While spring is here in full force, it’s never too early to think about snow removal! At KAGE Innovation, we live and breathe snow removal year round, and if you’re dreading heading into winter without a real plan on how you’re going to serve your customers or residents, now’s the time to learn more about our revolutionary snow plow products.
Hey snowﬁghters! Today at the KAGE facility we’re going to talk about some of the improvements that we’ve made to the snow blade, the KAGE blade over the years. This is a series that we’ve been talking about, we’ve already gone over the SnowKAGE and some of the improvements and enhancements that we’ve made to the design of the SnowFire system. for skid steers, Compact wheel loaders, compact tractors ecetera. In this episode today, we’re going to show you one of the improvements that we made to the pivot frame, the attachment area where it attaches to the machine.
For many generations, snow plow moldboards were designed in a similar way – a curved piece of steel with thin ribbing for support at the back of the plow. Enter the 21st century, snow plow crews are now using heavy equipment like skid steers, tractors, wheel loaders and more to take on the larger more demanding snow sites.
The Kage Shadow blade was designed to increase the efficiency for the snow removal contractor. The Shadow Blade is a wing plow that can change direction (go out on either side of the machine). Combining this new versatility of a wing plow with the
The Kage Shadow blade was designed to increase the efficiency of the snow removal contractor. The Shadow Blade is a wing plow that can change direction (go out on either side of the vehicle). Combining this new versatility of a wing plow with the front blade, an operator is sure to find an increase in plowing width and effectiveness in passes. Use the Shadow Blade to not only increase the swath width of the front plow