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Elgin Sweeper Introduces LifeLiner Hopper System

August 23, 2006

ELGIN, IL – Elgin Sweeper, a manufacturer of street sweepers, has introduced the LifeLiner hopper system, a specially designed hopper liner and finish system that greatly improves the life, durability, and functionality of a sweeper hopper.

The new LifeLiner system uses a proprietary polyurethane coating that is more wear resistant than stainless steel and extremely resistant to most chemicals. The liner system is durable and will stand up to the most abrasive debris — and the smooth surface finish inside the hopper is smooth and slick, which makes dumping and cleanup easier.

The LifeLiner hopper is an option on all Elgin Sweeper machines, which are sold and serviced through a network of more than 70 dealers in North America.

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