AUSSIE HEATWAVE IS HOT TO GO

Hills to Hawkesbury Living Magazine - - Feature Article -

When lo­cal en­tre­pre­neur Michael Leary re­searched hot wa­ter pres­sure clean­ers for his new busi­ness, “Call Jack” - Prop­erty Main­te­nance and Pres­sure Clean­ing, he set­tled on a com­pact unit from Aussie Pumps. Called the Aussie Heatwave, the unit is de­signed to be mo­bile with­out the need for a built in wa­ter tank.

Man­u­fac­tured in the US by Hy­drotek, the world’s lead­ers in en­gine drive steam clean­ers, the new ma­chine of­fers 4,000 psi pres­sure and tem­per­a­tures up to 130 de­grees.

Us­ing steam means Michael can eas­ily clean off stub­born stains in­clud­ing mould, grease and even chew­ing gum with­out the use of harsh chem­i­cals. His busi­ness has al­ready se­cured a num­ber of strata clean­ing con­tracts and he plans to com­ple­ment this with do­mes­tic prop­erty clean­ing too.

The Aussie Heatwave is pow­ered by a Honda GX390 13 horse­power elec­tric start en­gine with a 14 amp charge cir­cuit. This en­ables the unit to op­er­ate ef­fi­ciently with­out sep­a­rate gen­er­a­tors or al­ter­na­tors. It pro­vides suf­fi­cient charge to run the diesel pow­ered burner and the com­plete unit is com­pact enough to fit in the back of a ute with a high-top canopy.

Michael uses a range of labour sav­ing ac­ces­sories in­clud­ing a turbo lance and flat sur­face cleaner to pro­duce fast, streak free re­sults. The new Aussie Heatwave is a rev­o­lu­tion in de­sign. It is a great qual­ity ma­chine but served up to Aus­tralian users at a value packed price. It is ex­pected to be of real in­ter­est to clean­ing con­trac­tors who might nor­mally use a cold wa­ter ma­chine but are in­ter­ested in the ben­e­fits clean­ing with steam can achieve.

Fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on the new Heatwave is avail­able from Aus­tralian Pump In­dus­tries and on­line at www.aussiepumps. com.au. For in­for­ma­tion on “Call Jack” - Prop­erty Main­te­nance and Pres­sure Clean­ing con­tact Michael Leary on 0416 663 701.

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