Pro Sweep MSP
The new Logic MSP120 ‘Pro-Sweep’ has been developed from our hugely successful MSC sweeper. Since its introduction, Logic have sold thousands of sweeper-collectors, the prime use being for quickly and efficiently picking up horse muck. If this is your interest, please go to the Equestrian sector – Pro-Sweep.
Another important customer group is llama and alpaca farmers – the principles of muck removal are the same, even though the nature of the droppings are completely different. The Pro-Sweep does the same efficient job, saving many hours of valuable time and effort. If this is your requirement please speak to Logic for further advice and customer referral.
All Farm Applications
The Logic Pro-Sweep is a 4′ sweeping brush designed to sweep anything it comes into contact with into the hopper. Although the primary use of this machine is for muck collection, it is also ideal for any required sweeping task such as leaf, grass or acorn collection. Other less common applications include collecting cartridge wads and broken clay pigeons, clearing large areas of litter eg.open air agricultural shows or concerts. Finally, with the addition of a “mesh bottomed” hopper, many customers use this machine for the regular maintenance of Astro-turf sports pitches. All of these uses confirm that the Logic Pro-Sweep is a very versatile piece of equipment.
The on-board engine drives a 4′ rotary brush which has 180mm long, stiff bristles. The Pro-Sweep has a simple height adjuster which is extremely easy to operate and setting the correct operating height takes just seconds. The Pro-Sweep then works as follows: the motor is started and set to run at a tick-over speed. The unit is trailed behind a suitable vehicle (ATV, 4×4, small tractor etc,) and driven across the area to be cleared. Increasing the Pro-Sweep’s engine revs (using the remote throttle cable) engages the sweeping brush, which neatly flicks the material to be collected into the hopper. Discharge of the hopper is via a manual winch pulling the hopper over 180 degrees.