Multi-command handlebar for walk-behind sweeper

A handlebar that serves the purpose of supporting the machine and at the same time offering the possibility of operating more than one mechanism and function, without having to detach hands. We have found the solution with our levers, which, in this case, carry out 3 different functions. There are two levers, therefore, one of which double, capable of performing all the necessary functions for this sweeper machine. The regulations of cables connected to the levers enable the assembler to "record" the downstream drive mechanism to the best

A lever for every function

The lever, located on the right of this handlebar, has the function of operating the machine traction, thus making it "walk" forward. In this case, the lever is activated by the operator's left hand.

A control group with two levers

We have provided a control group on the left of this handlebar, consisting of a body and two levers. In this way, the operator can operate with the right hand the lever located in front of the image, that has the purpose of operating the FLAP, whilst with the underlying lever he can raise and lower the side brush of the machine. It is important to note that the lever, to raise and lower the side brush, is provided with a switch (in this case in light grey) which serves to lock the start-up lever in the raised brush position.

The handlebar and its equipment

In this case, we have chosen a S235JR tube-type handlebar with a diameter of 22 mm, 1.5mm thick, which has subsequently been powder painted with a BLACK, RAL 9005 colour.

In the upper part, the handlebar has then been covered with two soft acrylic rubber grips, providing the handlebar with a more comfortable“grip” for the operator.

For the lower part of the cables, we have chosen fork terminals, a DIN 71752 fork for each cable with relative clip, assembled with a threaded dipstick, thereby providing a further regulation for the machine set-up.

Further regulation is also given by the regulators placed at the end of the sheath, just before the fork.