SnowEx’s SS-4000 rotary broom handles snow, cleanup applications

|  September 26, 2013 |

SnowEx SS-4000 broomHandle small snow removal and cleanup applications with the SS-4000 rotary broom from SnowEx, powered by a 160-cc Honda GXV Series engine.

Useful for sidewalks, the SS-4000 has a floating pivotal broom head with five angle settings that adjust the trajectory of snow and other materials. The 16-inch-diameter centrally-driven broom works against curbs, walls and other obstacles from either the left or right hand side, and brush rotation speed is infinitely adjustable. Down pressure is increased or decreased via a pneumatic support wheel.

User friendly controls and seven-position handlebar height adjustment ensure easy operation, and three forward and one reverse gear, along with a locking differential, helps the machine drive in a straight path. A freewheel feature enables 360-degree turning. The broom’s frame folds for easy storage, and the wheels are simple to remove.

In heavier snow applications, a standard front-mounted blade attachment can be used. The 40-inch blade attaches and removes easily via a pin system. Options include a debris collector box for catching material during cleanup jobs.

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