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Landcraft Projects Limited, South Wales Office: Unit 3, Mill Farm,St Mellons Road, Lisvane Cardiff CF14 0SH Telephone 029 2076 4609 South West Office: Dingley Dell, Rydon Acres,Stoke Gabriel, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6QJ Telephone 01803 782123

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A Clean Sweep – November 2008

We are pleased to have recently added a Johnston Madvac PS300 compact sweeper to our plant fleet. The pedestrian-friendly sweeper is very efficient at cleaning litter, leaves, moss etc. from paved areas. It features powerful twin brushes and a vacuum collector and a wander hose to allow access to even the most difficult to clean areas. With this addition to our fleet we will be able to offer an enhanced and more efficient service to our grounds maintenance clients. The machine will also be invaluable in helping us to keep our new build sites clean as works progress.

A self-levelling brush/nozzle system combines with a 1.2m sweeping swathe for unparalleled sweeping ability even on unlevel surfaces. A patented straight-through suction system compacts litter and avoids jams, ensuring that litter does not come into contact with the fan. Even blocks of wood, string and other awkward debris that would jam other similar machines cause no problems for the machine.

The large collection capacity allows up to approximately 150 litres of compressed litter deposited in a reusable bag, compacting litter at a ratio of approximately 2:1 without it coming into contact with the fan.

The economical, low emission Kubota diesel engine delivers high suction performance at lower engine speeds, making the PS300 a quiet, efficient machine. Running at up to 10.5 km/h (6.5 mph) for up to 8 hours on a single 10 litre tank of fuel.

Dust filtration of 8 microns ensures that neither pedestrians nor the operator inhale contaminated air.

No water is required for normal operation, though 50 litres of water are available for excessively dusty environments, to apply a disinfectant solution and for fire prevention.

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