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Westinghouse WPX3400e vs WPX3400 - The Differences

Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Westinghouse WPX3400 and the Westinghouse WPX3400e.

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:

Westinghouse WPX3400Westinghouse WPX3400e
Westinghouse WPX3400Westinghouse WPX3400e
  • Gas-powered
  • Higher GPM
  • Higher Cleaning Units
  • Significantly less expensive
  • Electric
  • Lighter
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Since both the WPX3400 and WPX3400e belong to the Westinghouse lineup, they maintain a comparable level of quality and attention to detail.

Power Comparison

  • Fuel: While the Westinghouse WPX3400 is gas-powered, providing mobility and independence from power outlets, the Westinghouse WPX3400e is electric, offering quieter performance and eliminating the need for fuel refills.
  • Engine & Pump: Axial-type pumps are utilized in both the Westinghouse WPX3400 and the Westinghouse WPX3400e, appreciated for their lightweight structure and user-friendly nature. The Westinghouse WPX3400e's pump is powered by a 14-amp motor, while the Westinghouse WPX3400's is driven by a 212cc engine.

The following charts are provided to show you at a glance how the main specs of the Westinghouse WPX3400 compare to the Westinghouse WPX3400e.

  • Pressure: Since both the Westinghouse WPX3400 and the Westinghouse WPX3400e boast the same maximum attainable pressure of 3400 PSI, they should deliver equal force for effectively blasting away dirt.
  • Water Flow: At low pressure, the WPX3400 exhibits a much higher water flow compared to the WPX3400e. With a capacity of up to 2.6 GPM (gallons per minute) compared to the WPX3400e's maximum flow of 2 GPM, it should enable dirt and debris removal with significantly greater effectiveness.
  • Cleaning Power: At 8840 C.U., the Westinghouse WPX3400 demonstrates substantially greater overall cleaning efficiency than the WPX3400e, which has 3300 C.U.

Design Comparison

  • Design: Both units adopt a hand truck design. As a result, differences in mobility between the devices may be linked to factors such as their respective wheels and weight, which will be elaborated upon below.
  • Design: Both units adopt a hand truck design. As a result, differences in mobility between the devices may be linked to factors such as their respective wheels and weight, which will be elaborated upon below.
  • Weight: Weighing 36.8 lbs, the WPX3400e is far lighter than the 63 lbs of the WPX3400, providing users with enhanced portability, easier transportation, and greater convenience.
  • Maneuverability: The presence of wheels on both products greatly improves their maneuverability. The WPX3400 has a foam-padded handle and the WPX3400e a rubber-padded handle, both of which aid in maneuvering.

Feature Comparison

  • Soap Addition: Both washers provide the option to include chemical detergent solutions in the water, enhancing their cleaning effectiveness. With both the WPX3400 and the WPX3400e, you have the advantage of onboard soap tank, offering a practical solution for storing your cleaning chemicals right within the unit. Both the WPX3400e and the WPX3400 come equipped with detergent tanks sized at 0.45 gal and 0.5 gal, respectively, ensuring a nearly identical storage capacity for cleaning solution.
  • Trigger Gun & Wand: Included with both units is a fairly standard ergonomic trigger gun and a classic wand.
  • Nozzles: Out of the box, the WPX3400e and the WPX3400 both come with a 5-nozzle package, each including a 0°, a 15°, a 25°, and a soap nozzle. Nonetheless, the former comes with a turbo nozzle, while the latter presents a 40° nozzle.
  • Reach: With the Westinghouse WPX3400e powered by electricity and the Westinghouse WPX3400 fueled by gas, users will find differences in their ability to move freely. The former's operation is limited to within 35 ft of a power outlet due to its power cord length. Nevertheless, they each provide a 25 ft high-pressure hose, allowing you to clean effectively at the same distance from the unit.
  • Storage: Both the WPX3400 and WPX3400e come equipped with an onboard storage solution, providing convenient access to your nozzles and accessories whenever you need them. Each washer features a set of hooks for hose storage, ensuring that their high-pressure hoses can be neatly stored away when not needed.

TL;DR

Westinghouse WPX3400Westinghouse WPX3400e
Westinghouse WPX3400Westinghouse WPX3400e
  • Gas-powered
  • Higher GPM
  • Higher Cleaning Units
  • Significantly less expensive
  • Electric
  • Lighter
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