Designed to work in demanding applications, the Duemila is highly efficient and ideal for large outdoor areas such as car parks, marshalling yards and distribution centres.
Large Scale Sweeping
The Duemila industrial sweeper has a cleaning capacity of over 20,000 square metres per hour. It has a 1200mm wide main brush, which together with twin side brushes, gives the machine a 1900mm sweeping width. Duemila is capable of sweeping at a speed of over 10 kph.
Dust Free Sweeping
With vacuumised side brushes, the Duemila sweeps totally dust-free, even in the most difficult environments. This industrial sweeper also has an up-and-over sweeping system which is proven to collect dust and debris better than alternative methods. A further advantage of the up-and-over system is that the hopper can be situated at the rear of the sweeper, making it easier for the driver to see and manoeuvre.
The Duemila’s large, 400 litre hopper means that the sweeper can work for long periods between empties. The high dump discharging system lifts the hopper to a height of 1580mm enabling the operator to transfer its contents directly into a skip.
Easy to Use
Ease of use and reliability were key influences in the Duemila’s design. The driving position is comfortable and the car-like controls fall easily to hand. All the controls are logically laid out and ergonomically arranged to enable extended operation. The front mounted driving position offers excellent visibility for safe operation in crowded or busy areas.
Duemila Diesel Specification
|Cleaning Width:||1900mm with 2 side brushes, 2250mm with 3|
|Hopper Capacity:||470 Litres|
|Hydraulic Hopper Emptying|
|Dimensions:||226cm x 166cm x 148cm|
|Electric Filter Shaker|
|Side Brushes:||Standard 2 Option +1 Vacuumised|
|Brakes:||Parking and service|
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