Spinaclean has recently launched its latest innovation in high level cleaning - the SkyVac Solo. It is designed to provide facilities managers with a portable all-in-one system that removes the need for separate generators, helping to reduce energy consumption. The new product features a powerful gutter cleaning system, SkyVac, and a reliable, long-lasting Honda power pack.
Andy Whiting, managing director and chief innovation officer at Spinaclean, said: “With our latest product, SkyVac Solo, we created a system that would take away some of the operational headaches of working at height, reducing energy consumption and the transportation of cleaning systems. I’m really pleased to launch a product that responds to our customers’ needs, and delivers a product that will provide real cost savings, reduce risk and save time.”
SkyVac Solo offers a unique interlocking trolley system that releases the on-board power pack so that it can be used independently for onsite power, as well as making vehicle transportation easy. The SkyVac Solo was designed with heavy-duty users in mind, and features the robust, tried and tested, SkyVac industrial chassis, a key start option, and is equipped with on-board suction poles and accessory storage.