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New Snow Pushers Introduced for Skid-Steers, Wheel Loaders, Backhoes and Tractors

SnowEx ® has introduced its POWER PUSHER TE snow pushers for skid-steers, wheel loaders, backhoes and tractors. Available in 8- and 10-foot-wide models with large carrying capacities, the new snow pushers feature steel trip-edges to deliver cleaner scrapes and help operators get down to the pavement.

The steel trip-edges on the POWER PUSHER TE models use four extension springs along with two outer double ribs at the trip springs to handle heavy-duty loads and stresses. The framing and 63-degree angle of attack are specially engineered for maximum scraping performance, and the design has been proven through years of field testing and development.

In addition to the new steel trip-edges, the POWER PUSHER TE includes a variety of other features for superior durability. Six vertical support ribs maximize bucket impact strength and structural integrity, while 10-gauge steel moldboards offer superior strength. Side support posts help prevent bending from hitting curbs or other accidental impact. Furthermore, the snow pushers are coated with high-quality industrial paint that is both salt- and UV-resistant to protect against corrosion and other environmental effects.

Interchangeable attachments allow a single POWER PUSHER TE model to attach to any compatible skid-steer, wheel loader, backhoe or tractor. This feature allows users to utilize the same pusher plow across various types of equipment in their fleets.

POWER PUSHER TE accessories include a top-mounted, rubber back-drag edge for pulling snow away from loading docks, doors and other tight spaces. High-wear shoes are also available, allowing the pushers to more easily slide along the surface in fast working conditions.

For more information, visit www.snowexproducts.com.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 8/7/2019

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