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Snow
Overview
Move High Volumes of Snow
 
Degelman's patented Speedblade™ is the perfect snow contractor tool. It's designed so you can hydraulically open the blade to its maximum width for small and large snow drifts or fold the wings in to move and contain high volumes of snow.
 
It's easy to transport-the wings fold back so you can put it on a trailer without detaching the blade. It's highly maneuverable-you can get in and out of tight spaces easily. And it's made to move volumes of snow, quickly, easily.
 
 
High Visibility
We designed the Speedblade® with a low profile so the operator can have the highest visibility as possible. So you can see what's going on in front of you for increased safety, accuracy and efficiency. Even the optional snow/silage extensions are designed with visibility and performance in mind.
 
Move Snow 5x Faster
With the ability to position the wings wide-up to 15' wide-you can use your skid steer loader to move snow five times faster than a conventional plow alone. And with the option to hydraulically put the wings at whatever angle you want, you can change the width as you go depending on snow fall and how much room you have to maneuver.
 
High Maneuverability
The Speedblade® is as maneuverable as your skid steer itself. In fact, you can position the blade small enough to go through spaces only a few inches wider than your skid steer. So whether it's big parking lots, sidewalks or industrial yards, you can change the width on the fly depending on the job and dart around the site quickly and easily. Available in 15' width.
 
 
Control the Snow Better
When a regular straight blade or bucket plows heavy drifts, the snow trails easily off the sides and you have to do more passes. With the Degelman Speedblade®, you can hydraulically move the blades into a U position so you can cup, contain and direct the snow even in tight spots. This way you can move a higher volume of snow with less passes and trail-off. Plus, you can easily pile the snow as high as your machine can reach.
 
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