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Another clean sweep for Nilfisk

03-08-2010
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The new Nilfisk-Alto Floortec 480M walk behind sweeper is the ideal solution for sweeping small amounts of dry dirt, sand, gravel, cigarettes, outdoor spaces as well as indoor floors.

Typical applications are warehouses, factories, car parks, retail stores, malls, schools, hotels, office buildings, bus/railway stations, convention centres, automative, garages and in private homes.

The very rugged non-corrosive frame makes this manual sweeper very robust.

That combined with two main and side brooms, make this compact manual sweeper extremely efficient.

The 840mm working path makes operating this sweeper five times faster than a traditional broom.

Also, the hopper is very light and strong and equipped with a carrying handle for easy emptying.

Nilfisk-Advance Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 556 710
www.nilfisk.com.au

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