Small Yet Deadly

Care is needed when using low-horsepower gasoline engines in indoor or semi-enclosed spaces

Small doesn’t necessarily mean safe. Low-horsepower gasoline engines like those used on pressure washers, portable waterjetters, air compressors, and generators produce carbon monoxide in exhaust just as larger engines do. When used for work indoors or in semi-enclosed spaces, they...

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