The Multihog can handle a wide variety of different dimensions of snow plough attachments to ensure effective snow clearance with superior safety, control and visibility.
With the unpredictability of British weather, you sometimes require a rapid response to be able to adapt to a change in the climate.
The snow plough provides a steadfast solution for snow clearance and can work in conjunction with a rear mounted salt spreader or de-icing sprayer, which can be attached within two minutes to maintain your defences and reduce downtime.
|Snow blade widths||1100-4876mm|
|Snow plough heights||640-795mm|
|Blade build material||High grade steel|
|Lateral floating system||Yes|
|Spring loaded plough||Yes|
|Optional hydraulic side wings (box plough)||Yes|
|Hydraulic blade lift, tilt & angle||Yes|
|In-cab joystick control||Yes|
Attachment specs vary and are subject to selecting a specific Multihog machine model
Articulated pivot steer and compact Multihog design is ideal for difficult to reach areas such as narrow rural roads, cycle-ways or urban school run routes as well as city centers and airport head of stands where conventional equipment cannot access with ease. The Multihog’s salt spray tested and powder coated steel work is made to withstand tough winter conditions whilst the patented four-wheel drive system ensures accessibility on and off-road whatever the weather.
Winterisation is immediate by simply switching between different attachments on the front or back only takes a couple of minutes due to the quick release mechanism requiring no manual or mechanical work. You only need a standard UK driving license to operate the machine and because every Multihog is road legal it is easy to move between different locations by raising the plough and driving to the next snowy site.
The in-cab control of all snow blade hydraulic functions means drivers stay safe and warm from the insulated and heated cab reducing operator fatigue. Clear visibility whilst clearing the way of snow and ice is assured due to 360° vision and proximity to the snow blade, whereas tractor or vehicle mounted ploughs are placed at a distance from the driver due to the bonnet, decreasing collision risk.