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Sptiwater celebrates 30 years of manufacturing in Australia

07-04-2014
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Spitwater, Australia’s largest manufacturer of pressure cleaners, is 30 years old – a significant milestone in defiance of a tough economic climate globally in recent years.

 

We’ve come a long way in 30 years,” boasts Milo Gajin, Spitwater NSW Manager, “The ‘Little Shed’ in Albury is now Australia’s largest manufacturer of pressure cleaners as well as industrial and agricultural space heaters.”

 

The large Spitwater range of pressure cleaners includes cold as well as hot/cold machines, powered by single-phase or three-phase electric motors, as well as petrol or Diesel engines. Spitwater space heaters are available in both LPG and Diesel versions. Spitwater is also one of the largest Australian importers of commercial and industrial vacuum cleaners and scrubbers.

 

It is our PEARL anniversary and the label is appropriate because Spitwater brand is truly a gem,” said Mr Gajin. “Spitwater cleaners are Australian made, we support local jobs and build machines designed to be used in tough Australian working conditions.”

 

Spitwater is very passionate about its Australian made product. Its manufacturing plant is situated in Albury, on the border between NSW and Victoria.

 

It boasts 20,000sqm under cover and uses the latest manufacturing technology including computerised laser cutters, robotic welders and a state-of-the art powder-coating plant.

 

To celebrate its 30th birthday, Spitwater is offering special deals on its entire range throughout this milestone year.

 

Undoubtedly, the biggest gem in the Spitwater jewel box is its range of locally manufactured hot/cold water high pressure cleaners.

 

The diamond in the range is the Spitwater Model SW2021, a heavy-duty industrial hot water high pressure cleaner for the big cleaning jobs.

 

This 415 Volt, 3-phase powered unit offers users all of the benefits expected of a large industrial hot water high pressure cleaner and more.

 

The machine offers 21 L/min of hot or cold water at a massive 3000 psi pressure.

 

Spitwater Model SW2021 is ideal for a broad range of industrial applications including manufacturing, cleaning earthmoving equipment, truck fleet maintenance, large workshops and on-farm use.

 

Spitwater machines are designed by a team of engineers using the latest design software and modelling. All machines are manufactured to the latest Australian standards and tested under the most adverse conditions.

 

To mark its 30th anniversary, Spitwater will participate in a number of events throughout the year including National Manufacturing Week and a number of other trade and specialty exhibitions as well as agricultural field days.

 

Spitwater NSW

Ph: 1800 774 892 (SPITWATER)

www.spitwater.com.au

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