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Ariens Company Adds Hydro Brush 36 to Power Brush Line

 —  Hydro model features hydrostatic drive for infinite speed control, safe and smooth operation —

BRILLION, Wis.  - Ariens Company®<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/b2fecb> introduces the Hydro Brush 36, the newest addition to the Power Brush line. The Hydro Brush is an all-season machine capable of moving snow, sand, dirt and gravel.

The new Hydro Brush 36 features a hydrostatic transmission engineered in partnership with Hydro-Gear. Designed with a thermal management system to prevent overheating, the Hydro-Gear® RT-210™ transmission allows for infinite speed control, smooth operation and minimal maintenance. Speed can be adjusted while the power brush is still moving, eliminating jumping or lurching with speed changes. The Hydro drive system’s synthetic oil will not break down like conventional oils and does not require adjustments, meaning it’s maintenance free.

The multi-functional Hydro Brush easily removes up to 6-inches of snow and other debris from sidewalks, driveways and decorative surfaces like patio brick or cobblestone. It can also be used to dethatch or remove gravel from lawns.  Automatic traction control optimizes maneuverability, and the 40-degree brush head rotation with an operator-controlled pivot lock simplifies changing the head direction. A height adjustment system accommodates various surfaces and improves brush wear.

Additional Hydro Brush features include:

  *   287cc Subaru® Engine with 12-volt electric start
  *   36-inch clearing width
  *   Automatic traction control
  *   Handwarmers for comfort in cold conditions
  *   Steel dash construction for long-lasting durability
  *   Optional attachments including a snow cab, debris deflector, tire chains and wire bristles

They Hydro Brush 36 is covered by Ariens Company’s three-year consumer and one-year commercial warranty.

About Ariens Company

Established in 1933 in Brillion, Wis., Ariens Company is a leading manufacturer of outdoor power equipment for both consumer and professional use. The company’s premium international brands include Ariens Sno-Thro®<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/rugecb> and Ariens lawn and garden products for consumers; Countax®<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/7mhecb> and Westwood®<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/nfiecb> lawn tractors; and Gravely®<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/37iecb> and Parker®<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/j0jecb> commercial equipment for the landscape management, facilities maintenance and sports field sectors. Ariens’ affiliates, Stens Corporation<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/zskecb>, J Thomas<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/fllecb> and Ariens Pty Ltd<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/vdmecb>. (Australia), supply replacement parts to the outdoor power equipment industry. Ariens Company employs more than 1,400 people, with operations in Wisconsin, Nebraska, Indiana, Michigan, the United Kingdom, Norway and Australia. Visit www.AriensCo.com<http://e2.ma/click/nfqwf/zcg8vb/b6mecb> for more information.

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