Jason Windows Perth Welcome Their New Ex Fleet ASC M3

Updated on Thursday, June 9, 2022

Manufacturing

Client introduction:

Jason Windows has been supplying quality window products to the WA building industry for over 50 years.
They pioneered the introduction of aluminium windows and doors to the Perth market, back in the 1960’s.

The Challenge:

Jason Windows has a very large warehouse/store and production site in Welshpool. It has a high traffic area both inside and outside as materials arrive, get produced, then dispatched to various sites.
They also have a variety of materials to be swept up including aluminium offcuts, glass, forklift tyre dust and general debris brought in via vehicles and the wind.

The Solution:

ASC Area Manager Ross Sheehan was contacted by the Jason Windows production team, to see what the market had, to match their budget and be able to do the job they required.
Sree and Murray (Managers) had many other sweeper brands demonstrated on their site and were keen to test the market.

They visited the Perth ASC Wangara warehouse to check the new and ex-fleet sweepers that Ross had in stock. They liked the idea of the well-known ASC M3 sweeper with its strong build qualities and larger hopper capacity.

They especially liked the idea of a steel hopper with plastic debris inserts to eliminate back injuries to employees. The other brands they looked had all had hoppers made primarily from plastic and all one solid piece – too heavy to carry.

They had a dust issue in the plant so the maintenance free dust filtration system offered by ASC, was a huge positive, as it had the capacity to sweep dust free for hours non stop.
Ross offered them an upgraded battery system which would deliver much lower maintenance and longer run times.

The Result:

Due to the budget restraints, Ross was able to offer and demonstrate the ex-fleet Model M3 sweeper. Fitted with the hydrostatic drive, this sweeper could easily sweep the company’s outside areas. The demonstration confirmed the machine’s ability to pick up broken glass pieces and general debris.

This impressed their management and immediately they placed an order for the machine so that it would not be snapped up by other interested parties.
Within the budget, they could also purchase a spare brush and filter, which will see them right for spare parts for many years to come.