New innovations from PSD at Saltex.

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AS 1040 live 0001 iso midPSD will launch the new range of AS Motor pedestrian sweepers on stand DAA40 at Saltex 2011. These machines extend the range of products offered by AS Motor and are ideal for sweeping dust and leaves during the autumn season and for clearing snow when fitted with a snow blade in winter.

The range consists of 5 models with a brush width ranging from 70cm to 100cm and with brush diameters of 30cm to 40 cm. All models are fitted with 2.8kW Briggs & Stratton Ready Start Engines for easy starting in all weathers.

The Professional AS 1040 ProBrush, is fitted with a large 1m wide 40cm brush which is capable of clearing large amounts of material and features, a variable speed drive, has a maximum speed of 4.2 km/hr and is fitted with a suspension damper to allow a smooth ride over undulating ground. During winter this machine can also be fitted with snow blades or chains for snow clearance.

Additional accessories available include: Universal brushes and Brush extensions, protection cover and collection box and agricultural tread tyres.

Also on show at Saltex will be the existing range of ride on and walk behind mowers ideal for the cutting of long grass, together with the AS510 Mulching mower that was launched earlier this year.


Showing for the 1st time at Saltex will be the remote control Speedycutter that provides mowing solutions for banks together with the range of Rampicar tracked mini dumpers and tool carriers.

Some surprises too..

PSD will also be unveiling a number of other products that although well established in Europe haven have not previously been seen in the UK, these machines offer a number of innovations and continue to meet the PSD brand ethos of Productivity, Safety and Durability to find out more visit DAA40 at Saltex.

Should you require any further information about PSD's range of AS Motor equipment or to arrange a demonstration, please contact Stuart Mercer on 07973 454005 or email

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