Fisher Engineering has introduced the new RB-400 rotary broom and SS-120 liquid sprayer.

The RB-400 walk-behind rotary broom combines the utility of a sweeper and a snowplow to clean pavement along buildings, curbs, and sidewalks. The plow blade helps remove heavy snow, while the centrally driven broom brushes away the rest of the snow, leaving behind a clean walkway.

The rotary broom offers adjustable rotation speed and adjustable down-pressure. Users can also direct the snow trajectory exactly where they want it to go using the pivoting broom head. Seven handlebar height settings, active-assist steering, and 360-degree turning provide optimum comfort.

The SS-120 walk-behind liquid sprayer is designed for anti-icing sidewalks and other areas with foot traffic. Anti-icing with liquids before a storm helps prevent snow and ice from forming a bond with the pavement, making it easier to scrape clean.

It features a height-adjustable nozzle that sprays up to four feet wide, and includes a spray wand for taking care of stairs, entryways, and other hard-to-reach places. The unit is battery-powered.

SS-120 walk-behind liquid sprayer. Photo courtesy of Fisher

SS-120 walk-behind liquid sprayer. Photo courtesy of Fisher