Oscillating skid steer mount enhances scraping performance
Sept. 25, 2018 – Snow-Ex has introduced on oscillating skid steer mount for its heavy-duty and Speedwing™ snow plows. The mount contributes to better scraping performance and less wear on the plow's cutting edge, and it can quickly be attached to any brand of style of skid steer loader.
The new skid-steer mount provides six degrees of side-to-side oscillation, which allows the blade to follow the contours of the pavement for a cleaner scrape. The oscillating mount works with both SnowEx HD straight blade plows – with blade widths ranging from seven feet, six inches to nine feet – and the Speedwing, which boasts the added productivity and efficiency of automatically adjusting mechanical wings.
A total of five SnowEx snow plow models are compatible with skid steer loaders, allowing users to leverage their machine’s onboard hydraulic system for efficient plowing applications. The plows are quick to install and easy to operate. Additional standard features of the snowplows include a full-trip moldboard, attachment plate with 10-degree forward slope, half-inch by six-inch steel cutting edge, and a Powercoat paint finish.
SnowEx Snow and Ice Control Equipment is a part of Douglas Dynamics, a leading North American manufacturer of vehicle attachments and equipment. For more than 70 years, the company has been innovating products to enable people to perform their jobs more efficiently and effectively and helping businesses to increase profitability. For more information, visit www.snowexproducts.com.
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