, as plastic parts can be cut under this amount of pressure, and use either the green or white nozzle tip, using a smaller tip will increase pinpoint pressure increasingly much stronger..
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 94 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by NICE Product; No complaints. Quality is obvious. I added the picture to prove I actually bought and used the unit I am reviewing. I'm not convinced some of the negative reviews were from people who actually have the machine. #1 THE MOTOR: I tend to over research my purchases prior to buying. In doing so, I decided I wanted to go with a commercial quality Honda engine. Even as a do-it-yourselfer, this is tool I'm going to have for years, and might as well get something good, rather than having to upgrade later. So far this motor is starting on the first or second pull every time, and it pulls very easy. It is much nicer than my neighbor who has a washer with a residential Honda motor, the step up in quality of obvious. The warranty is good. #2 THE PUMP: After researching pumps, I wanted quality, with the idea this is a long term machine for a DIY'er. The pump on this device, with an oil reserve, is a commercial grade pump, with ceramic components and a great warranty. #3 OTHER FACTORS: I was ready to buy the model below this, but in the final comparison I decided I wanted a model with a 36" wand with a side handle to hold onto. I wanted a 50 foot hose. If you buy the next model down (which has the commercial motor and pump) by the time you buy a longer hose and wand, the cost is close enough that you might as well get the next model up and have these nice items, plus you get more power. The warranty on this machine is better than the residential units and impressive. I hope I don't need it. This is a rebadged Simpson unit sold by Dewalt and stocked in most Home Depot stores. You can order the Simpson version from Home Depot as well, but I can't see an advantage unless you like the color combination better. I like items that are stocked in store. If I get a lemon, I'm going to want a replacement right now... The price point is the same, if not better at Home Depot than buying a Simpson elsewhere. #4 POWER: This is the most powerful unit I have used. You need two hands on the wand when you pull the trigger. The motor is working hard, so it would seem you want to buy a machine powered by a reliable and lasting engine. Makes my electric look silly. So far so good with the projects I have put it to work with. With this much power, it takes a quarter of the time my prior electric 1800 PSI unit took, and has the power to do more than the electric is even capable of doing. Hopefully it will provide long term reliability. I don't think Dewalt would but its name on it or offer the warranty it comes with if it wasn't built to last. April 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very poor after sales service The manufacturer (Sompson) has not fixed the tip holder. A known issue it still does hold the tips securely on the machine. Jeeze how hard would this be to do? I am torn as I got great service by some in the store and horrible from others. Less than 24 hours after getting this machine I had to leave it at their service center and believe it or not the demanded that I pay (in advance) $18 to have it checked out! Then added insult to injury by saying that I "may" get that refunded. July 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 3800 PRESURE WASHER Ive had several and this is the very best one. OUTSTANDING. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent purchase This machine does everything it is supposed to do and then some. I am very pleased July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LOVE IT!!!!! I purchased this pressure washer a few months ago. As a single mother, I wasn't sure if I could handle it or not. Not only can I handle it well, I have also encouraged my friends and family to buy one. It does an amazing job. It's one of those items that after you buy it, you wonder how you lived without it!! June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful product! I'm 1 of 3 family members that all own this pressure washer. It's an incredible machine that I literally don't have any complaints on. I'm convinced the negative reviews on here are not from actual owners of this product; I can't say with certain but I'm almost positive it's someone who is either a competitor or someone just trying to make a bad name out of this product. I say from the bottom of my heart to please read those negative reviews with CAUTION. I promise you won't be disappointed with this machine. I've had it for a year now, but my brother has had his for almost 3 years. We NEVER had to replace any pumps or other parts of this machine. It runs the same now as it did when we purchased it; WONDERFUL. I highly recommend buy one of these if you are searching for a quality, well built pressure washer! June 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buyer Beware The AAA pump started leaking as soon as I hooked the water hose to it and bleed the air out of it before cranking. After about one hour of washing my house, the pump progressively started leaking worse until water was going everywhere. The pump appeared to be leaking from all three plungers. I know about pressure washers, never crank them up without water supply, never run one longer than a few minutes without using it to prevent overheating the pump. I should have contacted Home Depot that day but I put it off until about a month. I discovered that I could not return the unit since 30 days has passed since purchase. The pump has a 5-year warranty. So now I have to carry it to a Dewalt repair facility. Just so happen that my son in law was over for a visit today so I had him load the washer in the back of my truck. My son in law told me he has the same washer the the pump had gone out on it after little use. Folks, read the reviews on these pumps. They are junk. This washer, even though it carries the Dewalt name is built by Simons also sold by Home Depot http://t.www.homedepot.com/p/Simpson-Honda-GX270-PowerShot-3-800-psi-3-5-GPM-Gas-Pressure-Washer-PS3835/203448617 Since the pump has a 5-year warranty on it, I plan to carry it back to the repair facility every time it starts leaking. Home Depot and Dewalt needs to get Simpson to get their act together. July 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Went through two in one day Dont waste your time on this washer, Bought one to use around our home, pump failed after 6 hours, returned it for another figuring it was just a coincidence and the second one failed after 10 minutes. Expected better from Dewalt May 29, 2016
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