The Re-Designed Schwarze SP-550 Velocity Spraypatcher Hits Marketplace
June 24th, 2010
Already packed with exclusive features like a power assisted boom and fully shrouded unit, the re-designed Schwarze SP-550 now includes a host of upgrades designed to increase productivity and reduce operation costs for the end user.
“We are always looking for ways to further develop our machines to allow for increased production capabilities and a lower cost of operation for our end users,” said Raymond Massey, Director of Sales and Marketing for Schwarze. “We’ve listened to our customers, as well as our dealers, and made adjustments to improve operation for the end user.”
“It all starts with better component design,” said Jeff Witt, Product Specialist for Schwarze. “From there we move into improving what the SP-550 is already known for: ease of operation, longer component life, exceeding government standards, and of course, repairing any sized road damage with speed and quality.”
The re-designed SP-550 is now available through Schwarze’s extensive dealer network.
About Schwarze Industries:
Since its inception more than 30 years ago, Schwarze Industries, Inc. has grown to become one of the world’s largest street sweeper manufacturers and a leader in sweeping technology. Headquartered in Huntsville, Ala., Schwarze has a workforce of more than 200 employees, manufacturing street sweepers, parking lot sweepers, and road repair units. In 1996 Schwarze opened a manufacturing facility in Brisbane, Australia to meet the demand for products in other parts of the world. To date, Schwarze Industries’ products operate in more than 35 countries.
For more information on the re-designed SP-550 Spraypatcher, visit www.schwarze.com or contact Raymond Massey at 800.879.7933.
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