A shows the scraper blade
located at the rear of the
snowblower when not in use. A mechanism
actuated by two
hydraulic cylinders moves the scraper
blade from the back to
the front. A carbon steel bar fixed
at the back of the scraper
blade protects it’s surface
against wear and tear.
B shows the scraper blade
in the back position and slightly
lowered in order to raise the snowblower
for a few
inches. The scraper blade is used
as a packing shoe at the full
width of the snowblower. Then it
is possible to blow the snow
on various ground surfaces like
: gravel, crushed stone, lawn,
mud and others. Only the snow is
blown. The rounded form of
the scraper blade packs the snow
which passes under the
snowblower, thus making the ground
appropriate for the next snow clearance.
represent the motion carried out
scraper blade while moving from
the back to the front.
F and G show the scraper
blade in the position to blow the
snow when the tractor is moving
forward. The snowblower being lifted
up by 9 inches, the snow goes under.
Stopped by the blade, the snow comes
in the snowblower to be catched
by the auger which conducts it to
In option : A rubber
or TIVAR blade protects the asphalt
pavement and the paving stone.
equipement allows the snow removal
very quickly for the residential
laneways and the cleaning
of the garage doors.
1) A choice of steel,
stainless, rubber or TIVAR blades
2) Carbon steel blade
3) Hydraulic bearings and grease
fittings at all articulations