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Bobcat Company adds redesigned snowblower attachment

November 9, 2021 -  By

Bobcat's new snowblower attachment is compatable with the company's loaders. (Photo: Bobcat)

Bobcat’s new snowblower attachment is compatible with the company’s loaders. (Photo: Bobcat)

Bobcat Company adds a new, ultra-durable snowblower attachment. This new attachment features an increased intake height and a bigger auger to draw more snow into the blower.

“We’ve enhanced this latest model as the ultimate snow-handling attachment, helping clear snow faster and more efficiently, allowing operators to make fewer passes for quick area cleaning,” said Kelly Humble, senior marketing manager of product planning at Doosan Bobcat North America.

Equipped with nine different width options and numerous motor packages, the Bobcat snowblower attachments provide owners with a perfect match for loader models, as well as for the application, from wide-open sites like driveways and parking lots to narrow spaces like sidewalks.

The snowblower features an ultra-durable direct-drive, sprocket-style chute rotation, which improves the performance, durability and ease of maintenance. It enables operators to point snow in any direction and place. It is powerful enough to break through ice buildup and eliminates the need for chains. The chute delivers 270 degrees of rotation for a wide range of accurate snow placement, which is a 15-degree increase over previous designs.

The chute’s rounded intake provides a smoother surface to roll the snow into the feed impeller. Bobcat said this design minimizes clogging and reduces resistance for improved snow flow through the attachment. The optional truck-loading chute allows the operator to place snow high into a truck and simplify hauling. High-flow models capture extra available hydraulic horsepower from the carrier, which enables clearing through the deepest drifts and heaviest snow while throwing it farther.

An additional feature includes easily adjustable skid shoes which are mounted to the sides of the snowblower, allowing operators to raise or lower the clearing depth to match the surface of the jobsite. Designed for long-wear life and easily replaceable, the new skid shoes provide long-wearing durability.


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