What a blast: Spitwater high pressure cleaner offers perfect package


Choosing the right pressure cleaner for your business is not an easy decision.

Petrol or electric?  Hot or cold water?  Fast or slow speed pump? The list goes on.

When considering the right machine to use for the application, there are many different factors that need to be considered and they are all equally important.

The Spitwater Model 13-200P offers the perfect solution for a broad range of applications.

It is a compact, powerful, easy to use machine.

Boasting a 9hp Honda GX270 engine, the 13-200P offers a flow of 13L/min with the pressure of 200 Bar, 3000 psi.

The GX series engines are the industrial range, featuring the ‘red’ full metal Honda engines.

These machines are easy to service and are long lasting, with a 3-year engine warranty.

As an added bonus, servicing is no problem with hundreds of Honda service centres around the country.

Spitwater use sturdy steel frames that are zinc-annealed and powder-coated in their signature red paint. 

The frame has two wheels for easy maneuverability, a folding handle for easier storage and transport, as well as integrated space for the 5L detergent injection tank, rest for the gun and lance and an area to wind the hose around.

Spitwater uses Italian made Interpump high-pressure pumps with sturdy alloy pump casing and a solid brass head. 

The machine is supplied standard with a larger, 8m long, 3/8 inch diameter, double wire braided hose which is another mandatory accessory in an industrial application. The gun has a “soft” trigger making it easy to use for extended periods.

The stainless steel lance supplied is strong and the Multireg nozzle at the end of the lance is easy to adjust.  The Multireg nozzle offers high and low pressure mode for detergent application and allows adjustment of cleaning width.

With all these features this is a top end machine, just perfect for washing down machinery on-site.

Ph: 1300 SPITWATER (774 892 837)

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