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Features & Equipment

700 MM MAIN BROOM WITH 6 V-SHAPED BRISTLE ROWS
1150 MM WIDE SWEEPING PATH WITH 2 SIDE BROOMS
450 MM NYLON SIDE BROOMS
230-MM DIAMETER VACUUM IMPELLER
1 POLYESTER CLASS S BAG FILTER
ELECTRIC FILTER SHAKER
FLASHING LIGHTS
72 LITRE TOP LOADING DEBRIS HOPPER
FORWARD/REVERSE HYDROSTATIC DRIVE
REAR WHEEL DRIVE THROUGH DIFFERENTIAL
SOLID STEEL FRAME REINFORCED AT ALL STRESS POINTS
WET SWEEP OPTION STANDARD
DUST CONTROL TO 3 MICRON
QUICK DISCONNECT FILTER
HIGH GLOSS EPOXY RESIN FINISH
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ASC Eureka M3 TECHNICAL DATA

Main Brush Width mm700
Total Sweeping Path mm1150
Maximum Cleaning Capacity sq.mt/hr7820
Chassis -Solid Steel
Power Source -Battery or Petrol
Bag House Dust Filter -Standard
overlay-equipment

Features & Equipment

700 MM MAIN BROOM WITH 6 V-SHAPED BRISTLE ROWS
1150 MM WIDE SWEEPING PATH WITH 2 SIDE BROOMS
450 MM NYLON SIDE BROOMS
230-MM DIAMETER VACUUM IMPELLER
1 POLYESTER CLASS S BAG FILTER
ELECTRIC FILTER SHAKER
FLASHING LIGHTS
72 LITRE TOP LOADING DEBRIS HOPPER
FORWARD/REVERSE HYDROSTATIC DRIVE
REAR WHEEL DRIVE THROUGH DIFFERENTIAL
SOLID STEEL FRAME REINFORCED AT ALL STRESS POINTS
WET SWEEP OPTION STANDARD
DUST CONTROL TO 3 MICRON
QUICK DISCONNECT FILTER
HIGH GLOSS EPOXY RESIN FINISH

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Kwik Lok Cheltenham go with ASC

Updated on Monday, July 27, 2020

Kwik Lok Cheltenham go with ASC

Kwik Lok Solves their plastic regrind Issues with an ASC M3 The Company. Kwik Lok is a global leader in package closures. They started out small and have grown into a multinational company producing billions of the small bag closures (bag ties) every year. The company is based in Melbourne’s

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Heavy Duty ASC M3 Sweeper – High Quality Equipment to Eliminate Build Up of Dust & Debris

Updated on Monday, July 27, 2020

Heavy Duty ASC M3 Sweeper – High Quality Equipment to Eliminate Build Up of Dust & Debris

Garfield Sawmill is a specialist timber milling hardwood company based in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburb of Pakenham. The Challenge Cutting and milling timber naturally generates a lot of dust. As the timber dust is so light and micro fine, wind scatters this dust around the site very quickly. Ron Miller,

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