With over 100 accessories and over 1.3 million possible configurations the Taski Trolley System from Diversey Care claims to offer one of the most flexible systems on the market. Designed to meet evolving requirements, changes can be made by simply adding or removing various modular components without buying a complete new system or chassis.
How important are factors such as comfort, ease of use and safety in a ride-on sweeper? Ann Laffeaty asks sweeping machine manufacturers about the latest ergonomic enhancements they offer - and finds out how much of an impact these have on productivity and performance.
Ride-on sweepers are increasingly becoming the preferred option for anyone
Along with its comprehensive line of replacement parts for sweepers, TVH offers a range of other tools. The Maxi sweeper, for example, offers a specific solution for telehandlers. The basis of the sweeper is a galvanised scoop with a blade of wear-resistant HB400 steel for scraping off caked-on dirt.
Hydraulic hoses come as standard and the brush
Introduced to Johnston’s C201 Compact and V range truck mounted sweepers as part of the new-generation CANbus electronics system, the latest Data Capture feature allows a wide range of data to be downloaded via a USB stick and viewed through any standard spreadsheet package, supplying fuel consumption and productivity feedback without the
According to Fimap its new FSR sweeper has been designed for maximum versatility because it can work both indoors and outdoors. It is also said to be compact enough to work in small areas but - thanks to the long working time of the hybrid version - it can also clean wide surfaces.
The battery version can work for four hours non-stop while the
RCM’s Combo ride-on sweeper is designed for large areas and can sweep, wash and dry separately. A pair of rollers collects wet and dry solid material in the refuse container. Meanwhile, liquid is intercepted by the squeegee which sucks it into the recovery tank.