- Loading coarse waste material quickly and direct from the road onto a towing vehicle.
- Engine technology which thanks to its special design also permits reliable operation in hot (up to 50 ºC), dry and very dusty regions.
- An efficient spray water system minimizes dust emissions considerably.
The sweeping unit of the Senior 2000 consists of two towed disc brushes with brake-back protection and wear-free direct drive via its hydraulic motor. The hydraulic lifting and lowering of disc brushes, including hydraulic brush ground pressure, can be controlled via the control panel. The Senior 2000 has also a rear-mounted roller brush and enables a wear-free direct drive of the roller broom via the hydraulic motor.
Two side-mounted disc brushes in front of the axle move the debris to the centre, while a roller brush arranged behind the axle transports the debris directly to the generously dimensioned elevator. The contact pressure of the roller brush is adjusted manually, quickly and easily. At the end of the elevator, the debris is taken by height-adjustable conveyor belt and loaded onto the truck’s platform. The continuously adjustable conveyor belt speed allows even spreading of the debris across the truck’s loading platform, while to protect it from dust, the elevator is equipped with an aluminium guard.
The steel water tank is directly integrated into the vehicle's base frame and has a capacity of 1,150 litres. The water spray nozzles of the sweeping unit are supplied by a hydraulic diaphragm pump with a flow rate of up to 36 litres per minute.
The Senior 2000 is powered by an oil-cooled engine. A hydraulic double gear pump is conncted directly to the diesel engine. The hydraulics supply the water pump, the roller brush, the disc brushes, the elevator and the conveyor belt.
The height-adjustable drawbar allows easy adjustment to different vehicle heights. Various drawbar eyes and an optional hydraulic swivel drawbar are also available.