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Mobile jet washer

30th December 1966
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TATEST addition to the range of Wick

ham washing plant is the Tempest, an electrically powered paraffin-fired highpressure hot or cold water mobile cleaner. It is suitable for use on vehicles and will deliver 100 gal. of water per hour and detergent at 400 p.s.i. through a handheld gun. together with the variety of different washes.

The washer is 2 ft. high, 2 ft. wide and 3 ft. long measured on its 6 in. rubber tyred wheels. but excluding a single "walking stick" tubular handle fitted at one end. Ignition is automatic on the operation of a switch and the machine immediately shuts down if the water supply fails.

Water, paraffin and additive are all pumped from containers on the equipment by diaphragm pumps operated by a h.p. electric motor (240 V or 110 V). The additive container holds 2 gal. and is removable.

Made by: Wickham Industrial Equipment Ltd., Dashwood House, Old Broad Street, London EC2.

Price: Complete with 20 ft. flexible nylon hose and control gun, £225.


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