HydroCart Basic Eagle
Basic cart without a pump: A 4 stage filtration system which includes reverse osmosis and deionization processes to produce pure water and spot free w...
The Hydro Cart is perfect for most applications but can be ordered with electric or battery boost pump modules (or can be easily added later) to increase productivity in low water pressure areas or when two-pole cleaning is desired.
- 4-Stage Pure Water Filtration
- Low cost pure water cleaning
- Battery and electric pump modules can be added later as your business grows
- Compact and portable, easily moved in and out of vehicles, up and down steps, and across any terrain
- Includes 100' of industrial hose
- Tank-less system provides enough pure water for: 1 pole at 2 stories, or 3 stories if city pressure is at least 60psi
If the water pressure in your area is not at least 60psi, you will want to consider an cart with a battery pump, a cart with an electric pump, or a cart with a gas pump to increase water pressure and pump the water up and out your Water Fed pole.
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