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Nilfisk E140 2-9 S X-Tra Pressure Washer with 2100 W Induction Motor and 9 m Hose Reel

4.2 out of 5 stars 79 customer reviews
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  • 230v
  • 2100 watt motor
  • 140 Bar
  • 500 litre per hour max water flow rate
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Weight 18.9 Kg
  • Product dimensions H900mmxW366mmxL319mm
  • Click and Clean compatible.
  • Two years warranty
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Technical Details
Part Number 126531685
Item Weight22 Kg
Product Dimensions36.6 x 31.9 x 90 cm
Item model number126531685
Power SourceElectric
Item Package Quantity1
Plug FormatG - 3 pin British
Certificationcertified frustration-free
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight21.5 Kilograms
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 80,032 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight23 Kg
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Date First Available1 May 2007

Product Description

The Nilfisk E140 2-9 S X-Tra is a high performance pressure washer with 2 years warranty, comes complete with Vario and Powerspeed nozzles for effective cleaning of hard surfaces and automotive applications. The E140 2-9 S X-Tra makes easy work of cleaning tasks around the home and garden and is the perfect choice for automotive cleaning tasks. The machine includes a trolley for excellent mobility and the onboard accessory storage keeps all nozzles and accessories neat and tidy in one place. The powerful induction motor and aluminium pump provides 140 max bar pressure and a maximum water flow rate of 500 litres an hour. The machine comes complete with Vario and high power Powerspeed nozzles,soft grip gun and lance with swivel cleaning function, chemical dosing bottle with foam applicator.Integrated hose reel system with 9 metre hose.

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Verified Purchase
Let me start by saying that I work in a retail shop and our shop sells Nilfisk and Karcher pressure washers and our own brand. I chose the E140 and bought it on amazon because it was £100 cheaper than what my employers are selling them for although the model we sell comes with a patio and drain cleaner and a free Nilfisk vacuum cleaner. I didn't need these extras. For £195, it's a great price. I've tried cheap and expensive pressure washers - the Nilfisk Neptune 2 (water heated by diesel), Karcher HD Deluxe 1 & 2 and various Honda engine cold pressure washers. So I'd like to share some of my experience.
For starters, I'd compare this model Nilfisk to a Karcher Xpert HD, a machine which is near enough £450. It has similar flow output (Nilfisk 500l/hr, Karcher 480l/hr) and pressure (Karcher is 150bar, Nilfisk 140bar).
With the machine you get, detergent bottle, tornado nozzle, adjustable nozzle, 6m hose reel and a wall mount. Nilfisk, offer a quick connector on the C and E models, on the Poseidon model range (commercial/agricultural) they have threaded connectors. The latter is better, and the quick connector tend to suffer from leaks caused by a dry O ring. So this is one area to be careful of. Inspect the o ring and apply petroleum based grease to keep it lubricated and it should be fine. A quick connector is more convenient because you can unwind the hose reel easier.
The pump on the E machines is metal, unlike the cheaper C series which are made from nylon and plastic. In my opinion C machines are just to fill the market, and anyone looking for a long live pressure washer, get the E130 or E140 and if its trade use the Poseidon. The difference between the E130 and E140 is purely the pressure. You won't likely notice any performance difference.
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I have now had a Nilfisk E140 2-9 S X-Tra pressure washer for 4 years. For a consumer washer it is of good quality and uses a metal pump, unlike many others which use a plastic pump. Although I have rated it as 5-stars, in its standard form I would only rate as 4-stars.

The washer failed after the first use but was repaired under the warranty, with carriage paid to and from the Nilfisk factory in Penrith. A pressure valve had failed. This early life failure was very annoying but the repair was carried out quickly and courteously. It has worked faultlessly ever since. Spares and accessories are available from Pressure Clean Ltd.

The E140 2-9 S X-Tra replaced a smaller Kew washer and the larger, more powerful E140 2-9 S X-Tra made cleaning a large driveway and patio much easier and faster. My advice would be to use the most powerful washer (highest pressure, highest flow) that you can afford and for which you can find room to store it. If you value your time, saving money by buying a cheap small washer is a false economy.

A standard straight nozzle and a turbo nozzle is provided, together with a sprayer. The turbo nozzle produces a rotating cone shaped jet which covers a larger area than the straight nozzle, but produces a less concentrated cleaning action and, like all turbo nozzles has a relatively short life. I find that I mostly use the turbo nozzle. The straight nozzle produces the most powerful jet for those "difficult to remove" areas. The sprayer is ideal for applying a patio cleaner wetting agent. For patio cleaning I would recommend also buying the Nilfisk Patio Plus attachment. A wall hanging bracket is also provided, however to prevent damage it is essential that the washer is stored in a frost-free location.
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Having researched this product together with over manufacturers washers, I came to the opinion that the Nilfisk e140 was the best at the price.
I read all the reviews on Amazon UK and US as well as reviews from other distributors and their conclusions were unanimously in favor of the Nilfisk product.
The leading name in pressure washers is of course Karcher, however the main criticisms were that it was poorly made resulting in broken parts and messy returns and repairs.
Having made the decision to purchase the Nilfisk e140 and after just one year of light use, I am disappointed with the product.
As many here have commented, the rigid hose is a nightmare to reel both out and in, it's natural tendency is to coil up on itself making it time consuming and hard work to reel in. It is inevitable that at some stage, the hose will split. Beacause of the hose coiling up, it often results in pulling the upright machine over and being very heavy at some time the case and contents are going to break.
A problem has just arisen, which I was surprised to learn from one of Nilfisk's recommended UK service dealers is a common fault. The spray gun, after little use, started to leak at the handle and switched itself on and off by itself. You will see this fault described in the troubleshooting section of the handbook, it recommends contacting the nearest service dealer. The service representative immediately identified the fault before I finished telling him, he said it was either the O ring in the valve of the handle or the L shaped plastic lead to the hose, in either case it was necessary to buy a new spray handle at around £34-00 plus p&p. He went on to say that this plastic L shaped part broke on a regular basis and always meant a new spray gun replacement.
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