Lane Control Spinner Chute Available for SaltDogg Hydraulic Spreaders

The lane control spinner chute reduces ground water contamination by aiming the spread pattern exactly where it is needed.

Wed March 25, 2015 - National Edition
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Designed specifically for 9-ft. (2.7 m) and larger SaltDogg hydraulic spreaders, the independent cab control of the spinner chute provides lane control from inside the cab.
Designed specifically for 9-ft. (2.7 m) and larger SaltDogg hydraulic spreaders, the independent cab control of the spinner chute provides lane control from inside the cab.

A new lane control spinner chute for SaltDogg hydraulic spreaders is available from Buyers Products.

Designed specifically for 9-ft. (2.7 m) and larger SaltDogg hydraulic spreaders, the independent cab control of the spinner chute provides lane control from inside the cab. An LED lane indicator on the controller displays the spreader position for greater user control. The controller provides three material distribution options (lane 1, lane 2 and lane 3), which save material by allowing the user to apply material where it is needed most.

The lane control spinner chute reduces ground water contamination, by aiming the spread pattern exactly where it is needed and saves fuel by providing more efficient road coverage.

“This new lane control spinner chute not only makes operators’ jobs easier, but saves material by enabling it to be applied where it is most needed,” said Dave Zelis, director of sales and marketing at Buyers Products. “It also helps to save fuel by providing efficiencies with road coverage.”

The chute height can be adjusted to accommodate various mounting heights. A gas spring assist helps store and position the chute with minimal operator effort.

SaltDogg offers a complete product line of 12 tailgate spreaders. Each spreader is constructed from polyethylene, steel and stainless steel for top performance, durability and longer product life.

For more information, visit SaltDogg.com.




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