What is the name of the sweeper/collector machine that converts to a mower and sprayer? And who supplies it?

I think you are referring to the Powerflex from Euromec.

This is a compact machine that starts out life as a little, but solidly built, tractor unit. It features four-wheel drive, has good kerb-climbing ability and sure-footedness for winter work. Wide tyres reduce ground pressure for driving on pavements and lawns.

The 20.9hp engine in the Powerflex is mounted at the rear, under a protective cover. It’s a quiet runner and provides plenty of power to tackle lots of jobs. In its sweeping format it has a high-tip collector and is offered with a variety of brushes for use at the front. Measuring just 1m wide, it should access most sites, is small enough to work on pavements, yet big enough to use in a car park. The articulating steering is great for manoeuvrability.

Great as a sweeper/collector, this unit has year-round versatility. It only takes a matter of minutes to swap the hopper for other attachments to achieve mowing, lawn-care and spraying operations. For more details, contact Euromec on 01858 434011.

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