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Solid Obstacles Don't Stop Spring-Loaded Sectional Snowblade
A new HLA snowblade from Horst Welding adjusts to uneven surfaces on-the-go. Individual 2-ft. wide sections of the Razor snow pusher trip and then slide up and over immoveable objects.
    “Operators love it, especially in parking lots with manholes and drains,” says Clare Gingrich, Horst Welding. “It has been so well received that we are expanding our production facility to meet demand.”
    The Razor offers dual action tripping, beginning with a 6-in. high section of the removable/reversible cutting edge. As it tips backward, the 34-in. section of moldboard can slide upward as much as 7 in., depending on the height of the obstacle. Snowplow end pieces are equipped with floating edges.
    “Each section is individually spring-loaded,” explains Gingrich. “Down pressure can be manually adjusted.”
    The Razor is available in three widths of 10, 12 and 14 ft. Weights range from 2,550 to 3,295 lbs. Gingrich says the Razor is available with connecting brackets to fit a wide range of ski steers, loaders and teleloaders.
    Contact Horst Welding dealers in Canada or U.S. distributors for pricing. Prices will vary depending on the type of brackets required.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Horst Welding, 8082 Rd. 129, RR 3, Listowel, Ont., Canada N4W 3G8 (ph 519 291-4162; toll free 866 567-4162; sales@horstwelding.com; www.horstwelding.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #2