Production Rating: 25' to 50' per minute
Engine: 5 hp Electric Motor
The Hose Station HS-600 is a hose washing station designed for fire departments, wild land firefighters and nuclear facilities to wash hoses faster and safer. The HS-600 is capable of washing hoses up to 6” in diameter. The machine can be operated by one person, and washes a hose at a rate of 10 ft per min. The patented conveyor system allows for continual pass through of hose and couplings when attached to each other, allowing for even faster hose washing capabilities. The HS-600 is a perfect machine for professional and volunteer firefighting department because saving time is so crucial to both departments.
The HS-600 hose station is built to last; it is surrounded by a non-corrosive heavy gauge aluminum diamond plate chest. The chest has large openings allowing easy access to the patented conveyor washing system, enabling up to 6 in diameter hose and couplings to pass. The HS-600 has 8 stainless steel spray nozzles that spray 360 degrees around the hose and a variable self feeding hose driver that allows total control by one user. This machine also has a 1500 psi power washer with a easy grip handle and adjustable wand. The HS-600 has many options available some of them being; a hose pressure tester, air knives for drying, hose winder for before or after washing, 8 inch all terrain tires, trailer tow package and a pre-soak tank. The optional hose tester features 4 individually valved, 1.5 inch test ports that are angled at 45 degrees to eliminate kinking. The optional air knife hose drying system drys the hose as it exits the machine.
With the optional decontamination kit, you can quickly and easily decontaminate fire hoses, and also use the pressure wand to disperse decon juice to virtually any contaminated surface.
The HS-600 hose washing and decontamination station is capable of washing thousands of feet of fire hose at one time. The machine can be set up to run hose for hours on end ensuring significant labor reduction in your department or wild land fire station.