It is equipped with nine different width options and numerous motor packages and has a direct-drive, sprocket-style chute rotation designed for ease of maintenance. It enables operators to point snow in virtually any direction, the company says. The chute delivers 270 degrees of rotation for a wide range of accurate snow placement possibility; a 15-degree increase over previous designs. A rounded intake provides a smoother surface to roll the snow into the feed impeller rather than pushing it. This design minimizes clogging and reduces resistance for improved snow flow through the attachment.
An optional truck-loading chute allows the operator to place snow high into a truck.