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STREET CLEANING & GRAFFITTI REMOVAL


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The importance of street cleaning in the UK is high on local authorities’ policies to ensure that the community are safe and avoid injuries whilst in public places. There are a whole host of cleaning machines available but ensuring the most efficient and cost effective equipment is vital for council’s resources.


Demon International is the UK- based manufacturer of the Hurricane Combi – the innovative machine is the ultimate tool for street cleaning, currently being used by customers in the UK and overseas.


The Combi is a flat surface rotowash cleaner with a pressure washer, allowing the user to wash flat surfaces such as pavements, walkways and cobbles using a high pressure cleaner and then quickly and easily converting to a pressure washer for cleaning buildings, park furniture and vehicles with the addition of a lance. What’s more, the Combi is fast and efficient and is the ideal solution for cleaning companies, local authorities and FM companies.


The Combi is ideal for high pressure cleaning of flat surfaces and is


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As street cleaning and graffiti removal continues to be a high priority for local authorities, Demon International tell us a little bit more about their Hurricane Combi pressure washer, and how they believe it is the perfect solution for any council’s street cleaning woes.


especially important to maintain high levels of cleanliness as well as keeping certain areas clean and safe from potential slip hazards. Denbigh Council now have multiple Combi’s on their fleet for carrying street cleaning as part of a drive to keep public areas safe to avoid injury. Many facilities management companies also use the Combi for cleaning shop and supermarket car parks. Transporting the machine is relatively easy in comparison to other solutions, making it the first choice for high pressure cleaning.


Another huge benefit is the Combi will also work as a standalone pressure washer by attaching a lance, ensuring that the operator gets the best of both worlds. There is also options for a chewing gum removal lance and the EMIS – Environmental Media Injection System – which is designed to accurately dispense fine grade blast media such as Armex, to improve cleaning of difficult surfaces or where more aggressive cleaning is required which is an ideal solution for graffiti removal.


David Walke, Sales Director at Demon said: “It has been great to


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see companies both nationally and internationally purchasing the Combi as they can clearly see the huge advantage having two options with the machine. One local authority had a problem with cleaning cobbles and wanted to help avoid a slip hazard so they have taken on the Combi for that specific cleaning task”


Demon also manufactures a 150 litre bowser which is used for hard to reach areas where water is an issue. This is the preferred machine in some pedestrianised areas for cleaning when a large machine may be difficult to transport to the area or will be too noisy or disruptive. The Mini Bowser provides nearly 15 minutes of washing time away from source and tackles smaller removal jobs quickly and efficiently.


The Mini-Bowser and Combi can be partnered up with the EMIS as a graffiti removal package and chewing gum removal.


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