- Large reduction of manual labour
- Keeps other machines such as graders and rollers operating with minimal idle time
- Cleans a 150mm thick windrow at walking pace and smaller windrows at a brisk pace
- Spreads gravel evenly in front of grader with no bumps to upset the final trim
- Grader operator has a clear view of the kerb edge
- Reduced kerb damage as there is no longer any excuse for attempting to clean kerbs using a grader
- After final trim remaining gravel is swept out evenly enough to be rolled in
- After priming kerb may be swept onto footpath evenly enough not to require picking up
- After top soiling and turfing footpath, kerb may be cleaned as above
- Clean kerbs mean less silt in pipes
Other uses that have been found include... Sweeping prior to prime - areas against island kerbing, profiled excavation and highway barriers where tractor or bobcat brooms cannot reach. Asphalt repairs that are too narrow for a tractor or bobcat broom.
- Kawasaki engines fitted with air intake and oil filter designed for Australian conditions.
- All bearings, belts and other components are commonly available.
- Wheel alignment adjustable for other applications.
- No special parts or tools are required for ongoing operation and maintenance.
- Brushes used are readily available. Modified brushes available from manufacturer provide improved performance.
- Brushes are securely retained by a single bolt.
- Adjustable handles allow easy and safe operation by different operators reducing the risk of back injuries.
- Engine protected by frame.
- Handles fold fully forward to facilitate easy transport.
- Light weight construction.
Standing time by capital machines reduces profit as does time spent shoveling kerbs. Savings in these areas add directly to the profitability of the job.
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