What harm will occur if the road sweeper not drain in time after use in winter

- Dec 21, 2019-

First of all, what are the waterway systems on the road sweeper? It includes the spray dust reduction system on the front of the vehicle, the spray dust reduction system on the brush, the spray dust reduction system on the suction cup, the spray dust reduction system on the rear of the vehicle, the automatic high pressure cleaning reel on the rear of the vehicle, the sprinkler system, and so on. If the winter operation is not completed, especially during night parking or long-term parking, the remaining water will not be discharged in time, which will cause the following problems:


1. When the vehicle is parked for a long time, the impurities in the water tank will gradually precipitate, which may cause the nozzle of the waterway system to be blocked and fail to perform the dust reduction function. If so many waterway systems are repaired or replaced, a large maintenance cost will be incurred.

2. In areas with low temperatures in the north, the water in the water tanks and water pipelines may freeze, which will cause the water pipelines and pumps to burst or freeze. Both the water pipelines and the pumps are very expensive.


3. After the brush and the remaining water on the rubber parts are frozen, the service life of the accessories will be reduced, which will also cause a replacement part cost.

After reading the above content, friends of the majority of sanitation vehicle owners should use the road sweeper or other sanitation vehicles with a waterway system in winter. Please remember to drain the remaining water in time to avoid damage to the core accessories and save a lot of maintenance costs.