CleanSweep™ Rotary Brooms
Grasshopper True ZeroTurn™ maneuverability takes PTO-driven CleanSweep™ Rotary Brooms into places ordinary sweeper attachments can't go, speeding debris removal and snow removal in congested areas as well as long stretches of sidewalks, driveways and curbs – even outdoor hockey rinks.
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Designed for Grasshopper FrontMount™ zero-turn mowers, these versatile broom implements are not only ideal for efficient snow removal,clearing up to eight inches of snow and slush right down to the pavement but can also be used as turf dethatchers in the spring and fall seasons.
With two models available, you can choose the rotary broom that's right for your application:
- 48- and 60-inch fixed-angle rotary brooms are angled 25 degrees to the right.
- 60-inch bidirectional model can be adjusted hydraulically 25 degrees left or right from the operator's seat or raised and lowered electrically up to two inches.
Snow Performance Package
Designed to maximize productivity, the Snow Performance Package allows the operator to lift and angle the bidirectional rotary broom using a convenient lever-mounted joystick control. Provides uninterrupted operation and on-the-go control of the implement and clearing angle without letting go of the control levers or leaving the seat. Watch the snow performance package in action.
An optional, fully-enclosed, Metal Winter Cab, available for 700 and 900 Series Grasshopper power units, provides protection from wintery conditions for maximum comfort and productivity. Cab includes powerful LED lights, electric windshield wiper, and QuikAjust™ Tilt levers. Additional options for the Metal Winter Cab include a roof-mounted yellow strobe beacon light, and for liquid-cooled power units, a 16,000 BTU heater kit.
Winter Cab is designed for snow removal applications only. The Cab must be removed for mowing and other turf-care applications.
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