Tennant's S20 rider sweeper improves air quality and optimizes cleaning

Tennant Company introduces its S20 compact, mid-size rider sweeper. The S20 rider sweeper improves air quality and optimizes cleaning with the SweepMax three-stage dust control system, which removes the majority of dust and moisture from the air flow before it reaches the filter, and the ShakeMax 360 filter shaker, which cleans the filter from the inside out, dislodging dust particles caught deep within the pleats.

The sweeper improves operator, employee and environmental safety by offering improved operator sightlines, a steering wheel-mounted horn, a seat occupancy switch that shuts down the engine within seconds if the operator leaves the seat and a Thermo-Sentry hopper sensor that alerts the operator to excessive heat in the 11 ft3/310 L-capacity debris hopper. The S20 also reduces the total cost of ownership for customers by improving productivity and reducing costs. Productivity is improved with no-tool access to all routine inspection and maintenance points, as well as no-tool dust filter and brush change out. Costs are reduced with a nanofiber canister filter that lasts three to five times longer than a traditional panel filter.  

Customers can maximize their productivity and tailor the S20 to their specific application by adding such features to the sweeper such as dual-side sweeping brushes that deliver a 62-inch/1,575-millimeter sweeping path, a vacuum wand for cleaning off-aisle and in tight spaces, and steel tower bumpers that protect against accidental contact. For facilities looking to reduce their carbon footprint by moving toward battery-operated equipment, the S20 is also available in a fume-free battery version.

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