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A breakthrough in vehicle cleaning technology
Steam Clean Systems says its new Nebula Steam Cleaner offers a breakthrough in vehicle cleaning technology.
"Until now the car cleaning fraternity have had to rely on pressure washers using up to 12 litres of water per minute, or steam cleaners using less water but using diesel burners with all their deadly fumes when burned, and the mess and smell that diesel oil can cause if spilled - both of which require a mains water and electricity connection," argues sales director Charles Kent.
The Nebula, which produces a massive 44kg of steam per hour at a pressure of 20bar through two hoses, uses bottled propane gas as a heating agent.
"Propane, owing to its much cleaner burn, can be used indoors as long as the room is well ventilated," explains Charles. The machine is completely autonomous and needs no mains connections whatsoever.
The freestanding model has an integral electrical power source using four 12 volt batteries which can last for 20 hours on one charge. It also has its own 40 litre water tank that can clean up to 10 cars with one fill.
The Nebula can also be fitted with a powerful vacuum cleaner that runs from the machine's own batteries, thus making it ideal for internal vehicle cleaning as well.
As well as the freestanding version, the company can also supply a modular version that can be built into a van for mobile cleaners and valeters.
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7th September 2017