The Barber ROAD RAKE's primary purpose is to remove large debris from the sides of roads, highway medians, shoulders, parking lots, and other paved surfaces that are too large and potentially damaging for street sweepers.
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ROAD RAKE MODELS
ROAD RAKE Model 200
The Model 200 is Barber's independently-powered ROAD RAKE. A 19 hp water-cooled engine powers the hydraulic motors that turns two gutter brushes and the conveyor belt. It also powers the cylinders that lift up to 1900 lbs. of debris in the hopper to dumping height. Because it does not require an outside hydraulic power source, the Model 200 Road Rake can be paired with any truck that weighs more than one ton and is equipped with a pintle hitch.
ROAD RAKE Model 200T
The Model 200T is Barber's truck-powered ROAD RAKE. The rear remote hydraulic valves of the towing truck power all the hydraulic functions of the ROAD RAKE 200T. It is an excellent option for operators that have access to a towing vehicle with rear hydraulic ports.
ROAD RAKE APPLICATIONS
The Barber ROAD RAKE is specifically designed to remove large debris that usually requires human labor. It is a safe and efficient way to remove large debris from roadways, parks, parking lots, bridges, after automobile accidents and along curbs and Jersey barriers. It excels at removing the following from roadways:
Cardboard & Wood
Cans & Litter
HOW THE ROAD RAKE WORKS
The Barber ROAD RAKE collects large road hazards: retreads, mufflers, wood and litter. It is designed to collect the large debris, which might clog or damage street sweepers.
The Model 200 is operated electronically by one person from the cab of the towing unit.
The ROAD RAKE Model 200 uses caster tires to follow the contour of the pavement.
Two gutter brushes on either side of the machine pull material in front of the tines.
Stainless steel tines are mounted on a bar flight conveyor
The tines lift and elevate the unwanted debris to the hopper, which can be hydraulically raised and dumped.