The cutters and the impeller are arranged in such a way that work can proceed at a well-matched driving speed. Due to this matching an ideal amount of compacted snow is fed to the impeller and takes up less space when loaded onto the truck.
The cutters are mounted on elastic bearings and cushioned against impacts.
The impeller is arranged in proportion to the working width respectively the cutter. The customer can also set the ejection width on the basis of his needs and the vehicle conditions.
By means of different helical and planetary gears it is possible to match the speed of the impeller to that of the PTO. Using these gears the height difference to the power take-off (PTO) on the carrying vehicle can be compensated and the direction of rotation can also be adapted. In addition they allow the snow blower to be attached as closely as possible to the vehicle. All ZAUGG snow blowers can also be driven hydraulically.
Depending on the snow blower model the cutters are equipped with shear bolts or automatic cut-out clutches. The method of protection of the impeller depends on the carrying vehicle.
The ejection chute can be selected individually. Depending on the snow blower model it is equipped with 1 to 4 flaps in part of stainless steel. The multi-flap chutes allow especially accurate loading or depositing of the snow. The ejection chute is located to the left or right in relation to the driver’s cab, depending on requirements. The chute is easy to tilt and can be cleaned immediately in the event of a blockage. A telescopic chute is also available as an alternative for the large models.
In order to calculate the clearing capacity of the snow blower, all technical data for the carrying vehicle and the snow blower must be taken into account.
The following additional items of equipment, if not included in the basic equipment, are either necessary or possible, depending on the type of ZAUGG snow blower: Cutter lateral bearing, lateral inclination (mechanical or hydraulic), hydraulic top link, electrical controller/control devices, additional electrical valve blocks, ejection chute rotation (electrical or hydraulic), ejection chute inclination adjuster (electrical or hydraulic), ejection chute extension (including hydraulic hoses), hydraulic tilting of the ejection chute, direct ejection (revolving impeller housing), castors (in place of skids), wearing rings (on rim of cutter), front safety device.
Weight on enquiry:
depends on equipment and attachment construction.