Clean Machines

Hard-working, time-saving vacuum and washdown pumps enhance cleaning performance and build productivity for the route driver
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Masport Inc.

The HXL4V vacuum pump from Masport Inc. delivers 122 to 156 cfm at up to 1,400 rpm and 20 inches continuous Hg (up to 27 inches Hg intermittent). Features include automatic oiling, tangential rotor design for higher airflow efficiency and less vane and cylinder wear, multiple inlet and outlet porting design. The pump accommodates clockwise or counterclockwise drive systems. The integral valve enables the unit to operate in vacuum and pressure modes. Other features include heavy-duty bearings, Viton oil seals and heat-stabilized Kevlar vanes. 800/228-4510; www.masportpump.com.

 

MTH Pumps

The DC10, 12-volt, motor-driven washdown centrifugal pump from MTH Pumps features all cast, stainless steel parts, long-lasting, dry-run mechanical seal and enclosed Leeson motor. The unit can continuously pump up to 40 psi with a maximum capacity of 25 gpm. 630/552-4115; www.mthpumps.com.

 

Moro USA

DCSC and DCSS heavy-duty washdown pumps from Moro USA have a stainless steel pump head, pressure switch and 12-volt solenoid that enables users to control flow at the nozzle without damaging the pump. Specifically designed for filling sinks and portable restrooms, the pumps have a maximum delivery rate of 20 gpm at 42 psi. Features include 1-hp, 12-volt DC motor, 1-inch discharge and 1 1/4-inch intake as well as stainless steel impeller for durability and efficiency. 800/383-6304; www.morousa.com.

 

Water Cannon

The Annovi Reverberi washdown pump from Water Cannon delivers a maximum 2,500 psi and maximum flow rate of 3.5 gpm. Flow and pressure rates can be adjusted to avoid backsplash. The pump mounts to most trucks and can be connected to existing hydraulic systems. No gasoline or electric power is required. Hydraulic requirements begin at 7 gpm; pressure requirements start at 800 psi. Additional hydraulic-driven models with power up to 5.5 gpm and pressure to 4,000 psi are available. 800/333-9274; www.watercannon.com.



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