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Spreader - SnowEx - Facility Management Product Release
The SP-75 walk-behind spreader is designed for winter maintenance applications. It features a single-slot port design, so it can spread large bulk materials and bag salt.
The hopper has a maximum capacity of 1.8 cubic feet—roughly 100 pounds of material. A stainless-steel deflector encases the spinner and ensures material is delivered in a controlled, predictable pattern so material lands on the pavement surface.
It has 13-inch-diameter pneumatic tires to travel over snow, slush and ice. The spreader weighs 29 pounds and features integrated lifting handles.
Nylon axle and wheel bearings provide self-lubrication. Large gears are constructed of Nylatron GS nylon. A gear cover with quick-release clamps protects gears from the elements. It comes with a hopper cover to keep materials dry and prevent overflow.
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