More Snow Blowers

The Bobcat range of attachments and machines for winter work has been widened with an extension to the company’s offering for snow blower attachments. Already one of the widest ranges of products for winter work on the market, the Bobcat system combines attachments such as the snow blowers, buckets, snow blades and salt and sand spreaders with the Bobcat range of skid-steer, compact tracked and all-wheel steer loaders to provide truly compact and versatile solutions for dealing with the effect of all types of winter weather.
The variety of attachment and carrier combinations provides an unmatched range of solutions for nearly every application, including clearance of snow and ice on urban and country roads; pavements; car parks; superstores and other out-of-town locations; driveways; parks; school playgrounds; sports fields and similar areas. To enhance working on snow, Bobcat also offers optional steel tracks to go over the tyres on the wheeled loaders as well as individual tyre snow chains.
The new extended Bobcat snow blower range increases the number of models from 8 to 18, ensuring the customer has the opportunity to select a snow blower that matches exactly the capacity of the loader and its hydraulic performance, thus creating a top performing snow removal tool working at maximum efficiency. The hydraulically-driven Bobcat snow blowers are ideal for cleaning pavement, driveways, parking lots and local roads. They can throw snow up to 15 m and have a rotating chute and deflector to point the snow in the direction desired.
Large capacity buckets, with widths from 1371 to 2540 mm and capacities from 0.36 to 1.53 m3, are available for handling snow. They have high backs to help with pushing snow and straight sides to penetrate snow piles. For the removal of light snowfalls 100 mm or less in depth, the Bobcat angle broom is an ideal attachment for use on pedestrian pathways, providing quick access by removing snow in just one pass.
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