What a blast: Aussie Scud has landed


Australian Pump Industries has launched a new series of pressure cleaners and accessories set to take the world by storm.  

Called the “Aussie Scud” series, the new system is designed to provide more cost effective cleaning solutions, with minimal environmental impact.

“We’ve decided to challenge the ‘big boys’ with this revolutionary machine, says Aussie Pumps’ Development Engineer Adrian Fiatarone. 

“We call it the Scud System because it’s not just a machine, but a complete cleaning package, says Fiatarone.

“It’s designed to get the job done faster, more economically, and in the ‘greenest’ way possible. 

“The Scud System represents a state-of-the-art cleaning program that our engineers have developed over the last 15 years.”

Designed for tough, continuous cleaning applications, the Scud series features a heavy duty range of professional pressure cleaners designed for contracting, construction, public utility and for other similar heavy duty applications.

The heart of the machine is a “Big Berty” Bertolini triplex piston pump powered by popular Honda industrial petrol engines with either recoil or electric start options.  

A free information package on the Scud system, including the accessories, is available from Australian Pump Industries and from Aussie Pump Distributors throughout Australia.

Australian Pump Industries
Ph: 02 9894 4144

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