September 25, 2017

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Principle of Operation of the Snow Blower and its Benefits

Owners of country houses are not always glad to approach of winter. The early snow means household owners must take a snow shovel and to clean the paths. This occupation can seem to someone entertaining and even useful. Te fact is that usually there is no trace from a positive reinforcement till the mid-winter. If you are familiar with such situation that it is worth thinking of purchase of  the snow blower. You may find the reviews of top snow blower models at

Standard snow blowers represent a design that consists of the metal case, the engine, control elements, turbinal devices for collecting of snow (screws) and subsequent its rejection. There are two types of devices: one-stage and two-stage. The difference is that at the screws of one-stage snow blowers carry out directly two tasks — collect snow and throw out it to the final trench. At the expense of this mechanism, one-stage snow blowers are rather vulnerable. Two-level snow blowers are better and possess the additional mechanism.

it is equipped with a rotor which serves as a peculiar intermediary between screws and a final trench. Each model of snow blowers possesses a set of characteristics which determine its capability to shovel away the snow. Let us consider key parameters of these devices. One of the most important criteria in case of the choice making is the engine type. The gasoline powered devices constitute the main segment of the market.

They are more powerful. The consumption of gasoline depends on nature of snow cover and on a capacity of the device. Snow blowers with the petrol engine divide on self-propelled and not self-propelled. The amount of a fuel tank of petrol snow blowers makes from two to five liters. Capacity is ranging from 3 to 15 horsepowers. Practically all models of self-propelled snow blowers are equipped with the mechanical transmission for the choice of speed. It is convenient when it is required to clean snowdrifts of different height, density, and geometry.

If snow cover is minimum, then the increased speed will help to reduce cleaning time. Many self-propelled snow blowers have a system of mutual blocking of handles of the drive of the screw and wheels, therefore, the operator can regulate work of a snowplow as one hand, and the second — to change range or the direction of emission of snow.

However, the electric type is rather widespread too. Its area of cleaning is limited to wire length. Such snowplows have the benefits. Such models are easy to maintain and more economic.