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Schwarze Non-CDL A4 Storm Compact, Powerful, and Maneuverable

Schwarze Non-CDL A4 Storm Compact, Powerful, and Maneuverable.
Non-CDL Schwarze A4 Storm hopper lifted.

The Schwarze® A4 Storm regenerative sweeper offers big performance in a compact, Non-CDL required sweeping package. Equipped with 39-inch gutter brooms the A4 has an increased surface area enabling it to transfer materials from a greater distance from the sweeping head. Whisper Wheel technology powering an angled rubber blast orifice pickup head Increases debris transfer while enabling high speed sweeping and reducing noise by 70% compared to the previous model fan. Having spray nozzles around each broom and in the front allows for dust control while sweeping helping make the truck be PM 10 Certified meeting AQMD 1186 requirements to pick up and contain harmful particulates. The A4 storm is designed with no compromises from a full-size street sweeper. With a 4 cubic yard, roll off container dump height, corrosion resistant polymer toolboxes, and availability of dual steering, the A4 storm is uniquely positioned to excel at cleanup where space is limited like a construction site or city street. Offering Gutter Broom Extension Override (GEO), with the press of one button it allows the operator to have variable lateral positioning of the side brooms on the A4 storm. For added flexibility, conventional as well as cab over chassis are available. Having many optional attachments such as the auxiliary catch basin hand hoses or a high-pressure water system with hose reel the A4 can do everything needed on the job site. When it comes to features and performance, the A4 Storm meets or exceeds all similar competitor models in the major performance categories including dump height, water capacity, broom size, sweep width, ergonomics and, above all, sweeping performance.

 

Editor's Note: Scranton Gillette Communications and the SGC Infrastructure Group are not liable for the accuracy, efficacy and validity of the claims made in this piece. The views expressed in this content do not reflect the position of the Roads & Bridges' Editorial Team.

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