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New Walk- Behind Sweeper


Set To Excel Nilfi sk has launched a new walk- behind sweeper with outstanding productivity and a host of innovative time saving features.


All one-touch controls have been designed to be used from the operator position. Central to the ergonomic design is the intuitive dashboard that includes an hour run meter, battery level indicator and low voltage cut off. The new SW900 is available in battery and petrol versions and has a productivity rate of 2,230m2


/hour.


The main broom allows for a working width of 600mm, while the optional left side broom extends cleaning to 1,050mm and can be operated from the handlebar. The handle itself is completely foldable for ease of storage and transportation.


Very often, sweeper operators are left with dirty hands after emptying the hopper of the machine. The SW900 hopper design is cleverly wheeled allowing the operator to easily pull the 60l hopper off the machine and transport to the tipping point without getting dirty.


A simple turn of the key activates the main broom and vacuum fan, and the


New Scrubber Dryer Changes Retail Cleaning


Launching this month, Kärcher’s BR 35/12 C raises the bar in the popular compact battery-powered scrubber dryer category. With unique features like roller brushes with pre-sweep tray, and the KART (Kärcher Advanced Response Technology) steering system, the BR 35/12 offers new levels of performance and convenience for applications like retail and hospitality, where time is often critical.


Thanks to its intuitive steering wheel-style control, the 35/12 offers incredible manoeuvrability and is very easy to handle. All switches are close at hand, especially the brush control which is operated by a paddle-type switch on the back of


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the steering wheel. Plus, because the 35/12 uses a roller brush instead of a disc, the machine is very easy to push and stays in a straight line.


The height-adjustable steering wheel controls the rotating cleaning head unit, which enables cleaning right up to edges and corners, and cleaning can also be performed with the roller brush pointing sideways or even 180° back towards the machine.


The vacuum function can be switched off for deeper cleaning, and the eco!effi ciency mode reduces water and power consumption, whilst greatly lowering the noise level of the machine – ideal for daytime cleaning.


The new lithium-ion battery features an on-board charger, gives excellent run times and can be opportunity charged, whilst the convenient picnic-basket-style tank can be easily removed and carried to a fi lling or draining area.


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electric driven side brooms can be activated whilst the sweeper is in use and will only rotate if lowered. The key switch mechanism is also an excellant safety feature, as it protects against operation from unauthorised users.


The Nilfi sk ‘no-tools’ concept is continued within this machine design, meaning brooms and fi lters can be changed without the use of tools, while the new electric fi lter shaker system saves fi lter cleaning time and improves productivity. Simply opening the sweeper cover gives full access to all components for easy inspection and low cost maintenance. If wet sweep is an issue then there’s no problem; a wet sweep by-pass function means that the SW900 can sweep through a puddle of water without wetting the fi lter – good design in evidence where it matters most.


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