Mechanical Broom Sweeper

For a sweep system with variable high dump capabilities and highway transport speeds, turn no further than the Elgin Eagle four-wheel mechanical (broom) sweeper. Eagle sweepers are equipped with a no-jam conveyor or the optional elevator squeegee system, wide sweep path and a trouble-free variable height lift system. Built on a conventional or cab-over commercial chassis, the Elgin Eagle features a dual mode air suspension system, so an operator can go from a solid rear axle for dumping stability to a fully sprung chassis for operator comfort and control during high speed transport.

The Elgin Eagle sweeper is specially suited for applications where sweeping versatility is required. With the Eagle’s full width no–jam conveyer, and highway speeds, DOT shoulder sweeping involving hubcaps, mufflers, retreads and other bulky items is a breeze. Upholding the highest in sweeper standards, the Elgin Eagle is equally at home on heavy millings, fall leaves and spring clean up. The waterless version can do all this without the use of dust control water, allowing for year-round operation and use on water reactive compounds like Portland cement.

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High Productivity Sweep System

Mounted on a selection of conventional or commercial cab-over chassis. Conventional chassis feature a five speed overdrive automatic transmission and commercial cab-over chassis feature a six speed wide ratio automatic transmission.

Sweep system is powered by a low emission, 74hp Cummins diesel engine, (55 kW @ 2500 RPM), one of the most powerful standard auxiliary engines available on a mechanical sweeper.

Control console, located between the operator stations, provides quick, easy access for increased productivity and safe operation.


  • Auxiliary Engine: Cummins B3.3 / 74 hp
  • Dumping Height Max: Variable up to 10 ft. / 3048 mm
  • Sweeping Path Max: 10ft. (3048 mm)
  • Water Capacity: 360 gal | 1363 Liters
  • Dump Location: Right Side
  • Chassis: Conventional or Cab-Over
  • Travel Speed: Highway Speeds