ACE Torwel Rolls Out New Economizer Gas-over-Hydraulic Spreaders
ACE Torwel, Inc.'s snow and ice management division recently announced improvements to its Economizer gas-over-hydraulic pick-up truck spreaders. Performance advancements target more efficient, reliable snow and ice control in 1.3, 1.7, 2.5, and 3.0 cubic yard models.
Made in the USA, ACE Torwel's improved Economizer gas-over-hydraulic V-box spreaders are lightweight and feature stainless steel or painted 14-gauge steel construction. Economizer gas-over-hydraulic spreaders feature a quiet, durable 5.5 hp Honda gas engine with electric start. Operators can easily control the flow of material with an in-the-cab control panel that features electric start, choke, throttle and conveyor controls and adjustable material deflectors. An optional 12” chute extension is also available.
The Economizer gas-over-hydraulic pickup spreader has a quiet hydraulic drive that provides smooth fluid power, built-in overload protection, and self-adjusting conveyor tensioner that aids in performance and chain life. Each unit includes everything needed for easy installation including heavy-duty woven top screen top, 12V battery and box, tie-down straps and wood runners. Options include 304 stainless steel, 12” chute extension, replacement spinner disks, headboard (cab shield), and inverted “V” design (conveyor bridge).
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