The RSS Group International
Say Goodbye to sweeping and vacuuming woes!
Across the range, SureSweep’s TRS technology means that
1. Pick up more dirt than ordinary sweepers
Whether you’re using our Ride-on or Walk-behind sweepers, the flexibility of the brushes means you’re confident that every scrap of refuse (from bottles and cans right down to fine dust and sand) which passes beneath the core of the rollerbrushes will be collected.
2. The rear-mounted dirt hopper won’t get blocked!
In contrast to traditional front-mounted hoppers, the SureSweep’s rearmounted hopper increases productivity and efficiency with it’s zeroblockage design.
3. Bulky and problematic objects are easily collected
No rubber lip means that lighter, bulkier objects (such as e.g. polystyrene cups, bottles, cans, and wet or dry leaves) can be drawn in by the front rollerbrush and collected by the machine. A slight vacuum is created between the rollerbrushes, which allows traditionally problematic refuse (such as paper which is lying flat on the floor) to be easily collected.
4. Get more done in less time without having to empty the dirt-hopper as often.
The hopper is filled from the top, which enables optimum volume utilisation. So, you don’t have to empty it as frequently. This means longer running times between emptying.
5. Clean uneven surfaces thoroughly and easily with the height-adjustable sweeper roller
The sweeper roller is kept at an optimum height, this compensates for wear. This compensates for wear and ensures that you get great results.
Step 1. The front rollerbrush rotates in the air without coming into contact with the ground — guiding larger dirt and debris towards the twin rollers. As a result, it is subject to less wear, and uses only a small amount of energy.
Step 2. The two counter-rotating sweeping rollers grab both the coarse and the fine particles and sweep them into the hopper. (This is filled from the front to ensure optimal utilization without blockages!) The dirt and rubbish is guided backwards — towards the hopper — via a guide (positioned above the point at which the rollers intersect). This ensures that the material is fed over the rear roller and into the hopper.
Step 3. Two side brushes support the work carried out by the rollerbrushes. They brush the dirt and rubbish from the corners and edges of the floor, and into the path of the rollerbrushes, which then collect it. Since there is no rubber lip in front of the sweeping rollers, even larger debris get picked up by the sweeping rollers.