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Curbtender Phoenix II Series Rear Loader

Curbtender Phoenix II Series Rear Loader

The Phoenix II is a high strength heavy duty rear loader. This high-performance unit is engineered with the ideal balance between weight and strength so you can service both residential and commercial customers while achieving an optimum payload.

  • Body capacities of 20, 25 or 32 cu. yd.
  • 1000+ lbs./yd3 compaction ratings
  • 20-24 sec. cycle times
  • Rugged 3 cu. yd. hopper
  • High strength curved body shell design
  • Camera system
  • Optional Features: ARLOCK container system, Overhead drum winch, 12,000lb reeving winch, Single or dual cart tipper, Tap-in kits, Work lights and Strobe lights, Broom and shovel holder

Curbtender Quantum Series Rear Loader

Curbtender Quantum Series Rear Loader

The new Quantum is light years ahead of any other small rear loader on the market. This high-performance unit is built to readily accept commercial container handling options as well as conventional cart tippers. The packer plate sweeps the entire tailgate for fast, complete cycling. Unique packing mechanism produces high compaction ratings and superb weight distribution.

  • Body capacities of 6, 8 or 10 cu. yd.
  • 800-900 lbs./yd3 compaction ratings
  • 13 sec. cycle times
  • Unique tailgate design — no slide blocks
  • Large 1 cu. yd. hopper with 70" opening
  • Lightest body in its class
  • Handles 1 to 6 cu. yd. commercial containers
  • Optional Features: Container roll bar with lip-and-latch, Container lip-and-latch with 8,000 lb. drum winch, Container roll bar with lip-and-latch and winch, Single or dual cart tipper, Tap-in kits, Work lights and Strobe lights, Broom and shovel holder, Rear view color camera system

Tymco Sweepers - Model: 210h

Tymco Sweepers - Model: 210h

The TYMCO® Model 210h® parking lot sweeper is powered by the TYMCO hDrive®Power System. hDrive is an optimized hydraulic power system that gives Model 210h owners all the simplicity and low maintenance of sweeping without an auxiliary engine. The Model 210h delivers everything Model 210 owners have come to love about the TYMCO Regenerative Air System – air sweeping with a dual chambered pick-up head delivering a powerful air blast to the paved surface and centrifugal dust separation for low dust emissions. The performance features on the Model 210h are delivered by a True Regenerative Air System and a large gutter broom. Both of these features are powered by the hDrive Power System which were traditionally powered by an auxiliary engine on the Model 210.


Tymco Sweepers - Model: 435

Tymco Sweepers - Model: 435

The TYMCO Model 435® was introduced over a decade ago, and the TYMCO engineering and design principles remain the same – deliver street sweeping performance in a parking lot sweeping package. Not only is it built using the high-efficiency, time-tested TYMCO Regenerative Air System that provides unprecedented reliability, but it also delivers incredible performance and an amazingly clean sweep. All of this matched up with an enormous amount of storage and the industry’s only hopper that uses the entire roof as a door, and the Model 435 gives you the most versatile mid-sized sweeper available.


Tymco Sweepers - Model: 600

Tymco Sweepers - Model: 600

The TYMCO Model 600 is both extremely reliable and incredibly powerful. Whether you’re sweeping city streets during leaf season, cleaning up on a construction site or sweeping behind a milling machine or road reclaimer, getting the job done with the Model 600 is quick to perform and easy to operate. Not only is it built using the highly efficient, time-tested TYMCO Regenerative Air System that provides unprecedented reliability, but it also delivers incredible performance and an amazingly clean sweep. The Model 600 is, quite simply, the sweeper that changed the industry. Before it, all sweepers were designed in one of two ways – either a mechanical main broom (100% broom sweeping) or a vacuum (which still requires a main broom for 75% of the sweeping path to transfer debris to the vacuum head). Mechanical main brooms introduce additional expense and complexity, and vacuum sweepers, by the nature of their design, have to exhaust all air used while sweeping which can contribute to poorer air quality in harsh sweeping environments.