The world`s beaches are constantly being polluted with natural debris (seaweed, algae), waste from maritime traffic (tarballs, plastic containers) and human and animal litter from visitors to those beaches(broken glass, cans, syringes, cigarette butts, etc.) Beachcleaners International have taken the principle of hand raking and automated it with the revolutionary BOSS Beach Cleaner. The principle of sifting and lifting the unwanted debris from sandy areas has led to the development of this simple and compact unit designed to provide years of reliable service. Towed behind a conventional tractor, the BOSS Beach Cleaner can pick up glass, cigarette butts, bottle tops, plastic, seaweed, syringes, cans and drift wood faster than any other beach cleaner, this innovative product is doing it`s part to help clean our envionment. Our Products: The Boss Beach Cleaner - The Belena Compact Commercial Beach Cleaner - The Squalo Compact Resort Beach Cleaner - The Delfino Walk Behind Sand Cleaning machine.

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The MANTA

The Manta has an innovative debris load system, which consists of two vertical reciprocating sieves that dramatically reduce operating stresses on the machine. Improving efficiency and reducing wear and tear.The Machine is suitable for smaller tractors from 35 Hp and the chassis is completely hot dip galvanized and paintedWorking capacity of the Manta is 12000 Sq/Mtr per Hr.

Barracuda Walk Behind Sand Screen

Self propelled sand cleaning machine suitable for use in playgrounds, golf courses, sandy beaches and river fronts, schools, and in any public area. 6,5 hp 4 stroke engine with speed-governor and silenced muffler. Working depth from 0 to 10 cm for a width of 90 cm.Working capacity 2500 m2/hr. Three forward speeds plus one reverse. Equipped with a collecting system which is able to collect larger rubbish (up to 10 cm diameter).

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Company details

Business Type:
Technology

Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling

Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Year Founded:
1995

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