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SnowEx introduces new rotary broom

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The walk-behind rotary broom provides an ideal solution for sidewalk applications.

| October 1, 2013

MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – SnowEx introduces a versatile new walk-behind rotary broom with a plow attachment for snow removal and other cleanup applications. Powered by a 160cc Honda GXV Series engine, the SS-4000 is designed to provide unmatched productivity for sidewalk applications.

The SS-4000 features a floating pivotal broom head with five angle settings to adjust the trajectory of snow and other materials. The 16-inch-diameter broom is centrally driven, allowing the unit to work against curbs, walls and other obstacles from either the left- or right-hand side. Brush rotation speed is infinitely adjustable, and down pressure can be increased or decreased by raising or lowering the pneumatic support wheel.

For heavier snow conditions, the operator can install a front-mounted blade attachment, which comes standard with the SS-4000. The 40-inch blade uses a unique pin system for easy installation and removal.

Operation is simple, thanks to user-friendly controls and seven-position height adjustment of the handlebars. The unit offers three forward gears and one reverse gear, and a locking differential helps the machine drive in a straight path. A freewheel feature is also included to allow easy 360-degree turning.

The frame of the SS-4000 folds for easy storage, and the wheels are easily removable. Other standard features include winter-tread tires and a corrosion-resistant paint finish. Optional equipment includes a debris collector box for catching material during cleanup applications.

The SS-4000 is backed by an industry-leading two-year warranty. For more information, contact TrynEx International, 531 Ajax Drive, Madison Heights, MI 48071, call 800-725-8377 or 248-586-3500, fax 248-586-3501, e-mail info@trynexfactory.com or visit www.snowexproducts.com.

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