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STREET CLEANING & GRAFFITTI REMOVAL


Last year, Rochdale Council began utilising a Nilfisk City Ranger outdoor machine to carry out their non-toxic weed ripping, with excellent results. So much so that the Lancashire town have said they are planning to replace all of their current vehicles with City Rangers.


The process of weed control is one that had been carried out by hand, before the switch to mechanisation was made with the City Ranger 2250, and John King, Transport Procurement Officer for Rochdale Council, was delighted with the results. He said: “The weed removal tool is a world away from our previous manual methods. The performance and productivity of the machine is fantastic and has made a massive difference.


“The staff are very happy with the operation of the unit, which consistently gets positive comments from local residents. The results are evident from the before and after photos, and all achieved with no use of chemicals.”


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Compact Sweepers The Nilfisk City Ranger 2250 is one of a fleet of articulated outdoor machines that are easily adapted for a wide range of functions. A full range of attachments provide for year round use including green maintenance, winter maintenance and street cleaning.


The objective for the range is true 4-in-1 machines for use 365 days per year, as multi-functional use provides substantial cost savings to the customer.


The attachments are quickly and easily changed in minutes, the hydraulic hoses connecting at the turn of a handle. Weed control, rotary & mulch mowing, lawn edging, hedge trimming, suction sweeping, snow plough and salt & sand spreading can all be carried out by the versatile City Ranger.


The indispensable suction sweeper attachment is equipped with 2 front brushes as standard with 2 side brushes being optional. Each height adjustable brush has its’ own water sprayer preventing the spread of dust. Both hopper and water tanks are made from rust free moulded plastic.


City Ranger 3500 The City Ranger 3500 whilst truly multi-functional is ideal for street washing. The street flusher solution combines 2 attachments, a front mounted spray bar with nozzles that pivot up to 25°, and a large water tank that is fitted to the back of the vehicle.


The 1000 litre polyethylene tank provides for powerful high pressure washing of up to 40 bar and is aided by a 10 metre hand lance. Perfect for councils and contractors, this sturdy machine, with a working width of 1700mm, is built to work around the clock.


Innovative Scrub Deck


The City Ranger 3500 comes with a groundbreaking scrub deck. The


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attachment adds scrubbing to the machine’s capabilities and has the added benefit of a 15 litre chemical tank. The attachment has a scrubbing width of 1406mm and a brush diameter of 485mm. The scrub deck is unique in that suction is constant in both forwards and reverse mode. Water is turned off automatically when the machine is put into reverse and both water and brooms turn off if the unit remains stationary for more than three seconds.


A slim construction makes it easy to clean underneath benches and other low level obstacles, while a tilt system allows for scrubbing on ramps and anti-shock support provides for a smooth ride and protects against impact.


The lifting design enables the quick and easy replacement of wearing parts and easy access for maintenance.


All in all the scrub deck attachment is an outstanding addition to the range and can be changed in less than 10 minutes, a faster attachment change than any other machine in its class.


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