Front Renovators for Snow Cats call 406-646-7603 for pricing or E-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) us. Available in 8ft. to 14ft. widths
Sooner or later, all slopes and trails suffer from hard and icy conditions. The Front Renovator is designed to remedy this problem in a fast and efficient manner.Frequent use of the Renovator can actually postpone icing of your slopes or trails by mixing and blending new snow with old snow. The aggressive cutter bar can reach up to 14 inches down into the snow and ice layer (where your blade and tiller cannot reach). Each unit is supplied with an automatic trip release to avoid implement and slope or trail damage. The cutting and crushing action of the teeth is increased by the use of rubber spring elements that allow the teeth to vibrate and flex. The loosened snow and ice are further crushed and broken down by the tracks of the vehicle. The tiller can then easily finish the job of producing a fine-grained finish. Using the Renovator in fresh snow will help bond the new snow to the old surface layers, mixing and blending all the layers for a far more durable and skiable slope or trail. Old colder snow can be mixed with wet snow or slushy snow early in the evening. The mix freezes more readily, quickly firming up a surface for the next day's skiers.There are many convincing reasons for using a Renovator, the best reasoning being the quality of skiing for your customers. For cross country, the most convincing benefit is the time saved in track preparation. In most cases, the use of a Front Renovator will cut the time needed to prepare tracks in hard snow in half!
SNOWMOBILE TRAILS:Often snowmobile trails are groomed with a large mogul planer or drag. This leaves a very flat and level surface. When the snow gets hard, the drag cuts off the mogul and fills the hollow. The trail appears level and smooth, yet the top of the mogul is still hard and the fill is soft. The trail quickly becomes bumpy again. By using the Front Renovator and cutting deep into the surface, the trail is now of even density and will last much longer.
Front Renovator working at Soldier Hollow Nordic Venue near Salt Lake City before 2002 Olympic Games.