Arctic Sectional Sno-Pusher™
"The Only Pusher You'll Ever Need.™"
In a highly competitive industry that’s experiencing more and more challenges, it’s essential to be at the top of your game.
Thanks to Arctic’s ingenious design, snow removal contractors can complete jobs faster and cleaner while lowering salt costs and reducing litigation concerns — all while using just one pusher. In the first winter of average use, the SECTIONAL SNO-PUSHER™ pays for itself. Other manufacturers have tried to copy Arctic’s innovative design, but they don’t come close to the quality and cost-savings of the original, superior design.
- REDUCE SALT USAGE BY UP TO 50%
- ELIMINATE FOLLOW-UP PLOWING
- INCREASED SAFETY
- MINIMIZE COSTLY REPAIRS
- WIN CUSTOMER LOYALTY
- REDUCE LIABILITY
- LOWER PROPERTY DAMAGE
The moldboard sections on the SECTIONAL SNO-PUSHER™ are independent of each other, allowing them to shift up and down to respond to uneven pavement. The hardened steel cutting edge trips over obstacles. When one section trips over an obstacle, the remaining sections remain tight to the ground.
With the patented floating Slip-Hitch™ design, just drop the pusher and go. It will automatically adjust and then continuously readjust to the pavement height, ensuring premium traction, reduced drag and optimum pushing power.
Steel Cutting Edges
Arctic’s AR 400 hardened steel cutting edges get down to the pavement for clean, long-lasting performance.
Mechanical Side Panels
The patented design of the SECTIONAL SNO-PUSHER™ features mechanical side panels that lift up to 9 inches high to glide over and around obstacles, providing 75 percent higher clearance height than competitive models.
Universal Mounting Options
It’s quick and easy to mount the SECTIONAL SNO-PUSHER™ to a variety of popular hook-up types on all early and late model machines.
Polyurethane Mounting Blocks
Durable, specially-engineered polyurethane mounting blocks secure each moldboard section to the pusher’s mainframe, absorbing impact to protect the pusher, carrier and operator. Three torsion springs fasten to the steel cutting trip edge of each independent section.