Clean-up is a blast

Put the pres­sure on to get the job done with dis­counted pumps

The Northern Star - Northern New South Wales Rural Weekly - - NEWS -

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.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

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.

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