2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #40
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Ground-Driven Sweeper Handles Heavy Trash
Powered sweepers are easy to operate, but can be difficult to get into tight, closed areas. The Waste Handler, developed by Andrew Pryor, combines the best of manual push brooms and powered sweepers. It’s powerful enough to handle chunks of concrete and metal.
“It uses a ground-driven, gear reduced kick broom with a patented 2:1 gear system that increases speed and power,” explains Pryor. “The way it brushes garbage and industrial trash ahead of it, it gives the illusion that it’s picking it up. There’s no comparison over manual push brooms.”
Pryor says the Waste Handler is ideal for use in and around buildings where gas powered sweepers can’t be used. The 3-ft. wide brush can handle gravel, metal and glass as easily as it does paper and leaves.
You can preview the Waste Handler on YouTube.com by searching up “Waste Handler”.
To order a customized model, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Andrew Pryor, 709 Lexington Cross Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 89144 (ph 702 241-4699; andrew@adpwastehandler.com).

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2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12