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kiotisnowblower_smallKioti Tractor is pleased to announce the expansion of their popular implement and attachment lines. The newest addition to these lines include three front mount snowblower models.


August 22, 2011
By Kioti Tractor

Kioti Tractor is pleased to announce the expansion of their popular
implement and attachment lines. The newest addition to these lines
include three front-mounted snowblower models.

The new implements are designed to fit Kioti’s entire CK line of compact
tractors ranging from 20 to 35 HP, as well as their DKSE models
in the 40 to 50 HP range. All of the new front-mount
snowblowers are powered off the tractor’s mid-mount PTO and are secured
to a special sub-frame that includes a quick attachment system, giving
the operator optimal flexibility and enhanced productivity. Adjustable
lateral skid shoes are standard on the KS66-220FM and KS72-220FM, while
offered as an option on the smaller KS54-180FM model.
 
These productive, two-stage snow movers are available in three operating
widths – 54, 66 and 72 inches – to suit a combination of applications and
to fit a wide-range of tractors. Centre-balanced 14- or 15-inch diameter
augers move snow quickly and effortlessly to a centrepoint discharge
window, where a high-speed, four-blade fan moves it directly to the
discharge chute. Reversible/replaceable carbon steel cutting edges are
standard on the larger models.
 
The discharge chute itself is hydraulically driven. This
smooth-operating chute rotates up to 282 degrees, giving the operator a
wide range of discharge options. The chute rotates on a high modulus
polyethylene bushing that provides smooth, long-lasting operation. The
chute discharge deflection angle may be manually adjusted.  This is a
standard feature on all three models. Both hydraulic and electric
deflectors, controlled at the operator station, are available as
options.  The latter is powered by the DC electrical system of the
tractor.

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