New features included in commercial snowblower
A new commercial two-stage snowblower from the Toro Company has joined the market: the Toro Power Max HD Commercial 1028 OHXE (38806). It offers the benefits of the Power Max HD line with several innovative features incorporated into the new design.
Drift breakers and a reinforced handle come standard on the new unit, while a 28-inch-wide swath and 21.5-inch cutting depth allow the operator to tackle deep snow with confidence. Equipped with a Toro Premium 302cc, OHV 4-cycle engine, the new model is both reliable and powerful. Additionally, this unit is covered by a one-year commercial warranty and a three-year residential limited warranty.
Operation is simple and intuitive due to the Quick Stick chute control system, which allows the operator to easily change chute direction and deflection with a single control. Integrated hand warmers add operator comfort and productivity. Extra-large, 16-inch squared-off, deep lug tires, power steering and heavy-duty cast iron skids all contribute to maximum control and performance. Additionally, the Power Max Anti-Clogging System (ACS), a commercial-grade auger gear case, and a large 14-inch serrated auger all come standard on the new Power Max HD Commercial 1028 OHXE.
As the most powerful commercial two-stage snowblower offered by Toro, the Power Max HD 1028 OHXE rounds out the existing Toro commercial snow removal product offering. The complete commercial snow removal product line includes the following equipment categories:
• Power Clear commercial single-stage snow blower
• Power Max HD two-stage snow blowers
• Power Broom dedicated rotary broom
• GrandStand MULTI FORCE stand-on mowers equipped with a BOSS snow plow or a new power broom attachment.
For more information, visit www.toro.com/en/professional-contractor/snow-removal.
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