TAG: snow plows

Pro-Tech reveals new containment plow

July 9, 2018By

Pro-Tech Manufacturing and Distribution unveiled its Fusion Edge Sno Pusher, a containment snow plow with a steel-infused rubber cutting edge. “The product development of the Fusion was rigorous and included a tremendous amount of customer feedback and testing,” said Pro-Tech President Michael Guggino. “The majority of plowing professionals we spoke with said they want improved surface outcome, durability and ease... read more

Case debuts sectional snow pushers

July 6, 2016By

Case Construction Equipment debuted a new line of sectional snow pushers at the Snow & Ice Management Association’s 19th annual Snow & Ice Symposium in Providence, R.I. The new line features six heavy- and light-duty sectional snow pushers compatible with current and older model wheel loaders, skid-steers, compact track loaders and backhoes. Each pusher features a Hardox 405 steel cutting edge. The independently... read more

Toro to acquire Boss snow equipment

October 28, 2014By

The Toro Co. has agreed to acquire the Boss professional snow and ice management business of Northern Star Industries for approximately $227 million. Toro is based in Bloomington, Minn. Based in Iron Mountain, Mich., Boss designs, manufactures and sells snow plows, salt and sand spreaders and related parts/accessories, for light and medium duty trucks, ATVs, UTVs and loaders. Boss sales... read more

Buyers Products revamps snow plow and salt spreader comparison charts

September 3, 2013By

Buyers Products, the maker of SnowDogg snow plows and SaltDogg salt spreaders, updated its snow plow and salt spreader product comparison charts to allow customers to review the construction and features of comparable products made by competing brands. “When considering a snow plow or salt spreader purchase, we think it’s important for customers to be able to see how SnowDogg... read more

Snow tech, down cold

August 1, 2010By

To a snow and ice management contractor, a truck is like a second home. Fifteen-hour workdays aren’t uncommon, so having a comfortable, reliable vehicle is crucial. And, let’s face it, equipment that allows the operator to spend a bulk of time inside the warm cab — and not out in the cold — is extremely valuable. Just as trucks have... read more