Curbtender Sweepers, LLC Centurion® Street Sweeper
The Curbtender Centurion® is a single-engine, mechanical street sweeper capable of operating at PM10 compliance without the use of water spray.
With the ability to contain particulate matter without spraying water, the Centurion provides the capability to keep running when the 300-gallon water tank runs out. Alternatively, this feature is uniquely suited for drought zones where water usage is limited. The Centurion’s patented dust containment system utilizes shrouding and skirts as well as a vacuum assist to control dust. The exhausted air from the vacuum operation is first filtered through 256 square feet of synthetic filter material.
The Centurion’s powerful 68″ rear broom pushes dirt onto the conveyor’s solid synthetic rubber belt and is then carried by angled cleats into the 4.0 cubic yard hopper (material capacity). No debris is falling between the cracks on this conveyor thanks to the gradual incline and solid belt design. Matched with nimble gutter brooms and vacuum assist, the Centurion provides excellent cleaning capability for normal road debris.
With an incredible amount of gutter broom tilt articulation available, the Centurion is able to dig out the dirtiest of gutters. The gutter brooms have easy in-cab control of speed, down pressure, tilt, and water spray. This allows the operator to quickly and easily adapt to any road surface condition or road crown. When sweeping is stopped or interrupted, the machine will remember the last used settings so that it can turn back on as desired with the press of one button.
Get Back Up, Quickly
The nature of a street sweeper is that parts will wear out and will have to be replaced. Service shops are well equipped to handle these simple mechanical fixes. But no one wants to hunt down time consuming and expensive electrical problems. That’s why all Curbtender Sweepers utilize multiplexed, CANBUS controls. These advanced and highly customizable controls allow the service technician to quickly analyze all sweeper electronics. In the diagnostics pages, the sweeper displays all electrical control inputs and outputs, as well as whether or not these components are sending or receiving a signal. This helps the technician to quickly identify what part needs to be replaced when it needs to be replaced. The CANBUS control system also greatly reduces the number of wires in the wire harness.