The Park Ranger 2150 snow blower gives extra power for clearing snow.
Height with cabin
Axle revolutions per minute
Ejection chute diameter
Feed intake height
Ground clearance below snow blower
The snow blower is for clearing huge amounts of snow. It powers through the snowdrifts with a clearing width of 1 metre, tackling up to half a metre thick snow. The chute is hydraulically adjustable so the direction of the flow can be controlled without the operator leaving his seat. Adjustable skid shoes help to prevent damage to the surface being cleared.
A powerful front auger both ingests and feeds snow to the discharge fan of the blower, which throws the snow far away from the pedestrians and cyclists. It is also very useful in locations where there is not enough room to clear the snow to the side.
The snow blower works in two stages. The auger ingests the snow and feeds it to the blower chute, which ejects the snow 1-10 metres away, depending on the operator setting. The setting (direction of ejection and height) is controlled from the cabin seat.
The snow blower is often used with the salt and sand spreader, which makes paths even safer.
The snow blower has an adjustable chute that ejects snow 1-10 m away.
Blade and skid
The snow blower has a replaceable blade and an adjustable skid.
If the snow blower is being used without the salt and sand spreader we recommend the use of a counterweight for balancing.