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Pro-Tech introduces Switchblade

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Containment plow can handle changing weather.

| August 31, 2010

ROCHESTER, N.Y.- Pro-Tech has added the Switchblade to its line of Sno Pusher containment plows. With its ability to switch between a rubber edge and steel trip edge, the Switchblade can handle changing weather and jobsite conditions without having to change plows. This versatility makes the unit ideal for serious snow and ice management professionals looking to increase productivity with snow pushers.

The steel edge of the Switchblade features Pro-Tech’s IST technology, which includes a steel edge mounted on a specially blended memory urethane. When an obstruction is hit, the edge flexes and snaps back to its original angle in a smooth, non-shocking trip action. Because the new design uses a cutting edge that spans the entire width of the unit, the Switchblade eliminates snow trails at its sides. Furthermore, the wear shoes have been redesigned to cut through hard snowpack, keeping the edge in contact with the surface at all times.

When dealing with wet, heavy snow or surfaces that are sensitive to steel edges, the Switchblade can be flipped to push with a rubber edge, which acts as a squeegee to produce a clean pass.

A total of 12 Switchblade models are available for attaching to any make of loader, backhoe or skid steer. The 10- to 18-foot loader models are capable of pushing 12 to 23 cubic yards of snow in one pass, respectively. The 10- to 14-foot backhoe models can push 9 to 13 cubic yards, and the 6- to 12-foot skid steer models can handle 5 - 11 cubic yards.

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