Clean up the farm for less with Aussie Pumps
AUSSIE Pumps has cut the price of its high pressure water cleaners that are designed for cleaning up the farm.
The company’s product manager Hamish Lorenz said Aussie Pumps is assisting farmers improve animal welfare by significantly reducing the price of its Aussie Scud 351.
The high-flow blaster is designed specifically for cleaning down pig pens and stockyards.
It delivers flows to 21 lpm and an effective working pressure of up to 3400 psi when used with a turbo lance.
This extra flow washes away animal excrement from concrete surfaces, effectively flushing the area.
Prime power for the Aussie Scud is a 13 horsepower Honda GX390 industrial engine with low oil protection as standard equipment.
“We’ve sliced our prices on our range of professional high pressure cleaners due to the expansion of the manufacturing facility at Castle Hill in NSW,” Mr Lorenz said.
“Our bigger production runs mean these machines are leading the marketing in both quality and price.
“The machine’s (Aussie Scud) combination of high flow and high pressure means that the operator has the ability of both efficiently clean and flush at the same time.”
Designed for operation in dirty environments, the big engine drive pressure cleaner has an ergonomic, heavy duty, galvanised steel trolley.
The frame provides full protection over the engine and pump system.
The centred balance point and large, pneumatic tyred wheels makes the unit easy to manoeuvre.
“The Aussie Scud 351 features detergent injection as standard equipment,” Mr Lorenz said.
“This allows the operator to apply chemical cleaning agents to the job.
“This facilitates sanitising and dramatically cuts cleaning times with major bonuses in animal hygiene.”
For more information visit www.aussiepumps. com.au.