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Going Down A Storm


The new and improved Hurricane Combi model is helping clean up our streets and school grounds, as more local authorities get to grips with the equipment.


Public and pedestrianized areas, streets, walkways, car parks, sports grounds – every council and local authority is committed to ensuring that their town, city or village is clean and a pleasant place to live and visit. Our town centres are more important than ever for driving business to the High Street – you only have to visit a local authority website to see the vast policies and commitments to street cleaning. However, the task in hand is no mean feat – it takes manpower and the right equipment to get the job done and done well!


Historically, it has been challenging fi nding the right equipment to complete some of the cleaning required in urban areas, but no longer! Demon International have a solution which is being welcomed by local authorities, FM companies, businesses and individuals not only in the UK, but worldwide, with the development of the Hurricane Combi Pressure Washer.


This award-winning innovation combines a fl at surface rotowash cleaner with a pressure washer, allowing the user to wash fl at surfaces using a high pressure cleaner and before quickly converting to a pressure washer for cleaning buildings, street furniture and vehicles, with the addition of a lance. What’s more, the Combi is fast, effi cient and the ideal solution for cleaning pavements, walkways, sports grounds, car parks and more!


First launched back in 2012, the Combi has been a welcome addition to the extensive Demon range of high pressure cleaning equipment. It has been modifi ed due to customer demand to include protection bars and folding handle, and is available in three different options. The P2 version is 2200PSI and powered by a Honda GX200 engine, the P4


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version is 2900 PSI powered by a Honda GX340 engine, and the latest model is a P5 green intelligent engine, which offers more fuel effi ciency by approximately 15% over a similar conventional engine.


Another huge advantage of the Combi is that it is a very portable size and weight. The Combi can be moved into the back of a van with two people and you don’t need a large van or a trailer to move it around to different sites. The companies who are enjoying the benefi ts of the machines are wide-ranging; the Hurricane Combi is already being used for street cleaning, with a number of local authorities taking up the opportunity for demonstrations. It’s also being used extensively in marinas and boatyards, especially where there is a need to clean algae which is a slip hazard. Leisure companies such as caravan and camping parks are using it for cleaning paths and walkways, giving them an added commitment to the cleanliness of the facilities on offer.


David Walke, Sales Director at Demon International, said: “The Combi is borne from the success of our already established range of pressure washers, and our longstanding knowledge of the


cleaning industry. Extensive research and development has led to this latest innovation, and we are delighted to see the enthusiasm from customers when they add this to their fl eet. It really is revolutionary for high pressure cleaning of fl at surfaces.”


www.demon-pressure-washers.co.uk


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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