ECARMAS DQS14/ DQS14A
1860*1370*1900 // 1860*1370*1400
Weight (with battery)
550 / 520
Main Brush Width
Side Brush diameter
Dust filter area
Maximum cleaning granule
Water tank capacity
What is street sweeper?
A street sweeper is a machine which keeps the streets clean and free of debris, for safety, aesthetic, and health reasons.
Historically, street sweepers literally swept the streets with brooms and dustbins, removing debris to keep the streets and sidewalks clean. These large machines include brooms and power washers to clean the streets, and they typically run set routes at scheduled times to ensure that all of the streets in a city are cleaned, although alleys may not be covered because the sweeping machines may not fit.
These street sweepers handle both streets and sidewalks with brooms and debris collectors. They can also work in private parking lots and on the grounds of private companies, ensuring that trafficked areas are kept clean and tidy.
Street sweepers may also be empowered to ticket cars parked in restricted zones during sweeping hours, or they can contact police officers to request that they write a ticket. These public works employees also take note of problems such as potholes which may need to be addressed by a road crew.
Many towns and cities provide street sweeping as a municipal service, recognizing the need for clean streets. In smaller towns, coverage may be provided by neighboring municipalities as a public service, or residents may raise funds to pay a street sweeping firm to clean their streets periodically. When streets are left up swept, debris and garbage can accumulate alarmingly quickly, underscoring the need for regular street sweeping.
A standarded 20’ft container
35 days for formal orders
T/T or LC at sights