The Right Cutting Edge for Plowing or Pushing Snow

Mark Holman

Steel, Rubber or Poly? That depends. by Dale Oberg, Regional Sales Manager  It’s 3 a.m. The snow removal contractor is in the driveway of a condominium complex. He’s already pulled the snow back from the front of the garaged doors and now it’s time to move all that snow to the far end. He lowers his pusher and starts moving …

SnowWolf® Unveils UltraPusherTE™ for Skid Steers

Mark Holman

Snowpusher Introduces Class-Exclusive Cushioned Sideplates for Safety, Efficiency BURNSVILLE, Minn. (June 23, 2016) – The new UltraPusherTE from SnowWolf is the first skid steer snowpusher in the snow removal industry with cushioned sideplates that protect the operator, machine and attachment in the event of an inadvertent obstacle strikes at an angle. Patent-pending urethane die springs make it possible for the …

QuattroPlow™ – What’s in a Name?

Mark Holman

Meet the Most Efficient Snow Removal Attachment in the Industry by Mark Holman, Director and General Manager, WolfDesign QuattroPlow. If you’re a snow removal professional, you’re gonna want one of these babies. Why? Because with a QuattroPlow, you’ll have an angle plow with wings, a straight plow with wings, a hydraulic angle snowpusher, a high-capacity backdrag plow and a wide …

SnowWolf®: A Storied History of Snow Removal Innovation

Mark Holman

SnowWolf®: A Storied History of Snow Removal Innovation Need to Solution Through the Years by Mark Holman, Director and General Manager, WolfDesign® Firsts. When we take a look back at SnowWolf’s nearly 25-year history of snow removal equipment manufacturing, there have been a bunch of them. We’ve had a steady drumbeat of innovations. UltraPlow™. Tight moldboard curvature. Sharper angle. MegaBite …

Snow pusher or angle plow? How to choose.

Mark Holman

By Mark Holman Angle plow vs. snow pusher. There’s a long-standing debate among experienced plowmen about which is best, especially when it comes to plowing large, open lots. Snow pushers contain more but can’t angle or backdrag, and typically you only plow in one direction – toward the pile. Angle plows have limited containment, and, like snow pushers, leave windrows …