- Stick sweepers pick up dust and debris from carpeting as well as hardwood, tile, or vinyl flooring. They have a slim cleaning head and a pivoting handle for cleaning under furniture and machinery. Their quiet operation makes them suitable for use in hotels and hospitality environments.
- Walk-behind sweepers have a wide cleaning head and a high-capacity receptacle for collecting dust and bulky debris from large surface areas in schools, offices, garages, and other commercial or industrial settings. They're commonly used for cleaning driveways, sidewalks, patios, and decks. As these sweepers are pushed along, their cleaning brush rotates to pick up debris and deposit it in the detachable receptacle. The receptacle has a handle so there's no need to touch the waste when dumping it.
- Ride-on sweepers allow cleaning of large commercial spaces that would be difficult to clean with a walk-behind sweeper. They have a seat, steering wheel, and pedals for operating the sweeper while collecting dust and debris from hard floors and carpets. They perform one-pass cleaning by trapping waste and filtering air to prevent airborne contaminants. These sweepers run on batteries so there are no cords to limit their travel, and they offer 360° visibility for navigating aisles and congested areas.
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