Case Introduces New Sectional Snow Pushers

Case Construction Equipment has a new line of 6 heavy and light-duty sectional snow pushers compatible with both current and older model wheel loaders, skid steers, compact track loaders and backhoes.

📅   Tue July 12, 2016 - National Edition
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The light-duty models, designed for compact equipment and backhoes, feature pushers up to 13-ft. (4 m) wide. The heavy-duty line offers pushers up to 17-ft. (5 m) wide for full-sized wheel loaders.
The light-duty models, designed for compact equipment and backhoes, feature pushers up to 13-ft. (4 m) wide. The heavy-duty line offers pushers up to 17-ft. (5 m) wide for full-sized wheel loaders.

Case Construction Equipment has a new line of six heavy- and light-duty sectional snow pushers compatible with both current and older model wheel loaders, skid steers, compact track loaders and backhoes. The independent moldboard sections move independently, allowing each section to shift up and down in response to uneven pavement or obstacles. The light-duty models, designed for compact equipment and backhoes, feature pushers up to 13-ft. (4 m) wide. The heavy-duty line offers pushers up to 17-ft. (5 m) wide for full-sized wheel loaders.

The Case pushers also are compatible with competitive equipment and allow a snow removal contractor to standardize on a single type/style of pusher across their fleet, according to the manufacturer.

Each pusher features a Hardox 450 steel cutting edge that scrapes cleanly down the pavement and, if obstacles are encountered, only a single section of the pusher is lifted off the ground. This ensures that the other sections of the pusher remain flush with the ground and more snow is removed on the first pass than traditional snow pushers and snowplows. The new pushers also provide additional advantages that help snow contractors keep operating costs down:

• Plowing an area cleanly on the first pass helps reduce the need for secondary passes, ultimately allowing the work to be done faster and with less wear and tear on the machine/pusher.

• The ability for the leading edge of the pusher to “trip” over obstacles helps prevent equipment damage, and can also help reduce instances of property damage.

• Removing more snow and ice on the first pass also can significantly reduce salt use, saving additional costs in labor and resources.

• If a section becomes damaged, that single modular section can be replaced instead of replacing the whole pusher, a significant cost savings.

For more information, visit CaseCE.com.