Motor graders can be a great choice for snow removal. They’re built tough to withstand severe weather conditions, yet deliver the speed and power you need to cover long stretches of road—quickly and cost effectively.
While the grader itself is key to efficient snow removal, the tool you use is just as critical. Three types of tools are available for Cat® motor graders: plows, blades and wings. Take a quick look at each option.
Cat V-plows are ideal for pioneering—taking that first cut after a heavy snow. The V profile blasts through deep drifts, casting snow to both sides, clearing the way for drivers. Key features:
Cat snow blades are the epitome of versatility. They incorporate a flexible U/V design that allows you to plow, push, cast or carry snow with a single tool. The operator selects one of three configurations based on the situation at hand:
It’s easy to choose a configuration on the fly—from the cab—so the operator stays productive when conditions change. Like Cat snow plows, our blades feature multiple widths, rugged structures, replaceable cutting edges and adjustable skid shoes.
Cat snow wings for motor graders are available in mastless and masted designs.
Mastless options are good for clearing and benching drifted snow, especially on shoulders and ramps. They come in 40” and 48” bench heights to accommodate different-sized graders. Key features:
The masted design excels at clearing and throwing deeply drifted snow. It features a 60” bench height and below-grade ditch-cleaning capabilities for excellent versatility. The wing is:
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There are a lot of factors to consider when equipping a motor grader for snow removal. Read about them here. Then contact your Cat dealer to discuss your options. We’ll help you choose a tool that represents the best use of your limited resources—one that allows you to meet the public’s high expectations for quick, efficient snow removal at the lowest total cost.