Beach Cleaner 1995 - $15000 (Ocala,Fl) in Mobile, Alabama
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Cherrington 5000 diesel powered "Beach Cleaner"
Self contained unit that operator rides on
Oil Spill Cleanup with Cherrington Beach Cleaners
Cherrington Has Unique Ability to Clean Sand During Oil Spill Cleanup
Cherrington Design Effective for Oil Spill Cleanup
The Lift and Screen design and beach cleaning method exclusive to Cherrington Beach Cleaners / Screeners offers the unique ability to effectively aid in the removal of oil slabs, tar balls and oil soaked sand during the oil spill cleanup process.
Self-Propelled Models Ideal For Oil Spill Cleanup On Islands And Tight Areas
The Cherrington Model 5000 is a high flotation, all-wheel drive, self-propelled beach cleaner with a zero-turn radius allowing it to go where tractors and other equipment cannot. The Model 5000 is highly suitable for transport to barrier islands and other beach areas for quick oil spill clean-up before more damage is done.
Easily Remove Tar Balls During Beach Oil Spill Cleanup
The self-loading screening method for removing unwanted debris has long been recognized as the most efficient and thorough way to clean the sand. The screen-hole size on the Cherrington Beach Cleaner can be changed to meet varying beach cleaning challenges, including easily picking up 3/8" or smaller objects, such as tar balls that litter the beach after an oil spill.
Remove Sand Contaminated by Oil Spill
The precise hydraulic depth setting ability of the Cherrington Beach Cleaner’s leading edge can be set to skim and pickup only the contaminated layer left by an oil spill or sludge residue resulting from water treatment processes. When the screen is replaced with a solid metal sheet, all of the oil soaked sand can be loaded (rather than screened) for removal and hauled to a remediation site.
Cherrington: Beach Friendly Oil Spill Cleanup Tool
The Cherrington method of oil spill cleanup is much more beach-friendly because it causes less damage and reduces unnecessary removal of sand from the beach that can happen with heavy construction equipment.