Don’t let power sockets hold you back or restrict the gutter-cleaning projects that you take on.
The GutterSucker solo with onboard generator, undeniably enabling you the freedom to operate without access to mains power.
There’s no hazardous trailing cables to trip over, or worrying where your next plug socket is.
What if your customer is out on the day, or doesn’t have an external plug socket? There’s no inconvenient stopping and moving generators from place to place.
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Simply power up and power through the gutter debris!
The complete system, with vacuum and generator, is mounted on an all-terrain trolley to get you from A-B and then onto to C with ease, before parking up and firing up the system.
The gutter vacuum system, is a 2900-Watt triple motor, delivering an impressive 95 Inch Water Lift and 9166 Litres Per Minutes air flow of suction power. The perfect mix of suction power to take on regular heavy-duty gutter cleans of leaves, moss, gutter turf and sludge, along with a large capacity drum to store it in.
Waste management is straightforward, with the 50mm cyclonic side entry port, evenly distributing fast moving debris around the base of the 78 Litre drum. To empty, simply remove the vac head, and pivot the drum on the stable tipping chassis and empty out the contents.
The trolley-mounted 3.4kva petrol generator with a Honda GX200 engine supplies the 230Volt power for the on-board gutter vacuum system.
Constructed of mild steel the sturdy trolley features two oversized rear wheels along with two lockable front castors.
To get you around the property and over a mix of challenging terrains.
When not required for gutter clearance, the vac can be unlocked and removed from the trolley, thus leaving you with a mobile, pull-start generator with 2 x 230 electrical ports.
So, it really is a versatile 2-in-1 system, with power, AND Gutters to go.
Clamped Carbon Fibre Hybrid Poles:
The lightweight 50mm wire-reinforced suction hose simply “plugs” into the cyclonic port which, therefore makes for a quick set up (with no time-consuming screwing in place).
Keeping the suction zapping kinks at bay, the sturdy wire framework also creates a smooth bore for a seamless “pole to port” journey for the debris.
Additionally to the generator, for safe and easy access up to 12M/ 30ft /4 storeys, the new 50mm clamped poles with EXCLUSIVE Vac Release Cuff and Anti-block Hairpin neck are a must.
- Vac Release Cuff: Simply twist the cuff to cut suction. (Patent PENDING: Application No: GB1713830.6)
- Anti-Block Hairpin Neck: With oversized neck passage to ease debris around the bend and prevent blockages.
Weighing in at just 350gms per 1.5m, the carbon fibre hybrid poles are lightweight and rigid for maximum control at height.
Having a consistent 50mm diameter from the hairpin neck through to the cyclonic vac entry port allows the maximum air flow to the motor, therefore providing maximum suction and fast results.
Garage or conservatory blocking gutter access? That’s not an issue, simply build the poles up to access height and reach and get gutter fishing!
With a mix of specialist gutter end tools, the GutterSucker Solo also comes with the handy floor tool kit.
With specialist heads for hard floors, carpet, and standing water.
The water pick up, comes in really handy for spills, puddles and pressure washing projects with poor drainage.
- Get unplugged and Go “off grid” gutter cleaning with the GS Solo!
- Go “Off Grid” with the GutterSucker Solo this Autumn.
- For the Freedom to operate without mains power, the GutterSucker Solo is a versatile investment.
Three height packages available.
- 4-pole package: two-story property (6m / 20ft)
- 6-pole package: Suitable for a three-story property (9m/ 30ft)
- 8-pole package: Suitable for a four story property (12m/ 40ft)
Now Included: 2 x Guttersucker Van Stickers.
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