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New cleaner sucks up waste water as it goes and delivers it to where it's needed!
Karcher's new FRV 30 very cleverly automatically sucks up the waste water from the area being cleaned, leaving the surface much drier and eliminating the need for the inconvenient flushing of the surface after cleaning.
The FRV 30 can cut water consumption and therefore your bills, as waste water can be drained off through the 5m suction hose and directed to wherever it is needed. As John said when the machine was so ably demonstrated by Jeff Hilton outside Karcher's training centre last week: "You can even use it to water the flower beds!"
Equally useful on walls (and easy and comfortable to use on them thanks to its integrated handle) as well as floors, concrete walkways etc., this machine has three non-marking wheels for improved maneouvrability and ceramic bearings for longer service life.
Photo: Jeff Hilton explains the simple water vacuum technology in the floor surface tool that diverts waste water from the treated area
21st July 2011