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CE Attachments debuts low-profile attachments

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Provides greater visibility on smaller machines.

| October 23, 2013

CEAttachments, Inc., a global supplier of attachments and accessories for compact equipment, announces new EDGE Low Profile Snow Push attachments for skid steer and track loaders.

The EDGE Low Profile Snow Pushes have been re-engineered for more efficient and reliable performance in moving snow, flood wastewater, manure or other materials.

These new Low Profile Snow Pushes are designed with lower endplates, decreasing the overall height of the pusher to only 25.7 inches and providing greater visibility for operators. The strength of these new endplates have also been significantly increased by angling the cross brace to the lower corner.

The new design also features a formed upper section, without obstructing visibility, that provides additional strength while acting as a snow deflector. This upper section also features grated step plates to assist with getting in and out of the cab.

The depth of the mount to the moldboard has also been dramatically reduced, improving the performance and maneuverability of the pusher.

The new EDGE Low Profile Snow Pushes are available in 6-ft., 7-ft., 8-ft. and 10-ft. sizes and continue to feature standard replaceable rubber cutting edges and adjustable skid shoes.

Optional pull-back kits are also available to give an operator the ability to draw materials back from confined areas such as loading docks or buildings.

  • Provides great visibility on smaller machines
  • Comes with rubber cutting edge and adjustable skid shoes
  • Sizes from 72" (6-ft) up to 120" (10-ft)
  • Optional Pull-Back Kits draws snow back from confined spaces
  • Use year-round to move snow, manure, flood clean-up wastewater or other materials




 

 

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