UHP Cleaners

Ultra High Pressure Cleaners (UHP) are high pressure water jetting machines. Most commonly used to remove tough stubborn dirt and debris from surfaces or for surface preparation and cutting. However, our wide range of 300 bar to 3000 bar ultra high pressure cleaners deliver so much more than this.

The UHP pump systems that are integrated in the ultra high pressure cleaners are driven by either diesel engines, petrol engines, or electric motors and produce extreme high pressures of water.

Some of the UHP models heat the water allowing the combination of high water pressure and heat to produce additional cleaning power.

IMPORTANT: Usage of Ultra High Pressure Cleaners

In order to achieve the highest operating standards, these devices need to be controlled by a workforce that has specialised experience and competence with ultra high pressure cleaners (UHPs).

To achieve responsible operation of UHP cleaners operators should be competent to use all the components in a safe manner. These include: machine power, water pressure, temperature, nozzle size, flow rate, spray pattern and jetting distance.

Familiarity with all aspects of using a ultra high pressure washer will result in high quality work, completed in a speedy, safe and responsible operation.

Ultra High Pressure Water Jetters

Morclean’s new UHP-700 models are a range of standardised UK stock models, where we have developed 3 machines that are built to this high specification.

Driven by an electric motor, petrol or diesel engine, these ultra high pressure cleaners are complete with a professional pressure gauge and a maximum working pressure of 700 bar.

These robust, ultra powerful pressure cleaners are capable of carrying out extreme work such as stripping paint and rust; and cutting through marble or reinforced concrete.  They are made to be operated in the following industries and applications

There are many industries and applications to which ultra high pressure cleaners can be applied.

  • Building Sector

    concrete scarification and demolition, degraded plaster removal, formwork cleaning and bitumen removal.

  • Construction sites

    cleaning of machinery, removal of concrete, cement, gypsum and plaster residues.

  • Ship Building Industry

    naval structure rehabilitation; removal of algae and residues from hulls of ships and large boats, cleaning propeller blades, and container rehabilitation.

  • Industrial Cleaning

    cleaning industrial plant, tanks and filters, and steel surfaces; rubber coating removal and removal of grease and oil from surfaces.

  • Urban Cleaning

    graffiti removal, horizonal signs removal, chewing gum removal, façade rehabilitation, post-fire remediation.

  • Cleaning of sewer pipes

    unblocking and removal of dirt, mildew and limestone from pipe walls.

  • Roadworks

    for street cleaning and removal of residues in the event of accidents.