Getting to Know Schwarze Street Sweepers 👷🏼♂️
Regenerative air? Pure vacuum? Mechanical?
There are so many designs on the market today built for a particular purpose and job. Schwarze designs and improves street sweepers based on your input, experience, and application. With a sweeper for every job, some key factors on just a few units within the lineup can aid in your decision-making.
The non-CDL, highly maneuverable A4 Storm is a regenerative sweeper that meets or exceeds all similar competitor models in the major performance categories.
- Dump height
- Water capacity
- Broom size
- Sweep width
- Sweeping performance
- Hopper capacity of 4.5 cubic yards
The M6 Avalanche’s Schwarze® Easy Change Conveyor System makes it a breeze to repair or replace a conveyor. Go from a squeegee type to a belt type conveyor on the same machine. The free float, impact-resistant, drag shoes take lateral impact from milling cuts, manhole covers, curbs, and flexes back into place. Popular at road construction sites. It’s the first unit to go out on the roads for early spring cleanup.
The highly anticipated HyperVac pure vacuum street sweeper features the ability to remove fines from gutters and pervious pavement. It overcomes some of the typical pure vacuum sweeper drawbacks like noise, dust emissions, and poor transfer broom performance.
The most radical departure from the traditional vacuum sweeper comes from the patent-pending vertical digger broom transfer array. This entirely new material transfer system and dust separation reduces the release of contaminant air typically seen in pure vacuum street sweepers.
The largest of the fleet, the A9 Monsoon’s 9.6 cubic yard hopper is the largest in the industry. Much like the other sweepers in this lineup, the large flow area saw tooth drop-down screens allow debris capacity all the way to the screens without plugging. More capacity means less frequent dumping.
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