Sno Kontrol Expanding Rear Snow Plow
Sno Kontrol announces the latest in rear plow technology. The new 16 foot
rear plow will increase the speed and efficiency of your truck. Imagine
being able to clear a 16 foot path in a single swipe.
Two Plows are better than one! The Daniels Pull Plow doesn't replace your
front-mounted plow - it complements it by cleanly removing snow and ice
from those hard-to-plow areas that your front mounted plow simply isn't
designed to efficiently handle. Thanks to 2,000 lbs. of downward hydraulic
pressure, residential driveways, loading dock areas and circle drives are
cleared in record time - right down to the pavement! Since your snow
removal actions are alwasys done while moving forward, it's much safter
than backdragging snow into a croweded, busy street!
EXTREME CONDITIONS - JD 8210T SOUND - RICE PLOUGHING in Italy 2014
Il clima e la piovosità eccezionale di questo inverno non hanno consentito
lavorazioni, o meglio, arature, in risaia. Ci si ritrova nel periodo di
fine inverno a non riuscire a lavorare per l'eccessiva presenza di acqua in
campo: fra le tante aziende con molti ettari da lavorare c'è chi sceglie
di provare a entrare, anche se non senza sforzi, ottenendo dei risultati
discreti (viste le condizioni) per la preparazione alla semina del riso. In
risaia certi trattamenti al terreno si possono fare, perché la terra non
ne risente pesantemente come per le altre colture e il riso non ha
difficoltà di sviluppo ed è in grado di crescere bene anche in terreni
malamente lavorati. I mezzi però, in condizioni di bagnato estremo,
vengono messi a dura prova. In questo caso è un cingolato John Deere 8210T
ad arare entro solco su terra molle. Il John Deere sviluppa una potenza
nominale di 215 cv, grazie al suo motore John Deere 6 cil. in line da 8148
cc di cilindrata. L'aratro impiegato è un 4+2 vomeri Lemken Vari-Opal 9,
che lavora ad una profondità di 23-25 cm. La velocità di lavoro è molto
variabile: da punti in cui l'avanzamento può ridursi fino a 1-2 km/h se
non meno, si può ad arrivare anche in tratti dove il mezzo va via liscio
anche a 8-9 km/h.
Data: Giovedì 20 - 02 - 2014
Località: Barengo (No).
Snow Plowing with a 16' Ebling rear plow
Footage of an Ebling back blade plowing a couple of parking lots.
-Made by Ebling and Son Blacksmith of Grand Rapids, MI
-16' wide when fully opened
-Wings open 95 degrees to allow for windrowing
-Quick hookup to new rear hitch (no ugly bumper)
-All electric (no noisy Honda box)
-Built to shear bolts instead of bending or breaking important components
2003 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
6.0L Vortec V8
New Holland TM140 with 9 furrow Rumptstad WE-9 ECO-plough / ploeg
Ploegen met een New Holland TM140 en een Rumptstad WE-9 9 schaar ECO-ploeg
van Mts. van Dis uit Oudemolen.
Ploughing using a New Holland TM140 with a 9 furrow Rumptstad WE-9
ECO-plough, from Mts. van Dis of Oudemolen (NL)
Pflügen mit einem New Holland TM140 mit 9 Furche Rumptstad WE-9 ECO-Pflug
von Mts. van Dis aus Oudemolen (NL).
(HD) PanAm Railways Snow Plow Extra and an Empty Oil Train
*Watch in HD*
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2/10/2013 (Day After Blizzard Nemo)
This was a tricky chase! I didn't know where to start... I heard this plow
extra was on its way to Brunswick on the scanner. When we got to Brunswick,
they said on the scanner they were going back west. That worried me a bit
because when I heard that, we were still on the Interstate and didn't know
if we'd make it in time. We made it to Grant Road with a few minutes to
spare. After Grant Road, it got a bit harder becasue I am not too familiar
with the Brunswick/Freeport area. The traffic was slow through there which
made it harder to keep up, too. We caught up to it again at Mill Road and
had seconds to spare! After that, we went to Intervale Road where we met
the Empty Oil Train.
*Note: Mill Road was shaky becasue we made it as soon as the crossing
At Intervale Road, the Empty Oil Train took the mainline and passed the
snow plow that was on the siding. The plow came through after the oil train
The second location is Mill Road in North Yarmouth, ME and the third is
Intervale Road in New Gloucester, ME.
*Thank you to my dad for driving me around and helping take some video
while I took photos. He took the video at Mill Road and Intervale Road
(Locations at 0:50 & 1:20 in the video) while I took pictures
ploughing the maize field. part 1
This video is one of many I have filmed showing life on our small family
run dairy farm in Gloucestershire, England.
Visit my youtube channel to see further videos of life on the farm through
You can watch part 2 of this video by clicking here
AMAZING TRAINS SNOW PLOW(NEW 2014) - LOCOMOTIVE MONSTER coming through deep snow
Now this looks like one powerful train - I wouldn't want to be anywhere in
the vicinity when this monster is coming through. It runs through the snow
with no problem at all.
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Please be careful on the roads! Never consume alcoholic beverages before
driving. This is the most frequent cause of serious accidents. If you
drink, use a non-drinking designated driver, a taxi, or sleep over.
Follow street signs and traffic lights, but use your judgment too. Don't
try to beat red lights. And expect others to try to do so, so give them
time to go through, particularly trucks that have trouble slowing down.
Always stay at a safe distance from other vehicles. A general rule is the
farther you are from them, the safer you are.
When you try to run a red light, there are many grave hazards. You take the
risk that someone will turn in front of you (thinking that you must be
stopping). Or, when the light changes, someone will pull out from the side
and into your path. Or, a pedestrian (perhaps a child) will step out into
the crosswalk on the far side. You are probably speeding and are committed
to running the light, so the accident will be a severe one. The resulting
carnage will be your fault, and you will have to live with it for the rest
of your life. Keep in mind here that, it is exceptionally difficult for the
other driver, when looking at your vehicle head on, whether your are about
to accelerate, stop, or even how fast you are going.
Back Drag Snow Plow Blade Demonstration
Demonstration of how to use a newly invented snow plow blade attachment for
back dragging snow - to get neat and easy edges and to clean the snow all
the way to the pavement.