Manufactured right here in the UK, this exceptional Telehandler Forklift Sweeper Collector will get the job done, 100% of the time, when it comes to maintaining cleanliness on your site. Sweeping, collecting, and dumping will ensure that your work environment is always well managed and professional.


Made from high-strength steel for optimal durability, this easy-to-use and low-to-maintain machine is the perfect investment. A truly solid design with faultless maneuverability, it's effortless to control, safe, strong, and easily visible.


See below for operating instructions and maintenance tips.


1: Place the fork stimes in the sleeves and lift both heel locks into place, marked 'A' in diagram 1


2: Connect the hydraulic couplings to the auxiliary services.


3: Raise the sweeper until you can see the collector bucket underneath and use the control for the auxiliary services to test the operational direction, 'B' in diagram 2. One way will open the collector, the other will close the collector then start the sweeper.


4:  Close the collector and carefully lower the sweeper to the ground


5: Set the time sleeves so they are level and centred in line with the tine height arrows 'C' in diagram 1. This will allow float.


6: When sweeping do not exceed 5mph or use high engine revs. Avoid potholes, raised drain covers and sweeping over bands, wire, ropes etc.


7: When you have finished sweeping release the hydraulic pressure before decoupling.





1: Check that the bolts are tight and grease the bristle shaft bearing regularly.


2: As bristles wear it will be necessary to adjust the bristle height. To do this, place the sweeper on level ground. Loosen the height adjustment bolts on both sides, marked 'D' in diagrams 2 & 3. Ensure the brush only lightly touches the ground. Tighten both the height adjustment bolts. (The spanner 'E' is inside the motor cover)


3: To replace the bristles, open the collector bucket and place the sweeper on the ground. Remove the height adjustment bolts from both sides, marked 'D' in diagrams 2 & 3. Slowly raise the sweeper until the bristle cartridge has swung down, as shown in diagram 4. Remove the bolts marked 'F' and swing the bristle cartridge out 'G' as shown in diagram 4. Remove the bearing and collar. Slide off the end plate, bristle segments and spacers. Starting with a bristle reload the bristle cartridge, alternating bristle segments and spacers (ensure that they are tightly packed - bristle segments can be damaged if they aren't clamped into place). Replace the end plate, collar and bearing. Locate the bristle cartridge onto the hydraulic motor block and swing back into place. Replace the bolts marked 'F' in diagram 4. Lower the sweeoer whilst slowly going forward (this will allow the bristle cartridge to swing back into place). Finally, replace the height adjustment bolts on both sides and set the bristle height.

  • Collector Volume 400ltrs
  • Sweeping width 2200mm
  • Max. hydraulic pressure 250bar
  • Large heavy-duty castors
  • Fully floating tine pockets
  • Manufactured from high strength steel
  • Compact profile
  • Exceptional control, visibility and strength
  • Gravity feed dust impression water system
  • Quick release bristle cartridge
  • Hydraulic flow range 20 - 100ltrs
  • Auto operation of broom & collector



  • Sweeping width: 2.20m (7' 3")
  • 22 x 5" double bonded polypropylene bristles
  • Width: 2.40m (7' 10")
  • Depth: 2.00m (6' 7")
  • Height: 1.05m (3' 6")
  • Weight: 695kg
  • Collector Volume: 400 litres
  • Water Tank: 200 litres
  • Hydraulic Flow Range: 20 - 100 litres
  • Max. Hydraulic Pressure: 250 bar