Friday, 04 September 2020 06:50

Simmm twin water blasters

Written by  Staff Reporters
Simmm Power Cleaner 100/11. Simmm Power Cleaner 100/11.

Italian made Simmm Power Cleaner 100/11 and Power Gun 100/11 single-phase (230 volt) electric water blasters are proving popular in many applications.

This includes cow sheds, factories, vehicle maintenance and for general cleaning. 

Imported and distributed in NZ by AES water blasters, the Power Cleaner features a heavy-duty powder coated steel chassis and tough ABS wrap-around cover to protect the motor & pump unit from damage. 

The Power Gun utilises the same pump and motor unit, but is supplied in a metal chassis with a top mounted hose reel as standard.

Both units utilise low-revving 4-pole motors running at 1450 rpm for long life and low maintenance, which in turn are coupled to the patented Simmm pressure pump that can run in by-pass mode for up to 5 hours without damage. 

The ultra-efficient pump produces a useful 11 L/min flow rate at 100 Bar (1450 psi) and the unit draws 10 amps, so is supplied with a standard 230 volt three pin plug. 

AES supplies the Power Cleaner with a 10-metre wire braided hose, while the Power Gun carries 15 metres on the hose reel plus a professional style gun & lance with swivel.

The ceramic nozzle is well protected by a rubber protector holder which is also used to activate the chemical venturi.

Simmm cleaners are backed in New Zealand by AES who pride themselves on their “on the shelf” spare parts back-up and a commitment to exceptional after-sales service.

www.aesblasters.co.nz

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