carrier vehicle tractor, telehandler, excavator, concrete pump, lift and other vehicles
attachment device is attached via front linkage (cat. 2) or using an adapter;
drive fully hydraulic; tractor requirements: continuous hydraulic power of at least 40 l/minute at approx. 200 bar
on site requirements: plug-in coupling flow, pressure less return or double-action control unit
oil mineral or synthetic oils¸ on site the vehicle
operating temperature -20°C to +40°C
weight aprrox 480 kg, considering a brush length of  4.5 meters
control unit 12 Volt-version (protection of the on-site installed two-pin power  socket by a 15 A fuse)
CANBUS-control via Joy-Stick (lift, lower, slew)
24 Volt-version (Protection of the on-site installed two-pin power  socket by a 15 A fuse)
PLC-control via Joy-Stick (lift, lower, slew)
driving speed recommended: approx. 1,5 –  2,5 km/h
brush length variable, from 3 – 7.5 meters (indicate at time of order)
brush diameter 350 mm / 500 mm
brush material UV-resistant mixture of plastics for a gentle cleaning of glass surfaces
brush speed: The brush speed should not exceed 120-150 rpm. The speed can be regulated by the accelerator pedal or the throttle at the swivel joint.
water tank
installed on the carrier console at the backside of the tractor.  This enables a fast and easy change of water tanks.
tank bracket attachable to a three-point rear hitch for a fast change of the water tanks
water pump
the water pump is racked on the rear power takeoff; variable at
540 revolutions; prefiltered
optional: water supply also may be provided by a 220 Volt-pump including a pressure cutoff and a filter unit
water pump
(other vehicles)
Powered by a hydraulic motor connected in parallel to the brush
filter the water filter should be cleaned regularly by leaching  this ensures proper functionality
water consumption varying,  depending on pollution, weather and driving speed
water quality only use rainwater or softened water for the cleaning process
Do not utilize hard water
You can process hard water whilst adding  “SunBrush Blue”

Leveling – balance/settings

The back pressure in the bladder controls the contact pressure in between cleaning brush and module table. The pressure must be set once bevor the cleaning process. When used correctly, the brush always rests with a constant pressure on the modules even if the carrier vehicle drives on an uneven ground.

The back pressure depends on the brush lengths and type of modules.

Frameless modules require a contact force of 5 kg per brush meter.
Framed modules require a contact force of 5-8 kg per brush meter