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Billy Goat offer wheeled vacuums

Published: 7 September 2018

Wheeled vacuums from Billy Goat have been designed to be suitable for all residential, commercial and municipal property requirements. Designed for use on both lawns and hard surfaces, Billy Goat wheeled vacuums are built to last, with many now having been in service around the world for more than 20 years. The range features 13 products, the newest of which – added in 2018 – is the KV601. The KV601 is part of the KV series which is designed to meet the needs of both the domestic and residential markets, however the KV601 also boasts a Briggs & Stratton professional series engine, which is designed to tackle the toughest of tasks. It also has low emissions.

 

 

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