Spitwater unveils new Aussie made diesel-powered cleaner

25-11-2010

Spitwater, a leading manufacturer of pressure cleaners, has released a new Australian made diesel-powered pressure cleaner. 

The new Model HP15210DE pressure cleaner is powered by a highly reliable Kubota OC95 Diesel engine.

The new machine is a heavy-duty cold water high pressure cleaner for big cleaning jobs where a diesel powered machine is required. 

Designed and built in Spitwater’s own Albury manufacturing plant, Model HP15210DE pressure cleaner is a gem.

It offers all of the benefits expected of a large, powerful cold water high pressure cleaner as well as the additional smart and exclusive Spitwater features. 

The machine has a 15L/min water flow at 3150 psi pressure – the largest in its class.

The heart of the machine is an industrial brass head Interpump pump with three ceramic pistons – ideal for our water conditions. 

The pump is coupled to a 9.5 hp, Kubota Model OC95 Diesel engine, using the Spitwater “Oz-Tuff” belt system. 

A standard 12V electric start system provides smooth, easy starting.

The new machine is manufactured in a locally made, zinc-annealed and powder-coated chassis and the Spitwater trademark red, newly designed roll-over frame.

Spitwater
Ph: 1300 774 892 837 (SPITWATER)
www.spitwater.com.au

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