The Government of Cantabria has opted for technology from Seville. The company Surtruck, which manufactures industrial equipment for use in the fire-fighting, street cleaning and solar power plant sectors, has just delivered a pressure washer to the company MARE (Medio Ambiente, Agua, Residuos y Energía de Cantabria SA), which is part of the Regional Ministry of the Environment.
The Cantabrian Government wanted to get a pressure washer driven by the vehicle’s power take-off.
The commercial director of Surtruck Cleaning, Antonio Venegas, was in charge of delivering the pressure washer to Francisco Trueba of Norclean, the company awarded the tender by MARE and a partner of Surtruck.
The vehicle has a 250 bar high pressure pump, a safety system for overpressure, overfilling and lack of water, a 1,000 litre capacity tank, which is made of aluminium and has an energy absorption system, a stainless steel boiler for hot water, with a minimum calorific energy of 55,000 kilocalories and an auxiliary tank and detergent dosing equipment, among other characteristics that make it the most advanced in the sector.