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PRESSURE WASHERS & STEAM CLEANING Creating a Storm


Winter can be a busy time for cleaning after the summer months – from Marinas cleaning slipways to holiday parks closing for the winter. Having the right cleaning equipment can save businesses time and money, and Demon Pressure Washers explain why their Hurricane Combi is one of the best.


Demon International are proud to be celebrating 50 years in business in 2014 and continue to go from strength to strength with revolutionary cleaning equipment for a multitude of industries and applications.


The last few years have been a huge success with new product development and expansion of existing products and Demon are especially seeing the worldwide uptake in the Hurricane Combi pressure washer. This unique pressure washer enables you to clean more areas in less time with greater effi ciency.


The Combi comes complete with twin spinning arms which rotate at 2000rpm and a 50mm heavy duty skirt which reduces overspray to a minimum - essential when cleaning in urban areas, marinas, holiday parks, car parks and more. It is designed for cleaning fl at surfaces, including walkways, roads, and slipways, and is manufactured with an integral Hurricane P2 pressure washer at 2200psi – 13 litres per minute or a P4 Honda engine at 2900psi – 15 litres per minute. It also has the added benefi t of being easy to transport in the back of a vehicle between locations.


Once the fl at surface has been cleaned you can then disconnect from the rotodeck and use with the 9m hose and lance provided to clean harder to reach areas or for general cleaning of buildings and machinery. The Combi glides effortlessly over any surface minimising operator fatigue, with grey non marking rubber wheels which are ideal for most fl at surfaces. Due to the power of the pressure washer and the spinning


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arms, operators benefi t from cleaning surfaces in a fraction of the time.


The Combi is currently being used by councils for cleaning parks, walkways and streets, as well as marinas and boatyards for cleaning pontoons and slipways to avoid slip hazards and assist with a safe environment.


Facilities Management companies and contract cleaners also use the Combi for cleaning car parks, buildings, property maintenance and grounds, while Holiday Parks use it for cleaning paths, play areas, outdoor seating areas and sports facilities.


The versatility of the machine and its benefi ts to so many industries make it an essential machine for hire companies. Hirers across the UK are adding the Combi to their latest catalogues, as it is popular not only amongst businesses but private individuals for weekend hire to clean driveways, patios and decking.


As well as the success of the Combi, the Demon Mini-Bowser continues to go from strength to strength each year since its launch more than fi ve years ago. This unique Bowser has a water capacity of 150 litres, and is powered by a Honda engine providing up to 15 minutes washing time away from a water source. This has proved to be an essential piece of equipment for many businesses that have to clean areas that are hard to reach, including at height or remote locations.


With more than 28 models to choose from, including electric, petrol or diesel, hot water and bowser pressure washers, all with the quality that professional users need and the ability to build special purpose machines and modify the standard machines, there is a pressure washer to suit all applications regardless of how unique you think your cleaning task is.


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