ThermaTech - Modular, superheated-water cleaning equipment
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Technical Guide: download our Technical Guide for the ThermaTech Superheated Water-based Masonry Cleaning System for an overview of the product. We explain how the ThermaTech works, offer a description and full technical specification, and advise on how best to clean certain coatings.
Information Brochure: download our ThermaTech Information Brochure for further details on the ThermaTech system. This includes an introduction to the full range including the Standard and INOX models, case studies showing before and after images, customer testimonials, and details of how best to get in touch if you would like to know how we can help you.
Where has it been used?
"The ThermaTech was the perfect machine for this job, it removed the old limewash without disturbing the underlying historic render and masonry"Philip Scorer
A modular approach to design
ThermaTech is a modular system designed for safety, usability and ease of transit. Some elements are removable to facilitate use, storage and compact transportation.
The standard pump unit is 110v with a flow range of 4.0 – 8.5 litres/minute. Pressure is adjustable from 30 – 140 Bar (See Lances for optional 0 – 140 Bar and next to no water flow setup). With the addition of a drop-in transformer and appropriate pump unit, ThermaTech can be run on 230v and achieve a maximum pressure of 160 Bar.
Triggers / lances
Triggers are available as either 'Standard', offering constant flow in operation, or as 'Pressure Reducing', which allows pressure adjustment in the range of 0 Bar – Maximum pressure. Standard lances are fitted with standard nozzles to provide a 40ᵒ fan jet of superheated water at temperatures of up to 150ᵒC. Other lances and nozzles are available on request and can often be tailored to your requirements, such as more diffuse steam-type jets etc.
The tubular steel frame is designed for life cycle longevity and ease of access for maintenance and servicing. It provides hangers for the fuel supply and pump unit as well as providing an exoskeleton to house and protect the boiler unit.
A removable Jerrycan eliminates the need for an integrated fuel tank in the base unit and minimises the risk of any fuel spillage on site.