For businesses owners that don’t want to turn off the lights because customers can’t get in after a big snowstorm, the Brutus HDPTO’s snowblower attachment is the ideal solution. Driven by the Brutus’ workhorse diesel engine, hydrostatic transmission, and on demand all-wheel drive, the two-stage snowblower attachment will clear tons of snow per hour and get you back in business as quickly as possible.
Here are 3 tips to get optimal results from your snowblower attachment in the most efficient manner possible:
- Plan for the direction of the wind – Accounting for wind direction can ensure that you are discharging snow in the same direction as the wind, instead of fighting it. Snow that is thrown into the wind can be blown back the area being cleared and require a second pass to move it out.
- Determine the best location to discharge snow – The best location for thrown snow will depend on a variety of factors including the size of the area being cleared, the surrounding buildings and property, and the areas where the discharge of snow will create hazardous conditions such as a street or a highway. Often times the best choice will be to throw snow to a back corner of the area being cleared to enable access as quickly as possible.
- Define the most efficient pattern to follow – Once the wind direction and the location for discharged snow have been determined, map out the most efficient pattern to minimize the necessity of taking additional passes. For example, if snow is going to be discharged to a single area, start the process from the furthest distance away to ensure that snow that falls short doesn’t end up on an area that has already been cleared.
The weather has a nasty habit of disrupting business. With the snowblower attachment on your Brutus HDPTO, however, you’ll be able to clear heavy snowfalls and be back in business quickly.