How the ROAD RAKE Works
The BARBER ROAD RAKE collects large road hazards: retreads, mufflers, wood and litter. It is designed to collect the large debris, which might clog or damage street sweepers.
Here's how it works…
- The Model 200 is operated electronically by one person from the cab of the towing unit.
- The ROAD RAKE Model 200 uses caster tires to follow the contour of the pavement.
- Two gutter brushes on either side of the machine pull material in front of the tines.
- Stainless steel tines are mounted on a bar flight conveyor
- The tines lift and elevate the unwanted debris to the hopper, which can be hydraulically raised and dumped.