What do parks, patios and parking lots have in common? They are all large outdoor areas that need to be cleaned. How does one go about efficiently cleaning these large outdoor spaces? By utilizing a litter vacuum, of course. These heavy duty machines are a must for public works departments, private parks and big businesses alike. They are also useful for smaller businesses and large private properties. Litter vacuums are most often powered by gas or propane and can easily rid lawns and lots of a variety of debris. A quality vacuum can handle both large and small debris with no adjustment needed.
The DebrisMaster Gas Litter Vacuum and DebrisMaster Propane Litter Vacuum can pick up cans, bottles, broken glass, strings, rope, wet and dry leaves and papers both large and small all at the same time. Both vacuums offer 14 gauge welded steel housing, reinforced at all stress points and mounted parallel to the wheel base for extra vacuuming. They also offer a patented tapered intake that’s high at the ends and low in the front to offer increased pick-up at the ends. Both the gas and propane powered vacuums feature a booster cylindrical baffle which provides extra suction to handle heavier and denser debris. They also feature an exclusive deflector baffle with a triple deflection design to protect both the bag and operator from heavy or sharp objects. The included surface action hose assembly can be used for cleaning in difficult and hard to reach areas and the impeller shaft guard prevents string, wire and banding straps from wrapping around and binding the motor shaft. A convenient feature of both machines is the remote control throttle, located on the chrome handle, for quick and easy starting, stopping and regulation of the motor’s RPM. Both vacuums are equipped with 10” semi-pneumatic rear wheels and a front swivel caster that allows for zero turning radius and the utmost in maneuverability.
While the gas litter vacuum is for outdoor use only, the propane litter vacuum can be used indoors in well ventilated areas such as arenas, gymnasiums and other large spaces. Both options are perfect for vacuuming large outdoor areas at minimal cost and both are durable and powerful. Both machines feature 11 cubic feet heavy duty collector bags that are rodent resistant and zip open for fast, easy emptying. Finally, both machines are virtually maintenance free. You can’t get much more convenient when it comes to industrial outdoor vacuums, so all you really need to think about is your preferred power source. Propane produces more energy, while gas is often more affordable, though this can depend on your region. Gas is also slightly safer to store and releases less toxins into the atmosphere. One isn’t necessarily better than the other though, so it really comes down to what works best for you.