User Friendly Design
Designed for one person to load into and out of most vehicles safely. Can be transported in multiple positions.
Digital primary temperature control achieves more accurate temperatures, with less fluctuation, providing better efficiency.
Removable fuel tank, with lockable pick-up device minimises risk of serious fuel spillage on site.
Colour-coded High Pressure hoses aid quick set-up times and improve safety awareness. Cold hoses are Blue, Hot hoses are Red.
Numerous in-built safety features to keep machine, operatives and public safe.
Designed to be run on various fuel types* (or a mixture thereof) without adjustment to the fuel delivery system. [*Red or White Diesel, EN14214 Grade Bio-Fuels and 28 second Kerosene.]
Key Technical Details
IP67 rating on pump controls and electronics, exceeding current regulations.
Pump units have secondary outlets allowing: operatives to de-pressurise the system from the base unit (as opposed to de-pressurising from the trigger), easy priming when running from a static water supply i.e. a barrel or bowser and even for two boiler units to be run in tandem from one pump.
Ground up design incorporates environmentally responsible manufacturing processes with very little non-recyclable waste produced.
24v controls exceed current regulations and provide a safer working environment.
Five stage contamination separation in the fuel system ensures good, clean fuel supply achieving best possible boiler efficiency.
All switches have ‘under-volt’ and ‘over-current’ protection, which protects against the effects of improper power supply and overloading.
A visual gauge on the control panel allows operatives to gain an indication of the condition of the fuel filter, meaning routine maintenance can be carried out before it causes a problem.
ThermaTech utilises a particular angle of nozzle (40 degree), where most systems make use of 25 degree angled nozzles, that as well as being narrower in scope, will potentially provide slower and reduced work rates (and therefore increase labour costs), plus there is an increased risk of substrate damage