Complete machine with Briggs engine + attachment: $7,300
Complete machine with Honda engine + attachment: $7,700
Attachment only price: $3,650
Machines typically ship within 48 hours
The TURF TEQ Power Broom is the best way to easily sweep debris from just about any surface. It can clean all types of hard and textured surfaces, sweep and dethatch turf and even make quick work of snow. The bottom line – our Power Broom lets you do more work faster, with less manpower, increasing profitability for your business.
The Power Broom features an on-the-go differential lock for exceptional traction and productivity, and the hydrostatic transmission allows you to adjust ground speed to meet heavy or light sweeping needs. The Power Broom also makes changing directions quick and easy, improving productivity while reducing operator fatigue. This makes it a must-have piece of equipment for professional grounds care crews.
Why Turf Teq?
Work faster without sacrificing results
Do more projects with less manpower
33% more sweeping area to get jobs done faster
Denser bristles for more sweeping power & longer brush life
Higher horsepower for maximum results
Adjustable down-force to extend brush life
Easy-lifting brush for faster transport & less brush wear
Heavy-duty steel construction for 3x the machine lifespan
The most efficient power broom on the market
Multi-use flexibility to maximize your investment
Proven reliability for experienced landscapers
Higher productivity, lower long-term cost, and better profitability for your business
The TURF TEQ Power Broom is available as a complete multi-use machine and as a broom attachment that will work with all other TURF TEQ multi-use products. Quickly change attachments to make the most out of your investment no matter what the season. Learn more about multi-use flexibility.
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“What a great machine! It did a great job of removing the thatch and leaving the desirable turf undisturbed without making a huge mess of the lawn and limiting the debris that has to be hauled off. “ P.J. Binder – Turf Magazine Field Test Report