Stripping horizontal and vertical surfaces

The Spiderjet® 3000 is designed specifically for fast and effective stripping of horizontal and vertical surfaces; curved surfaces with a minimum radius of 3 metres are no problem either.

Ship and boat cleaning and more

After industrial cleaning firms initially decided to 'wait and see', now they are fully convinced, and the Spiderjet® 3000 is really building on its reputation. The Spiderjet® 3000 is designed specifically for fast and effective stripping of horizontal and vertical surfaces; curved surfaces with a minimum radius of 3 metres are no problem either. Besides cleaning and stripping of ships, the Spiderjet® 3000 has been used very successfully for cleaning large oil tanks, both on the inside and the outside. And while we are on the subject of the bottom of oil tanks, once the dirt has been sprayed loose and vacuumed out, it then becomes easy to inspect the welds. Not the slightest problem for the Spiderjet® 3000. The Spiderjet® 3000 clings to the wall by creating a vacuum, which means that both the water and the waste that has been sprayed loose are vacuumed out.

Features

  • Applicable on virtually any substrate, including steel and concrete.
  • Simple to manoeuvre using two separately controlled, pneumatically driven wheels.
  • Maximum cleaning speed: 6 metres per minute
  • Working width: 375 mm
  • Cleaning capacity: maximum 70 to 125 m² per hour
  • Vacuum required: 1500 m³/hour at 50% vacuum

It has to be connected to a high-pressure system with an operating pressure of maximum 3000 bar, and a water flow rate of maximum 50 litres per minute. In practice, it is often used at a pressure between 2000 and 2500 bar with a water flow rate of 20 to 30 litres per minute.

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