Clean up the farm for less with Aussie Pumps

North East & Goulburn Murray Farmer - - News -

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.

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