Tractor Mounted Sweepers


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    Regular cleaning of synthetic surfaces is vital to avoid contamination of the surface and remove potentially harmful debris before play.

    The SSS1000 sweeper features a spiral rotary brush. Debris is swept into a mesh hopper that allows pitch infill to be returned to the surface.

    Sweeping will also pick up any loose fibres that may be common place in the early weeks after installation.

    • Essential to remove organic debris before it contaminates the surface
    • Important to remove any litter and potentially harmful debris before play
    • Brush height is easily adjustable without tools
    • Fast work rate helps to keep surfaces in play
    • Adjustable drawbar which lifts upright for easy storage – ball or jaw hitch
    • Wheel drive to the brush is disengaged by simple “pull & twist” clutch levers on each wheel for transport between sites
    • Unique spiral brush design reduces vibration and ensures constant brush contact with the surface
    • SSS1000 - pull and twist release
    • SSS1000 - easy to remove hopper
    • SSS1000 - adjustable brush height



    • Specification


      Working width

      1000mm (1m/40")

      Power unit requirement

      12hp minimum

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