When you're in need of a little more cleaning power than our standard 100 PSI Carpet Cleaning Extractor, then go for this 500 PSI model. Same great engineering, same great CleanFreak design, just a little more power under the hood. With the 11 gallon solution tank (and 13 gallon recovery tank) you'll have ample cleaning capacity to tackle the average carpet cleaning job. A 12" wide single jet carpet wand is included with this machine so you can start cleaning carpets right away. Add in some optional upholstery tools and you're all set to clean carpeted stairs, upholstered furniture, and occasionally do automotive cleaning.
You can compare this machine to our complete line of box style carpet cleaners, and you'll clearly see the value of this unit. One of the greatest features of this CleanFreak 500 PSI extractor is its simplicity. As you can see from the control panel pictured to the left, and the back profile shown below, there isn't too much to operating the unit. Just flip on the pump and either a single vacuum motor, or both of them, depending on how much water you need to recover, and go!
· 120 volt AC, pulling 16 amps on normal carpet cleaning jobs.
· 12-inch non marking rear wheels and 4-inch non marking front casters.
· Ergonomically positioned switches and molded handle with cord storage.
· 12-inch single jet cast aluminum head drag wand with handle grip.
· Rotationally molded polyethylene body.
· Two powerful 2-stage vacuum motors.
· Easy access to all mechanical components.
Specifications: Solution Tank: 11 gallon Recovery Tank: 13 gallon Solution Pressure: 500 PSI Water Lift: 150" Air Movement: 97 CFM Water Flow: 1.4 GPM Power Cord: 25' 12-3 Vacuum Recovery Hose: 25' Dimensions: 36" H x 29" L x 19" W Weight: 95 lbs. Warranty: 1 year
*Caring for Your Carpet Extractor:
If your extractor has any chance of being exposed to freezing temperatures you'll need to "winterize" it. To winterize your machine drain out as much water as you possibly can. Then pour about a 1/2 gallon if windshield wiper fluid into the empty solution tank, turn on the pump, and draw the fluid through the machine.
Next time you use the extractor make sure to run a full tank of clear water through the system before you start your next carpet cleaning job.