- Fisher Engineering announces a new line of STORM BOXX pusher plows featuring TRACE™ edge technology.
- The patent-pending technology allows the independent 2′ cutting edge sections to contour to the plowable surface for maximum snow removal performance.
- It also features a 3/4″ cutting edge with carbide inserts, making each section durable for heavy-duty commercial applications while self-leveling side plates keep the TRACE edge in contact with the plowable surface.
Fisher Engineering, a leading manufacturer of snow and ice control equipment, has announced an all-new line of STORM BOXX™ pusher plows with patent-pending TRACE™ Edge Technology. This patent-pending technology features independent two foot sections that move vertically, oscillate, and trip to contour to the plowable surface. The pushers also feature a 3/4″ cutting edge with carbide inserts, making them durable for heavy-duty commercial applications. Self-leveling side plates with replaceable shoes keep the terrain-response advanced cutting edge in contact with the plowable surface.
Working together, the TRACE Edge sections allow the plow to follow closely over contours and obstacles, removing more snow and reducing the amount of ice melting material needed. With two greasing locations, the operator can easily keep the components well lubricated for maximum performance.
“We know our customers need to stay a step ahead in their snow and ice control operations,” said Andy McArdle, Director of Marketing – CSI for Douglas Dynamics. “That’s why we’re excited to introduce TRACE Edge Technology to our line of pusher plows which will help operators deliver better results.”
The FISHER® STORM BOXX lineup of pusher plows come in 8′, 10′, 12′, 14′, and 16′ widths. A common carrier attachment system makes them compatible with skid loaders, wheel loaders, tractors, and backhoe loaders.
To learn more about the all-new TRACE edge technology and sign up for the latest information on the FISHER STORM BOXX, please visit fisherplows.com.