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HAAGA: THE FOUNDER OF THE UNIQUE DISC BRUSH SYSTEM

 

The company Haaga was founded in 1969 by Hermann Haaga as an operation for mould construction and plastics precessing. One year later, his business began to specialise in hand-guided sweepers. Then came the idea of rotating disc brushes, patented in 1974, with which Haaga set a benchmark in sweeping technology. In 1989 the companies activities became focused on sweeping machines.

The unique sweeping principle: Two specially-made, opposing circular brushes cut under the waste material and whisk it directly into the waste container. The coarse or fine waste is not "driven over" or simply pushed ahead of the sweeper. Even wet foliage is picked up properly. Additional patents and new developments followed such as a turbo system with double the sweeping power. Here the disc brush system is extended by fine dirt brush, located behind the brushes. These machines sweep twice in one step. Even the most fine debris is collected.