Truckmount Steam Extraction

Truckmount Steam Extraction

Hydramaster Titan 575

Hydramaster Titan 575 Truckmount Steam Extraction MachineThe Titan 575 is a titan among truckmounts. Incorporating the industry’s first true water conservation system, it also can be inactive under a full vacuum load for as long as 40 minutes without dumping fresh water. That means you can move furniture or apply pre-conditioners without running to shut off the machine, and your fresh water and recovery tanks need to be filled and emptied less often. Your hot water is used on the job, not dumped into the recovery tank, saving precious fuel each and every day. The Titan 575 is designed for reliability and serviceability.

Hydramaster Boxxer 421

Hydramaster Boxxer 421 Truckmount Steam Extraction MachineHydraMaster engineers have done an incredible job of designing big-machine performance in a compact package. The Boxxer 421 literally out-performs much larger and more expensive machines. The vacuum produced by the direct coupled engine and blower equals, or exceeds, that of many machines with larger blowers. The heat system delivers impressive solution temperatures. And, thanks to the Smart Heat Control System, it will maintain those temperatures to provide even, consistent cleaning performance. It does all this and still dumps very little water into the recovery tank.

Leaving your carpets cleaner and dryer!

Hydramaster Boxxer 427

Hydramaster Boxxer 427 Truckmount Steam Extraction MachineThe Boxxer 427 offers exceptional heat in all cleaning situations attaining a maximum temperature of 250 °F. It is powered by a 27 HP Briggs & Stratton workhorse engine. It has a high volume pump delivering up to 2500 psi for hard surfaces. Hydramaster’s Boxxer 427, in combination with the RX-20 Rotary Extraction tool, has earned a gold seal of approval from the Carpet & Rug Institute for the highest standards for carpet cleaning effectiveness.

The Carpet and Rug Institute Gold Standard

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