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DeWalt DWPW2400 vs Ryobi RY142300 - The Differences

Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Ryobi RY142300 and the DeWalt DWPW2400.

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:

Ryobi RY142300DeWalt DWPW2400
Ryobi RY142300DeWalt DWPW2400
  • Higher GPM
  • Higher Cleaning Units
  • Higher PSI
  • Lighter
  • More nozzles
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As the DeWalt DWPW2400 and the Ryobi RY142300 have different manufacturers, their overall build and technology in use can vary.

Power Comparison

  • Fuel: Both units are electric pressure washers.
  • Engine & Pump: The Ryobi RY142300 and the DeWalt DWPW2400 both use an axial-type pump to put water under pressure. In either case, the pump is powered by a 13-amp Induction motor.

The following charts are provided to show you at a glance how the main specs of the Ryobi RY142300 compare to the DeWalt DWPW2400.

  • Pressure: With a maximum reachable pressure of 2400 PSI, the DeWalt DWPW2400 provides a somewhat higher force to blast off dirt and grime than the 2300 PSI of the Ryobi RY142300.
  • Water Flow: When operating at low pressure, the Ryobi RY142300 can generate a higher maximum volume of water than the DeWalt DWPW2400. It can deliver up to 1.2 GPM (gallons per minute), whereas the DeWalt DWPW2400 offers a maximum water flow of 1.1 GPM. The former should thus allow you to rinse away dirt and debris with better efficiency and speed.
  • Cleaning Power: With its 2760 C.U. (Cleaning Units = PSI x GPM), the Ryobi RY142300 offers a somewhat higher overall cleaning efficiency than the DeWalt DWPW2400 and its 2640 C.U.

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: With an approximate weight of 45.2 lbs, the DWPW2400 is slightly less heavy than the RY142300 (which weighs around 49 lbs).
  • Maneuverability: Both products benefit from a set of wheels, which greatly contributes to their maneuverability. The Ryobi RY142300 has a foam-padded handle and the DeWalt DWPW2400 a rubber-padded handle, both of which aid in maneuvering.

Feature Comparison

  • Soap Addition: Both washers allow for the addition of chemical detergent solutions to the water. Whether you choose the Ryobi RY142300 or the DeWalt DWPW2400, you'll be able to store your cleaning chemicals in the unit's onboard soap tank.
  • Trigger Gun & Wand: Each of these 2 units comes with a fairly standard ergonomic trigger gun and a classic wand.
  • Nozzles: Both pressure washers come with 15°, soap, and turbo nozzles, but the nozzle similarities stop here. The DeWalt DWPW2400 also has 25° and 40° nozzles.
  • Reach: Both products include a 25 ft high-pressure hose. Therefore, neither of them will, out of the box, allow for a higher freedom of movement around the unit. As both units feature a 35 ft power cord, their maximum allowable placement from an electrical outlet is the same.
  • Storage: The RY142300 and DWPW2400 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.

TL;DR

Ryobi RY142300DeWalt DWPW2400
Ryobi RY142300DeWalt DWPW2400
  • Higher GPM
  • Higher Cleaning Units
  • Higher PSI
  • Lighter
  • More nozzles
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