Perfect adjustment, even below zero

Snowplow

In winter, snowplows are responsible for making roads and paths safe, removing snow from hundreds of kilometres each day and spreading salt to prevent the formation of ice. That’s why they need automatic and effective regulation systems that provide them with maximum efficiency.

SNOWPLOW

Perfect adjustment of the bucket to remove as much snow as possible

Compared to bulky and expensive hydraulic systems, high power density linear actuators are built into snowplow buckets to perform various regulating functions. Using a system of actuators, the operator can adjust the tilt of the bucket to each side, as well as the elevation, to obtain the best result in each pass.

The linear actuator system can also be integrated into the salt deposits to adjust the amount that is deposited on each section of road and subsequently prevent the formation of ice without wasting material.

Linear actuators with IP65 protection

Actuators with forces of up to 6.000N

Standard voltage of 12 or 24 VDC

Temperature range up to -20ºC

Custom design of control boxes to operate linear actuator systems

Actuators for snowplows

Microlinear actuators

66,5080,50
Voltage:
12 VDC
Max. force:
70 N
Control:
Limit switches, Potentiometer
Max. speed:
14,7 mm/s

Microlinear actuators

60,5074,50
Voltage:
12 VDC
Max. force:
70 N
Control:
Limit switches, Potentiometer
Max. speed:
14,7 mm/s

Linear actuators

175,00190,00
Voltage:
24 VDC
Max. force:
2.500 N
Control:
Digital Encoder, Limit switches, Potentiometer
Max. speed:
3,5 mm/s

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