Meyer Products Announces New Ground Tracking Technology
Ground tracking technology clears surfaces faster and better than plows that don't adjust to a surface's contours.
Fri October 03, 2014 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Meyer Products’ ground tracking technology (GTT) allows the plow to pivot up to 12 degrees in either direction to automatically follow the contour of the road. Ground tracking technology clears surfaces faster and better than plows that don’t adjust to a surface’s contours, according to Meyer.
Available as an option on Meyer Lot Pro, Road Pro and Diamond Edge plows, GTT is possible because the moldboard and black iron move around a center pivot point.
In addition, GTT levels the moldboard automatically when it’s raised and moved right or left, so the plow remains level during transport. It also allows the plow to mount more easily on uneven surfaces because the mount stays level even if the moldboard is not.
For more information, visit www.meyerproducts.com.
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