The largest Super Sopper model is the Whale. It's 2 six-foot wide drums quickly and effectively removes water from large playing areas such as cricket and football fields.
It is powered by a 25hp petrol engine with hydraulic controls and drive and has a 12v electric start.
The Whale can simultaneously pick up and pump away more than 7,000 gallons of water per hour, or its standard 66-gallon holding tank can be quickly emptied off the playing field.
The Whale has varying speeds in forward and reverse up to 6mph. A rugged hydraulic system directs the steering, squeeze roller pressure and water pump.
Despite its impressive size the Whale will not cause surface damage: actual surface pressure is only 5 to 6 pounds per square inch.
The Whale in action
Used exclusively at:
Lords Cricket Ground (2 Pictured below left)
Sydney Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Also around the world in 16 different countries.
Priced on application
The 2 Super Sopper Whales at Lords Cricket Ground with the inventor Gordon Withnall
A Super Sopper Whale packed and ready for delivery