The PS is designed as a single-bladed side plough for right-hand clearance with a power-flow and shape-optimised blade body for optimum snow ejection. The plough is attached to the side of the vehicle by means of a quick-change mounting device.
In addition to the standard version, the side plough is also available in a low profile design for areas with less snow.
Override security system
The automatic override security system provides the greatest possible protection against damage to the vehicle and plough and ensures continuous snow clearance. The protective equipment enhances driving comfort and increases operator safety.
Steel cutting edge:
A multi-purpose, cost optimised solution for aggressive clearing of hard and/or compact snow. Steel cutting edges are resistant to bending and twisting, giving a clean result.
Kombi cutting edge (size 50) (C50):
A more durable cutting edge made of steel, rubber and ceramic. This cutting edge is meant for aggressive snow clearing and can be a good alternative if the steel cutting edge is wearing out too fast. The combination of materials ensures noise and vibration reduction.
Extension and retraction, and lifting and lowering, are all performed hydraulically, while the PS has a hydraulic safety device to prevent overloading. Lateral forces are applied behind the rear axle, thus ensuring track stability during clearing operations.
Electro-hydraulic transport lock
The transport lock prevents unintentional lowering and extension of the plough. The plough is operated from the driver's cab.
A wheelbase of at least 3800 mm, and a clearance in front of the rear's axle's front spring bearing, is required for mounting the side plough. For vehicles with two rear axles, a longer extension cylinder is used.
Parking supports ensure safe mounting and demounting of the plough, while standard castors allow the parked plough to be moved and help the mounting operation.
A clamping device with a 15-20 mm thickness ensures quick and safe changing of the cutting edges. Different types of cutting edges are possible depending on the intended use.
- Warning marks
- Warning flags