The RE 88 is a compact and easy to operate pressure washer that you can use for all of those cleaning jobs around the home and garden. It comes with both rotary and fan jet nozzles and a detergent spray set as standard. It also has a 6 metre long mesh hose so you can reach all of those areas you need to clean, and a quick-release coupling that stops the hose from getting tangled.
FeaturesAnti-drill and quick release coupling
The anti-drill and quick release coupling on the RE 88 prevents the hose from getting tangled so that you can use its full length.
Detergent spray set
Included as standard, the detergent spray bottle can be attached to the spray lance so that you can add detergent for those stubborn areas of dirt.
The rotary jet nozzle has a powerful pencil jet that can be concentrated on particular areas where dirt has built up.
The fan jet nozzle delivers variable pressure and can be used to cover large surface areas quickly.
Built-in accessory holder
This built-in accessory holder means you'll never lose the nozzles again!
FAQsQHow long is the cable on the RE 88?
A: The cable on the RE 88 is 5 metres long.
QWhat should I wear when using this pressure washer?
A: We recommend that you wear goggles and sturdy boots or shoes.
QWhat should I use the different nozzles for?
A: The fan jet nozzle is designed for cleaning cars, machines and surfaces such as floors, roofs and walls. The rotary nozzle is designed to remove stubborn dirt off hard-wearing surfaces.
QWhere can I buy other accessories and detergent for my RE 88?
A: You can buy official STIHL detergents and accessories, such as surface cleaners, wash brushes, foam nozzles and hose extensions from our approved STIHL dealers.
Tips#1Storing your RE 88
Store the machine in a dry room where it is protected from frost
|Power output kW||1.7|
|Operating pressure bar||10-100|
|Max. water supply temperature °C||40|
|Weight kg 1)||8.9|
|Power cable length m||5|
|High-pressure hose length m||6|
|Sound pressure level dB(A) 2)||78.0|
|Sound power level dB(A) 2)||90.5|
|Engine speed min-1||18.000|
|Mains voltage V/Hz||230/1-/50|
1) Complete, ready for use
2) K factor according to DIR2006/42/EC=1.5(dB(A))
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