Barber Beach Cleaner

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About Beach Cleaners & Litter Pickers

About Beach Cleaners & Litter Pickers

The Barber Surf Rake is the world’s most popular beach cleaning machine and is used in over 90 countries on 6 continents. As a tractor-towed machine, it is ideal for cleaning medium to large beaches.

Barber beach cleaning machines are effective in removing beach pollution such as seaweed, dead fish, glass, syringes, plastic, cans, cigarettes, shells, stone, wood and virtually any unwanted debris. Barber beach cleaning machines are even used to effectively remove oil and tar balls from beach sand after oil spill disasters.

 

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Litter Pickers

Litter Pickers

Litter Collection Equipment

Utilizing our patented tine raking technology, Barber has designed litter collection equipment for the safe and efficient removal of debris from grass and paved surfaces.

The Litter Picker can be used to remove debris from grass, dirt, or paved surfaces. The Road Rake combines the tine raking technology of the litter picker with rotating brushes to remove larger debris from pavement that might otherwise damage street sweepers.

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Beach Cleaners

SURF RAKE - TRACTOR-TOWED BEACH CLEANER MACHINES

The Barber SURF RAKE is the most popular tractor-towed beach cleaner in the world. This is because it is the fastest and most efficient beach cleaner on the market. It is currently available in three models that are optimized for different-sized beaches.

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Easy Maintenance

Easy Maintenance

Beach cleaners are a large investment and should cost as little as possible after the initial purchase. The style of beach cleaner you purchase, as well as the brand’s reputation, quality, and warranty, directly determine the amount of time and money you will need to devote to maintenance. Be sure to read this article before purchasing a beach cleaner, for it alerts you to the primary safeguards that ensure your machine will not cost thousands more than its initial sticker price infers.

Moldboard Explained

Moldboard Explained

Beach cleaners are are far safer, more effective, and resilient when they use a moldboard. Moldboards level the beach while simultaneously preventing pre-mature wear of the conveyor system, protecting the beach cleaner against sizeable submerged objects, and ensuring even cleaning depth. This article goes into an in-depth explanation to clarify this often mis-interpretted beach cleaning tool.

Beach Cleaners & Environmental Concerns

Environmental Concerns

Beach cleaners can help the environment when used properly. Certain species of beach creatures can be affected by beach cleaning practices, but following certain guidelines allows for safe litter removal, which benefits both humans and beach creatures. This article describes several ways beach cleaners can create a safe environment for humans and beach creatures without disturbing their natural habitat.

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