SuperSweep.ca offers all of your street cleaning and power sweeping needs. We offer top of the line street cleaning equipment to get the job done quick, efficient, and on time.
Street Cleaning, Power Cleaning, Parking Lot Cleaning, Underground Cleaning, PowerSweep and Scrubbing, Winter Season Salting and Plowing.
Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, Belcarra, Burnaby, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Vancouver, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, Delta, White Rock and Abbotsford.
Super Sweep Street Cleaning Inc. offers its Power Sweeping services in the following cities: Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, Belcarra, Burnaby, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Vancouver, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, Delta, White Rock and Abbotsford.
Joseph Whitworth invented the first mechanical Street Sweeper around 1845 in Manchester, England. The first street sweeper design was patented in 1849 by C.S. Bishop in the United States. For a long time Street Sweepers just had simple rotating disks covered with wire bristles that swept debris into a hopper. The first company to mass manufacturer Street Sweepers was the American Tower and Tank Company in Elgin, Illinois in 1911. This was the company that would become the Elgin Street Sweeper Company in 1914 which is still a leader in Street Sweepers today.
The old style Street Sweepers were designed to just pick-up large debris leaving the smaller debris to wash into the catch basins. Smaller debris is now known to contribute to a large portion of the stormwater pollutants that end up in fish bearing waterways. The Environmental Protection Agency considers Street Sweeping an essential practice in protecting water quality. Newer Street Sweepers are capable of collecting particle matter less than 10PPM. Modern Street Sweepers are equipped with water tanks and sprayers to loosen particles and reduce dust. The brooms gather debris and sweep it into the path of its pick-up head where it is vacuumed up into a hopper.
Regenerative air Street Sweepers use forced air to create a swirling effect inside a contained Sweeping head and then uses negative pressure on the suction side to pick-up the road debris and send it to the hopper. Regenerative Street Sweepers can pick-up particles as small as 10 micrometres or less.
Modern Street Sweepers can cost more than $300,000 each and require regular costly maintenance. This is one of the reasons that Street Sweeping companies need to charge a lot for their Power Sweeping services. Super Sweep Street Cleaning owns and operates new state of the art Street Sweepers which are maintained to the highest standards so they can do the best Power Sweeping possible. Try Super Sweep Street Cleanings Power Sweeping services today!