3.66 m (12 ft) Straight Snow Push with rubber cutting edge
roll and fold snow with a profiled mold board, the Straight Snow Push maximizes the amount of snow being pushed. Once material is contained and displaced, streamlined box supports ensure that snow does not cling to the tool, increasing productivity. The Cat Straight Snow push features a standard trip edge system which protects your machine and tool from unseen obstacles.
- Working Width
- Moldboard Height
- Overall Height
- Interface Type
- Skid Steer Coupler
- Trip Edge Type
- Rubber With Fixed Edge
- Overall Width
Adjustable Trip Edge System
Fitted with up to-two cutting edges, most Cat® Snow Pushes are equipped with a trip edge system incorporated in the base. The sectioned off moldboard springs back upon contact with unseen obstacles minimizing risk of damage to the Snow Push and machine. A no-trip rubber cutting edge option is available in 2.6 m (8 ft), 3.2 m (10 ft), and 3.8 m (12 ft) sizes that fit all models that utilize a Skid Steer Coupler.
Cutting Edge Options
Rubber or steel, bolt-on cutting edges are available for all size pushes. Rubber edges minimize damage to the surface being plowed while steel edges cut or throw hard packed snow or ice.
Streamlined Sidewall Design
Streamlined sidewall support in addition to the large torque tube across the moldboard, delivers long life and high performance in the most demanding of snow removal application. Outside box support is designed to minimize snow cling to the moldboard in addition to providing excellent support to the outer push sections.
Adjustable Skid Shoes
Adjustable skid shoes allow adjustability of cutting edge height to maintain a constant cutting edge depth.
Profiled moldboard design rolls and folds snow, maximizing capacity of the snow push and improving productivity by minimizing snow clinging to its surface.
Bolt-On step provides safe and ergonomic access to machine cab that is easily replaceable if damaged.
Optional Back Drag
Optional back drag equipped with rubber edge allows snow to be pulled away from loading docks, doors, and other tight spaces.