Performance meets design! The new TJS not only has been completely redesigned, but it has been also increased the ease of maintenance, we integrated a new EuroMot4 auxiliary engine and the adaptation.
The jet sweepers clear the airport service areas in three steps. First the snow plough pushes the snow aside. Then the rotary brush sweeps the remaining snow and ice aside. Finally, the hydraulically operated blower generates an intensive air flow. This is emitted directly above the ground in front of the wheels of the rear vehicle to blow the remaining snow and liquid aside with high pressure. The jet sweepers reach a maximum clearing speed of 60 km/h, depending on the level and density of snow.
Construction and technology
The jet sweepers are available as towed machines (TJS) or as compact units (TJS-C). The towed TJS jet sweepers are comprised of three components: the towing vehicle, the supporting frame and the rear vehicle. The all-wheel-driven towing vehicle accommodates the front-mounted snow plough. The connecting unit is located at the front end of the supporting frame. This establishes the connection to the towing vehicle. Two coupling systems allow for two machine variants: semitrailer and trailer.
Exhibitor: Aebi- Schmidt International