Sioux Dakota II Series


June 2009


Beresford, S.D.-based Sioux Corporation’s Dakota II Series hot-water pressure washers and steam cleaners provide application specific, industrial cleaning solutions. The products feature rugged, steel frames. Fuel-fired burners offer efficient, consistent combustion, saving fuel and reducing emissions. A watertight NEMA 4 electrical enclosure keeps electrical components safe and dry, and adjustable digital temperature control is perfect for temperature-specific cleaning and sterilizing applications. The Dakota II Series is CETA performance tested and ETL/UL third-party approved. Learn more at

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