The SL 200 M developed by BROCK and CMAR is a new generation of sweepers, installed on a heavy goods vehicle chassis, fast moving, for short or long distances, suitable for local authorities but not only: it has proven itself in all sweeping and cleaning situations.
It is more modern, more practical, more silent and more economical. The SL 200 M sweeper takes into account the protection of the environment and user comfort.
A French manufacturer of special vehicles and urban cleaning machines, CMAR is the European leader in urban scouring and the building of special vehicles
Constantly seeking quality, CMAR researches, innovates and modernises its equipment in line with urban evolution. CMAR has been ISO 9001 certified since 2008 and has its own integrated design office.
Use in all situations As at home on a light public works building site as on your city streets, the CMAR SL 200 M is the sweeper for all situations. Thanks to its short 3300 mm wheelbase, it is at home in towns and cities and meets the requirements of French local authority groupings, combining performance and low operating costs.
On a SCANIA 19 tonnes, 320 HP carrier, the CMAR SL 200 M sweeper has been designed without an auxiliary motor or hydrostatic drive, it is a rear engine power take-off that drives the turbine and the brushes. By keeping the standards of the BROCK TP sweeper, the CMAR SL 200 M is also at home on work sites.
Comfortable in all situations Ideal for work site exits, this sweeper is the solution for private companies, combining versatility and low cost of ownership. With its 6m3 volume of waste and 1200 litres of water, this sweeper can face up to all situations
The BROCK SL 200 sweeper chassis is a SCANIA P320 CB44x2MHZ with a 3300 mm wheelbase.
General chassis information
|Usage type|| road care vehicle|
|Chassis type||Truck class product|
|Carrier chassis||adaptation 4x2 axle configuration |
|Carrier ||vehicle configuration 4x2 Class M|
|Steering||Steering position on the right |
|Steering system||1 circuit|
|Steering force||as per 92/62/EC directive|
Wheelbase Chassis height
Maximum truck height
Front axle legal weight
Weight equal 1st back axle
GVWR/AGVW Community reception
D9 l engine
PTO ED120 flangeable
The ED120P power take-off is on the rear of the engine as standard. It is designed to directly drive equipment: Gear ratio: 1:1.19
Drive train Engine Maximum torque: 600 Nm.
Vehicle moving fitted with Opticruise max. 200 Nm
Electric preparation PTO ED 1
circuit The electric preparation for the installation of a single circuit power take-off implies that the required parameters be programmed in the control unit and that the wiring is pre-laid at the chassis and dashboard levels. The switch is not included.
Gearbox GRS905 The EG650P power take-off is located on the right side of the gearbox at the “5 o’clock” position.
It runs anticlockwise compared to the movement direction and is designed to drive a directly connected item of equipment.
1:1 in the low range and 1:1.24 on the high range
|Maximum torque||1200 Nm|
|Suspension and load||Front/rear leaf spring suspension Front suspension 2x32 parabolic Front axle type AM900 price - front axle type not applicable |
|Front axle technical load ||7.5t Price front leaf spring suspension |
|Front stabiliser bar||Comfort front shock absorbers 3x24 + 1X41 parabolic rear suspension |
|Rear axle technical load|
Installation on a heavy goods vehicle chassis with a GVWR of 16 to 18 tonnes
|Short wheel base||3300 mm |
For your safety, the vehicle is fitted with a right and left camera, a pedestrian detection safety radar, LED lighting and a 360° camera.
The SL 200 M CMAR moves forward using the SCANIA chassis robotised gearbox, thereby providing optimum driving comfort. This sweeper is available in a choice of drawn or pushed brush versions.
All the equipment on this machine is standard:
The CMAR SL 200 M sweeper is sturdy, reliable and electronics free.
The sweeping equipment and turbine are driven by the chassis engine rear power take-off.
Use in sweeping mode is with the chassis’s original automatic robotised gearbox (no auxiliary motor, nor hydrostatic versions)
Given the absence of an auxiliary motor: maintenance costs and fuel consumption are very significantly reduced.
The noise is significantly reduced by the absence of an auxiliary motor and the fact that it runs at a low engine speed: between 800 and 1000 rpm. Furthermore, this sweeper is fully soundproofed in order to limit noise pollution a minimum.
The new generation of gearboxes is much more flexible and comfortable for the driver.