Australian Pump Industries presents a new line of high pressure water blasters in its Scud range.
The new Scud stainless steel high pressure water blasters are designed specifically for cleaning in corrosive environments, and offer pressures up to 4,000psi and flows up to 21 LPM.
A registered design developed by Aussie Pumps at their Sydney development centre, the Aussie Scud aims to provide a better, safer and more cost-effective option to similar European models.
According to Aussie Pumps’ Adrian Fiatarone, the stainless steel water blasters are ideal for corrosive environments such as mine sites, shipyards and docks that are constantly exposed to corrosion.
The new Scud stainless steel high pressure water blasters feature a ‘Big Berty’ Bertolini triplex pump, running at 1450 rpm and driven through a close coupled fully enclosed gearbox.
A new 5000psi fully stainless steel hot water hose reel, the Hydrotek HAR150 has also been launched by Aussie Pumps, and is capable of taking up to 45m of high pressure hose.
The Scud package also consists of a wide range of top quality high pressure accessories designed to cut labour costs, reduce times and decrease running costs. The accessories include flat surface cleaners, portable drain cleaners, high pressure hose reels, turbo lances, grit blasters and telescopic extension wands.
Fiatarone adds that the accessories range turns the Aussie Scud into a complete cleaning system.
Key features of Scud stainless steel water blasters:
- Unique Aussie Scud frame featuring 4 big 13-inch off-road pneumatic tyres with heavy duty bearings for easy mobility
- Powered by a range of diesel drive engines carefully selected to power match the Bertolini pumps
- Diesel engines provided by Yanmar and Kohler
- Petrol engine models powered by Honda
- New 5000psi fully stainless steel hot water hose reel capable of taking up to 45m of high pressure hose
- Wide range of top quality high pressure accessories including a 28” stainless steel flat surface cleaner to cut cleaning times and water required