Elgin Debuts Waterless Eagle

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Source: Elgin Sweeper Company

ELGIN, Ill. – Elgin Sweeper has unveiled the latest model in its fleet of street sweeping machines with the introduction of the waterless Eagle. The Eagle is the second model of waterless dust control sweepers following the 2002 rollout of the waterless Pelican.

The waterless Eagle continues the tradition of excellence of this popular truck-mounted sweeper. It maintains all the popular features and sweep quality that has made it a top-selling sweeper while offering dustless, waterless, all-temperature sweeping. The 80-horsepower auxiliary engine provides ample power for all sweeping and dust control conditions. The waterless Eagle is designed to meet all California fugitive dust-control standards (Rule 1186, PM-10) in water and waterless dust-control modes.

“The new vehicle reinforces Elgin’s role as the leader in mechanical sweepers,” said Product Manager Brian Giles. “We have addressed the need for water conservation across the country with a machine that we believe will be more efficient and more effective in sweeping streets and roadways.”

Elgin is a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS). Elgin is the leading manufacturer of sweepers for municipal, contractor, airport and industrial sweeping needs, offering the world’s broadest selection of street sweepers, including mechanical, vacuum and regenerative air models. Since introducing the world’s first motorized mechanical sweeper in 1914, Elgin has brought its sweeping technology to customers worldwide.

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