A sweeper for a two-wheel tractor (or motorsweeper) is designed for use with two-wheel tractors with different power ratings. It has the distinctive features of being easy and light to attach to any machine. A sweeper for a two-wheel tractor is attached to the front or rear part of a two-wheel tractor by means of a quick connector.
A sweeper is agile and easy to manoeuvre, ensuring fast and precise work in all conditions of use. The sweeper chassis is equipped with brushes for two-wheel tractors. It is a versatile tool ideal for carrying out any type of work: it is perfect for the outside areas of factories, for collecting not only small materials but also for clearing snow in the winter period.
A device in the brushes allows a quick 25-degree tilt to the right and left. Ideal for cleaning urban areas such as driveways, streets, pavements, parking lots and cycle paths, they are fitted with an oil-immersed gear drive that significantly reduces the maintenance requirements of the sweeper. No major maintenance is required, just a regular check of the brush wear and tear and the oil level to ensure that everything is working properly. Another important feature of the brush for a two-wheel tractor is that it can be tilted to the right or left by means of a convenient lever operated from the driving position.
There are models of walk-behind and ride-on sweepers with different working widths.
Walk-behind sweepers are pushed by an operator, who walks controlling the sweeper with a handlebar and operating it manually. By contrast, ride-on sweepers, require the operator to sit on the machine and control manoeuvres with a steering wheel and foot pedals.
Sweepers also differ in terms of the type of power supply and the type of load. Some sweepers are driven by a combustion engine powered by diesel, petrol or LPG, or by batteries. They can also be hybrid. In addition, they can be front-loaded (recommended for collecting heavy materials) or rear-loaded (recommended for collecting large debris or light dirt).
When choosing a motorsweeper, you should assess your needs based on the environment in which you will be working.
An internal combustion engine (powered by petrol, diesel or LPG) is ideal for outdoor use, whereas the battery-powered version is more suitable for working indoors. Some sweepers can be equipped with hybrid technology (battery and petrol-powered) developed specifically to meet the needs of those who have to sweep both open and enclosed areas using the same machine.