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Snow blowers for large tractors.

Snow blowers from Kersten for tractors 3080 hp

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A Cerruti CBL1800H snow blower in action

  • CML1300 - 1.3m 280kg
  • CML1400 - 1.4m 320kg
  • CML1500 - 1.5m 360kg
  • CML1600 - 1.6m 400kg
  • CML1800 - 1.8m 460kg
  • Specification

  • Robust construction
  • Double stage operation
  • Fits on 30-80 hp tractors
  • Ice teeth on rotor for breaking up lumps
  • Light weight for easy attachment (280-460kg)
  • Working height of 0.9m
  • Hydraulically Adjustable ejection chute rotation
  • Simple operation
  • Easy maintenance
  • Suitable for commercial applications
  • Options

  • Hydraulic or manual adjustment and rotation of ejection chute deflector
  • Front linkage mounting or rear three point linkage mounting
  • Hydraulic or P.T.O driven
  • Stainless steel discharge
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    * Snow blowers can be single-stage or two-stage, sometimes known as twin-stage or double-stage. Single-stage machines use one rotor (turbine) to gather the snow and eject it up a chute. Working widths are limited to the diameter of this rotor The two-stage machine uses a twin rotor system. The first is an auger with special ice teeth which helps to break up the snow in to manageable chunks and transports it to the centre of the machine where a second rotor (turbine) then ejects the snow up the chute. The chute can be directional.

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