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Generac 7143 vs 7132 - The Differences

Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Generac 7132 and the Generac 7143.

But before checking out explanations regarding their power, design, and features here's a table that summarizes the main pros of each of these 2 pressure washers:

Generac 7132Generac 7143
Generac 7132Generac 7143

Spec-wise, this product does not have any notable advantage over the Generac 7143

  • Longer pressure hose
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As the 7132 and the 7143 are both Generac pressure washers, they benefit from the same level of quality and attention to detail.

Power Comparison

  • Fuel: Both units are gas-powered pressure washers.
  • Engine & Pump: The Generac 7132 and the Generac 7143 both use an axial-type pump to put water under pressure. These 2 pumps are manufactured by Annovi Reverberi. In either case, the pump is powered by a 173 cc engine. Both devices can be started either via a pull-start mechanism or an electric starter.

The following charts are provided to show you at a glance how the main specs of the Generac 7132 compare to the Generac 7143.

  • Pressure: As the Generac 7132 and the Generac 7143 share the same maximum attainable pressure of 3100 PSI, they should both allow you to blast off dirt with the same force.
  • Water Flow: These 2 units offer the same maximum water flow. Each of them should be able to deliver a maximum of 2.5 GPM (gallons per minute) and to offer the same rinsing power.
  • Cleaning Power: Sharing an identical Cleaning Power of 7750 Cleaning Units (PSI x GPM), both devices offer the same overall cleaning efficiency.

Design Comparison

  • Design: Both units are constructed with a hand truck design. Therefore, if either of these 2 devices should provide better mobility, it would be due to its wheels and weight (which we detail just below).
  • Weight: Considering that both devices weigh 58.1 lbs, neither of them will require more effort to be manually lifted and transported.
  • Maneuverability: Both products benefit from a set of wheels, which greatly contributes to their maneuverability. Both offer a rubber-padded handle, which improves your grip when you wish to move them.

Feature Comparison

  • Soap Addition: Both washers allow for the addition of chemical detergent solutions to the water. Whether you choose the 7132 or the 7143, you'll be able to store your cleaning chemicals in the unit's onboard soap tank. Their soap capacity is equal, as the tanks of both units can hold 0.5 gal of detergent.
  • Trigger Gun & Wand: Each of these 2 units comes with a PowerDial trigger gun and a classic wand.
  • Nozzles: Out of the box, the 7143 and the 7132 both come with a 4-nozzle package. The set of included nozzles is the same in either case: 0°, 25°, 40°, and a soap nozzle.
  • Reach: With its included 30 ft high-pressure hose, the Generac 7143 will allow you, out of the box, to move farther away from the unit than the Generac 7132 and its 25 ft high-pressure hose.
  • Storage: The 7132 and 7143 both offer onboard storage that allows you to neatly keep the accessories you need at hand. Both washers feature a set of hooks to help you neatly store their high pressure hoses when not in use.
  • Accessories: In addition to the usual set of included accessories, the Generac 7143 also comes with Soap Blaster and Power Broom.

TL;DR

Generac 7132Generac 7143
Generac 7132Generac 7143

Spec-wise, this product does not have any notable advantage over the Generac 7143

  • Longer pressure hose
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