The model 775 dual-motor electric auger spreader from Hiniker Company allows users to tailor ice control application rates accurately and conveniently.
Tue July 22, 2014 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The model 775 dual-motor electric auger spreader from Hiniker Company allows users to tailor ice control application rates accurately and conveniently. An efficient, 5.75-in. (14.6 cm) diameter auger delivery system provides positive delivery control with no material carry-back into the truck bed. An in-cab console provides individual variable speed control for both the conveyor and the spinner, along with blast and reversing functions. Dual 12-volt motors offer quiet, low-maintenance operation.
Standard hopper capacity is 2.00 cu. yd. (1.5 cu m). and a tip-up spinner assembly makes unloading unused material simple and provides easy trailer hitch access. The Hiniker 775 spreader is optimally sized for use in either a 6.5- or 8-ft. (1.9 or 2.4 m) pickup bed.
For more information, call 507/625-6621 or visit www.hiniker.com.
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