Arctic Sectional Sno-Pusher

Fri February 03, 2017 - National Edition

Arctic Sectional Sno-Pusher
Arctic Sectional Sno-Pusher

Sectional Sno-Pusher, a division of Arctic Snow and Ice Products Bradley IL, offers three lines of unique snow pushers, the HD, LD and CD models. They are compatible with wheel loaders, back-hoes, skid steers, compact loaders, and tractors.

Incorporating several unique features, the Sectional pushers increase snow removal efficiency and reduce fuel costs. The patented steel moldboard design is made of 32, 30 and 24-inch-wide individual sections depending on the model, each featuring spring-loaded trip edges. The exclusive moldboard design combines the precision of a small plow with the capacity of a large pusher.

The separate sections move independently of one another, allowing the unit to contour to the surface and scrape snow and ice out of dips and recessions, all while moving over raised objects. This enhances plowing efficiency and protects operators from impact injuries and minimizes property damage.

Each moldboard section features an AR-400 hardened-steel trip cutting edge, designed to scrape snow and ice down to the pavement. In addition to removing compacted ice and snow, the cutting edge's sectional design is also more economical. On a typical one-piece moldboard plow or pusher, the entire cutting edge must be replaced when damaged. In the event that a Sectional Sno-Pusher's cutting edge is damaged, only the individual section needs to be replaced.

The pusher operates independently of the machine and automatically adjusts to the pavement grade, resulting in fewer missed areas and less follow-up plowing. Additionally, the patented Slip Hitch ensures all four tires remain on the pavement at all times. As a result, the machine is able to achieve full traction, and eliminate drag and loss of horsepower.

The company states that their customers have reported salt savings as high as 50% and fuel savings exceeding 30% which they believe out performs any other pusher on the market today.

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