A full line of KP Gutter Brooms are available for every make and model sweeper on the road today. Our Patented Wire has durable spring action keeping our Gutter Brooms firm, in-shape and ready for heavy duty jobs.
Topped with high impact resistant blocks, they are designed to handle heavy curb sweeping. Poly-filled Gutter Brooms are also available for application where wire cannot be used.
The typical customer response after testing any of the KP Gutter Brooms has been that the KP Gutter Brooms has met or exceeded their expectations, on even the toughest street sweeping applications.
KP Gutter Brooms are available for model sweepers and can be purchased in 1 section, 2 section, 4 section, 5 section or 12 section broom depending on the style the sweeper takes. Some style KP Gutter Brooms are available in totes where individual heads are place in a large box. Click Here to learn more about Gutter Broom totes.
Gutter Brooms are available with our Patented Wire. The Patented Wire Gutter Brooms are used for everyday sweeping application. Gutter Broom are also available in all poly, typical used for airport or application where wire is forbidden. Combo Poly/Wire Gutter Brooms are can be made for unique sweeping applications.
Poly-filled Gutter Brooms: Used mostly on airports where wire is forbidden.
Wires per hole:
- Standard Gutter Brooms (STD)
- Heavy Duty Gutter Brooms (HD)
- Super Heavy Duty Gutter Brooms (SHD)
Contact us for specification on specific Gutter Brooms.
The most frequently asked question we get when we introduce one of our customers to a KP (Keystone Patented) Wire Gutter Broom is, “Why Patented Wire?”
The answer is quite simple: Patented Wire has demonstrated to be a much stronger and harder wire with greater resistance to fatigue than traditional Gutter Broom wires.
And the typical customer response after testing a Keystone Patented Wire Gutter Broom has been that Keystone’s Patented Wire Gutter Broom has met or exceeded their expectations, on even the toughest street sweeping applications.
A major concern in manufacturing steel is the loss of strength properties through the production process that can cause the steel to prematurely break-down, weaken or fail. However, in the patenting process, steel wire is gradually heated and then cooled in a controlled environment allowing it to be flattened, or cold rolled, without sacrificing the key characteristic of the steel – strength.
Apply this technology to gutter brooms where strength and durability of the product are the user’s main concerns, and you can begin to understand the benefits of Patented Wire. This includes the steel’s resistance to bending and stretching (hardness), resistance to fatigue from repeated stress, flick strength and ability to maintain its original shape.