Multi-Functional FFC V-Blade Reinvents Snow Removal

Wed September 28, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The FFC V-Blade adjusts to achieve straight, left/right, scoop or V-position, providing the versatility needed to efficiently remove snow from walks, driveways and parking lots.
The FFC V-Blade adjusts to achieve straight, left/right, scoop or V-position, providing the versatility needed to efficiently remove snow from walks, driveways and parking lots.

The FFC V-Blade manufactured by Paladin Construction Group attaches to skid steers and compact wheel loaders up to operating weights of 13,200 lb. (5,987 kg). The FFC V-Blade adjusts to achieve straight, left/right, scoop or V-position, providing the versatility needed to efficiently remove snow from walks, driveways and parking lots. It comes in blade widths ranging from 60 to 120 in. (152 to 305 cm) and is available with a hydraulic sequencing valve or Paladin’s electro-hydraulic system, which improves blade control and independent blade function, according to the manufacturer.

The FFC V-Blade offers a reversible cutting edge designed to deliver greater wear life than traditional cutting edges. Fully adjustable skid shoes allow the user to match operations to varying job conditions, while top and side pinch guards increase safety and keep the pivot area free of debris. The FFC V-Blade is engineered with fewer components and less hardware than other adjustable snow blades, making it up to 200 lbs. (91 kg) lighter than competitive models and easier to maneuver. In addition, the design incorporates a robust central ball joint that allows for improved multi-axial movement.

For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com.




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