Fisher introduces the new range of Storm Boxx push plows: CEG

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Angler Engineering, a manufacturer of snow and ice control equipment, has announced an all-new line of Storm Boxx push plows featuring Trace Edge technology. This technology has 2 independent feet. sections that move vertically, oscillate and move to circumvent the tillable surface. The pushers also feature a ¾-in. cutting edge with carbide inserts, making them durable for heavy commercial applications. Self-leveling side plates with replaceable skid shoes keep the advanced, terrain-responsive cutting edge in contact with the tillable surface.

Working together, the Trace Edge sections allow the plow to closely follow contours and obstacles, removing more snow and reducing the amount of ice melt material needed. With two grease locations, the operator can easily keep components well lubricated for maximum performance.

“We know our customers need to stay one step ahead in their snow and ice control operations,” said Andy McArdle, Director of Marketing, Douglas Dynamics. “That’s why we’re excited to introduce Trace Edge technology to our range of push plows, which will help operators achieve better results.”

The Fisher Storm Boxx range of push plows are available in 8′, 10′, 12′, 14′. and 16 ft. widths. A common carrier mounting system makes them compatible with skid steer loaders, wheel loaders, tractors and backhoe loaders.

For more information, visit fisherplows.com.

About Douglas Dynamics

Douglas Dynamics is a North American manufacturer and installer of commercial work truck accessories and equipment. For more than 70 years, the company has been innovating with products that allow people to do their jobs more effectively and efficiently and enable businesses to increase their profitability.

Through its proprietary Douglas Dynamics Management System (DDMS), the company is committed to continuous improvement aimed at consistently producing the highest quality products at industry-leading levels of service and delivery that, ultimately generate shareholder value.

Douglas Dynamics’ portfolio of products and services is separated into two segments: The Work Truck Accessories segment, which includes commercial snow and ice removal equipment sold under the Fisher, SnowEx and Western brand names. Secondly, the Work Truck Solutions segment includes the fitting of accessories and storage solutions under the Henderson brand, the Dejana brand and its related sub-brands.

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