Van der Waay AquaJet Roof Cleaner

9 March 2015 | Int. Greenhouse Guide |

Cleaning the inside of your greenhouse is a necessary task, but very labour-intensive. For exactly this reason, the job is mainly outsourced to agricultural contractors that have the right equipment to get this job done in a short time, with a good result. Van der Waay has delivered several AquaJets over the past few years and gained necessary experience on the area.

Market Demand
This task is very hard and expensive to outsource for growers, gardeners and florists in the Netherlands, and are mainly left on their own devices to get this job done. Van der Waay is therefore often asked if they have an affordable solution for it. That is why Van der Waay designed an entirely new AquaJet with the following most important goals: it had to be affordable, reliable and sound, easy to use, had to comprise of simple technique and had to be all-round irrespective of the type of cultivation and tube rail system.

Two in One
With former versions you always needed one spray cart and one flush cart, but this is no longer the case with the new AquaJet. It can be used to spray cleansing agents against the roof and it can be used to hose down the greenhouse roof under high pressure and with a lot of water without having to rebuild the cart. Reversing the tap is sufficient to get it done. By means of this combined machine, the investment is also an interesting option for smaller companies.

Plug and Play
Another major advantage of the AquaJet is that you do not need a separate high-pressure pump any longer. It is integrated in the tube rail cart. No more dragging large pump units and hose reels. Just connect a hose to a water tap, open the tap, start the engine and drive. It cannot get any simpler.

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