The self-elevating version is lowered and raised from the driver's seat using a 12-volt winch with a wireless controller. The winch is powered by the tow vehicles battery via clip-on connectors or via a Anderson connection run to the rear of the tow vehicle.
When coming to the end of a pass or joining existing work the unit may be raised, towed and turned around at the next intersection just like a regular trailer. On returning to the work area it should be lowered before re-joining the work. This returns any stones to the work so that they do not get crushed into the existing asphalt surface.
Due to a rigid drawbar, not only does the operator have better control, but the drag broom works extremely well in reverse.
The Drag Broom can be conveniently transported on an ordinary ute without overhangs, and may be towed on its wheels to and from the park-up area saving brush wear.
No more dragging stones onto finished surfaces
No more pulling mudflaps off utes while towing drag brooms with Telstra rope
No more jumping in and out of the vehicle to turn around at the end of every pass
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