Schmidt｜SK 500 - 700
- Quick and economical operation thanks to mechanical cleaning along the entire sweeping width
- Maximum suction performance and generously dimensioned hopper ensure extended operations and a high degree of efficiency
- Continuously variable operating speed 0-20 km/h (0-12mph)
- SK 500: Ideally suited for applications in urban areas thanks to a small turning circle and compact dimensions
- SK 600 and SK 700: Ideally suited for all kinds of applications thanks to a large operational radius and high payload
- Intuitive and user-friendly menu control for comfortable working
Towed sweeping unit with brake-back protection, equipped with disc brush, feeder brush and suction duct with integrated brush roller fitted between the axles. The sweeping unit can be mounted right, left or on both sides.
The SK sweepers have a hydraulically driven and controllable high-performance, flow-optimised, integrated suction fan. The suction fan and V-shaped suction nozzle together produce a high suction performance even at low engine speeds, while the towed suction nozzle minimises the risk of damage during sweeping operations.
Non-corrosive, glass fibre-reinforced plastic water tanks with capacities of 1,100 litres for the SK 500, 1,800 litres for the SK 600 and 2,100 litres for the SK 700; plus fresh water pump of up to four bar / 40 l/min. The disc brush, feeder brush and suction duct employ spray water to capture particulate matter, while the SK series complies with the latest directives on particulates.
Sweeping material hopper
The SK sweepers are equipped with 5m³, 6m³ and 7m³ hoppers with stainless steel, non-corrosive floor pans. They offer hydraulic backward tipping, at a 47° tipping angle for the SK 500 and 60° for the SK 600 and SK 700, for safe and quick discharging.
Ergonomics and comfort
The control panel is located in the cab next to the driver’s seat, with user-friendly menu control. All main functions, such as the adjustment of the disc brush, are immediately next to the steering wheel.
Suction fan and hydraulic unit drive
Auxiliary diesel engine, powered hydraulically via the PTO (Power Take-Off) of the chassis engine or via a hydrostatic drive, which permits a continuously variable operating speed of 0-20 km/h (0-12mph) and a driving speed of up to 40 km/h (25mph).