Prochem puts pressure on
better cleaning performance
Prochem Europe has
introduced induction drive pump technology to its popular Steempro range
of carpet and upholstery cleaning machines.
Pump failure is the most
commonly-perceived nuisance for the professional cleaner, particularly
half way through a job.
That’s why, after extensive
service trials, Prochem has changed the pumps on its successful Steempro
Powermax and Powerplus models to 150psi induction drive pumps as
"Traditionally, pumps of
this kind fail because of worn carbon brush wear," explains Prochem
Equipment Product Manager John Hattersley. "The outcome is usually
costly and loses time on the job.
"Induction pumps enable a
drive shaft to turn using opposing magnets and without the need for
The good news for Steempro
purchasers is a quieter and more efficient motor designed to run
continuously, without the need for a pressure switch. Pump pressure is
greater than with carbon brush pumps and with its own cooling fan, the
new induction model does away with overheating issues.
Existing Steempro users are
not missing out. The new 150psi induction drive pumps can be easily
retro-fitted into older machines.
Further information on the
Steempro range on tel 020 8974 1515 or visit
Issued March 2011 on behalf of Prochem Europe Ltd by
petermuir public relations
Whiteleaf Business Centre, Buckingham Industrial Park, Buckingham MK18
tel 00 44 (0) 1296 715228 www.pmpr.info
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