Any location can quickly become overrun with litter, leaves, dirt, and other debris if left unchecked. Roads and pavements can be become slippery, making them dangerous to drive and walk on. Locations can appear unkempt and neglected, spoiling the aesthetic and bringing down the surrounding area. So often, the solution is as simple as sweeping away the mess that has accumulated.
Here at MA Hart, we provide a far more time and cost-efficient alternative to carrying out this task by hand. Our road sweeper hire is a safe and practical way of sweeping away dirt, dust, leaves, and even allergens and pollens that may have settled. All you need to do is give our team a call to get the process started.
Are you looking to hire a road sweeper? If so, you’ll want to give MA Hart a call now on 01202391931 (Bournemouth) or 01425541330 (New Milton) as we offer just such a service. Our road sweeper hire is competitively priced and available to customers throughout Dorset. From roads and construction sites to car parks and event sites, we cover a multitude of areas. So, why not enquire with our team today to see if we can be of assistance to you?
Air is forced through hydraulic action into a swirling effect which is contained within the sweeping head. As this process occurs, negative pressure is created at the suction end. It’s this pressure that sucks the debris up into the hopper where the clean air is separated from the debris through centrifugal separation. The air is then reused, passing through the hydraulic system where it’s forced back into the sweeping head.
The process is highly effective and allows for particulate matter as small as 10μm (micrometres) to be collected. From sweeping roads and pavements to clearing up event sites, road sweeper hire is an excellent way of achieving pristine results in a very short space of time.
At MA Hart, we offer two paver machines, the largest capable of holding up to 10-tonnes of asphalt and the smallest capable of holding up to 5-tonnes. Both machines work by transporting asphalt from the hopper to the auger. In front of the screed, a stockpile of material is placed, and this is carried by the screed and spread across the road surface. Initial compaction is provided through this process, and a free-floating screed is used to ensure a smooth finish.