Clean-up is a blast
Put the pressure on to get the job done with discounted pumps
AGRICULTURAL machinery maintenance costs can be substantially reduced by vigilant, preventative, maintenance programs.
Farm machinery and equipment should be kept clean as a first step in spotting potential problems – for example, engine or hydraulic oil leaks, or premature or excessive wear.
For a limited time, farmers can buy top quality Aussie Pumps blasters at clearance prices from dealers across the country.
The huge sale, billed as the Aussie Pumps Gals Gotta Go program, is a result of the company changing from galvanised steel frames to new stainless steel models.
The blasters in the clearance must be sold by year end as the company is already in high gear with the production of the new stainless steel range.
Prices for the clearance models start from $1498 plus GST.
Aussie Pumps manufactures a unique range of high-pressure water blasters, ideal for machinery maintenance and farm wash-down.
The Aussie Scud series engine drive blasters deliver a combination of flow and pressure that facilitates fast, efficient cleaning.
Typical of this range is the Scud 351.
Product manager Mal Patel said the Aussie Scud 351 has been hugely successful in many cleaning applications.
“This is a huge opportunity to get the best and safest blasters at a great low price,” he said.
The clearance includes models with Honda GX390 petrol engines with either recoil or electric start.
A diesel drive version, using a Yanmar L100 10hp electric start engine, is also part of the clearance program.
The heart of the machine is a Big Berty, Bertolini triplex pump that delivers 21 lpm flow.
The slow-speed, gearbox drive pump has a pressure capability of 2600 psi.
That combination makes it ideal for stripping dirt and mud from machinery.
The machine comes in a unique Aussie Scud, hot galvanised one-piece steel frame with four big 13” pneumatic tyred wheels.
The Scud design, a unique Australian development, provides a combination of OH&S friendly features, with ergonomics not found on any other machines.
“Users are surprised at the Scud’s agility, even with the diesel drive version that weighs in at around 100 kilos. Moving this machine around is child’s play,” said Mr Patel.
Big machines that are portable can get the job done faster, saving time and water and releasing plant back to the job in the minimum of maintenance downtime.
This special offer is available from Australian Pump Industries, and authorised distributors through Australia.
❝Scud The Aussie series engine drive blasters deliver a combination of flow and pressure that facilitates fast, efficient cleaning.
PUMPED FOR A GREAT DEAL: Aussie’s Scud 351 high-pressure blaster clearance means farmers can save hundreds of dollars buying direct from the manufacturer.