Hako to launch new cleaning products at CIVENEX
Cleaning solutions business Hako Australia will launch its new range of sweepers and scrubbers at Australia’s annual construction and public works expo, CIVENEX, which returns to Sydney’s Eastern Creek Dragway in May.
Hako says the new machines are ideal for local government users with their ability to clean in wet or dry environments, including highly polluted urban areas.
According to Hako, one of the new products- the Citymaster 1250 city cleaner is tailor-made to meet the high standard of footpath and street cleanliness required by most Australian councils.
The company says it is a multi-purpose unit that's been designed from the ground up to be an articulated sweeper, scrubber, mower, mulcher and more.
Hako says that with its extraordinary suction, power and articulated design, the Citymaster 1250 city cleaner offers manoeuvrability and performance around footpath obstacles and in restricted spaces, ensuring thorough cleanliness on cycle paths, footpaths and roadways.
Hako Australia National Marketing Executive Pamela Bourne says the Citymaster 1250 city cleaner has a fully air-conditioned cabin with low internal noise, ergonomically arranged seating and controls that make the machine very comfortable for the operator.
"This machine is uniquely suited to vacuuming litter and scrubbing pavements," she says.
Hako claims the machine is also highly versatile, taking only minutes to change from a high-performance suction sweeper to a large-capacity footpath scrubber. The 1,300mm scrubbing deck ensures all debris and water is picked up immediately, leaving the surface dry and ready for pedestrians to walk on.
"Hako Australia is proud to be exhibiting at CIVENEX 2013. As with previous CIVENEX shows, this year we will be showcasing all our latest machines," Bourne says.
Also on show at Hako's stand will be the Hako-Citymaster 2000, a high-end compact sweeper. Built as a proper utility vehicle with ease of serviceability top of mind, Hako says the Citymaster 2000 has low fuel consumption and a Euro 5 engine that has raised the bar and set new standards with regard to machine durability, reliability and efficiency.
The machine's two-brush system has a working width of up to 2.5m and hydraulically-driven disk brushes that can be individually adjusted for speed, pressure and working width from the driver's seat. The three-brush system also available with the Citymaster 2000 gives it extra flexibility, enabling the machine to clean under park benches and footsteps.
"The growing trend for daytime cleaning requires cleaning machines to be operated more and more in full view of people and their local communities," Bourne says.
"Using high-quality materials ensures Hako machines make a positive, lasting impression within the community and help sustain the environment," Bourne adds.
"We are looking forward to demonstrating the quality and functionality of our latest machines at CIVENEX 2013."
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