There are problems in the course of removing oil spills and extreme dirt that conventional cleaning methods cannot solve- but our high-pressure vacuum technology can! Even under difficult situations, for example wet ground, our systems achieves a cleaning result of up to 100%. What’s more, when it comes to restoring the road’s grip- in concordance with the test criteria for the mechanical removal of oil- our systems verifiably achieve far better results than oil-binding agents do. Besides oil spill removal, this system is also suitable for all applications that involve the complete absorption of water-endangering substances. The removal of extreme dirt in industrial contexts is only one example for our vehicle’s versatile operational purposes
All that is happening under a rotor hood, which is sealed towards the outside. The water-tenside mix thereby infiltrates the surface’s capillaries and so rinses all substances out of the cavities. Remarkable hereby is the very low water consumption of 20-30 l/min at the maximum.
The high suction power and the constant vacuum under the rotor hood ensure that with this twin-chamber, high- pressure vacuum process, all residues are completely absorbed into the vehicle’s waste water tank.
The rotor hood is also equipped with a second integrated suction chamber for air acceleration. This construction guarantees a constantly high suction power during the operation independent of the type of ground and the its (un-)evenness. Further it prevents a leakage of potentially remaining liquids when the rotor hood is lifted.
Inside the rotor hood, a partition wall constitutes the integrated suction chamber, in which a considerable acceleration of air takes place. At the lower edge of the partition wall a strong Venturi effect is created which is essential for being able to suck those substances which adhere firmly to the ground, such as oil, for example, effectively from deep within fine pores.
In addition to that, this special design makes it possible to create a shallow flow of air which is led along the ground and contributes additionally to the absorption of dirt from the ground into the first chamber.