Great Western Sweeping has the right equipment for your job. Our late-model fleet and environmentally sound waste disposal methods insure clean pavement and a clean environment.
Regenerative Air Sweepers
Regenerative sweepers use a closed loop air system to cut down on noise and dust while vacuuming the pavement clean. We utilize two regenerative air models. Our late model Tymco 435s are great for maneuvering around equipment and parked cars. They are effective and economical. The larger Schwartz A-8000s have a greater capacity to carry water to a site and debris away. They create more airflow and have a broader sweep path. We asses needs on each job and send the machine best suited to the conditions.
Mechanical broom sweepers are aggressive and physically scour surfaces. This type of machine is capable of moving heavy debris onto its conveyor, then transferring it to a hopper for disposal. These are great for sweeping industrial and construction sites, chip seal rock, road sand, and working behind milling machines and preparation for paving work.
#26 2017 Schwarze A-4000 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#41 2016 Elgin Broom Badger Power Broom
#25 2015 Tymco 435 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#24 2015 Tymco 435 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#30 2013 Tymco DST-4 Dustless Air Sweeper
#22 2009 Tymco 435 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#10 2007 Schwarze A-8000 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#19 2006 Schwarze A-8000 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#18 2005 Schwarze A-7000 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#15 2003 Schwarze A-8000 Regenerative Air Sweeper
#35 1998 M8-A Mobil Power Broom Sweeper
#81 2003 Pete 330 Hook Lift Roll Off Truck
#60 1996 Ford F-8000 Vac-Con Vacuum Truck
2003 Peterbilt Hook Lift
2007 A-300 Bobcat Loader
Trommel screen for screening and recycling street sweeping wastes.
Dustless Air Sweepers
Our DST-4 Dustless Sweeper is perfect for sweeping where people are present. The sweeper filters air particulate down to .5 micron and is great for meeting stormwater regulations.
Components of the Tymco (dustless) DST-4 | Click Image Thumbnail for Larger View