Jokela Power Equipment

The Sweep All powered turf-sweepers have been manufactured in Canada since 1999. They are the most thorough & efficient way to clean outdoor turf areas (including synthetic turf) and will pay for themselves through time & labor savings alone! Two models in sizes are currently available: PSE3948 or PSE3960 and PSP4348 or PSP4360 are all considered commercial-grade. "PSE" stands for "Power Sweeper Electric". (Electric refers to the 3 standard electric actuators that are included with all orders. If the 5" Hopper Scissor Lift option is ordered, there will be 5 actuators on-board.) "3" indicates the 3000 series. "9" indicates the Honda GX270 (9 hp) engine. "48" or "60" is the width of the broom only in inches. "PSP" stands for "Power Sweeper PTO". "4" is the 4000 series. "3" refers to the three-point hookup required for compact or sub-compact tractors under 45 hp. "48" or "60" is the width of the brooms just like the PSE models. Both the Honda engine or Power-Take-Off shaft propel the 24" broom wafers (circular banks of poly bristles) @ 650 to 680 RPM's via twin drive belts. Both machines also provide vacuum / suction ability that assists the broom to quickly deposit debris into the attached hopper for final removal. The throttle for sweeper RPM's, broom height / depth settings & powered hopper dump are all standard (do not cost extra) & controlled from the seat of the tow-vehicle (PSE) or tractor (PSP) with both models. 4 options are available for the PSE (Rake-Tine Bar, Electric Start, Wireless / Cordless Hand-Held Controller & 5' Hopper Scissor Lift) & 1 option for the PSP which is the Hydraulic Power Hopper Dump (HPD). The hopper for both of the 48" models will hold 42 cubic feet (approx 1.5 yards or 32 bushels) of debris. The 60" hoppers include 54 cubic feet (2 yards or 43 bushels) of hopper space. Here are some examples of debris that the Sweep All picks up with ease: grass clippings, leaves, acorns, pine needles, pine cones, pine straw, apples, stones, twigs, sticks, aeration plugs, litter, animal feces, goose droppings on athletic fields - just to name a few - while dethatching / maintaining turf health at the same time. High Schools & Colleges also currently use the Sweep All on synthetic turf fields to remove debris including litter while "lifting" the artificial grass blades.

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