Kodiak Northwest’s double engine snow blowers are the toughest in the industry. Only the newest most up to date components are used. The two-stage blower head incorporates a carrier drive load sensing and head float option. The reels can be driven either mechanically or hydrostatically. Both systems have variable speed and reversing capability. A digital steering system allows front-wheel steer, rear-steer, crab-steer and coordinate-steer. All steering functions can be off the steering wheel or rear-steer can be on a separate joystick. Shifting from one steering mode to another can be done while the unit is in motion.

The following options are available.

  • Carrier engine horsepower options from 325 hp to 500 hp
  • Reel (ribbon) sizes from 48 inches to 72 inches
  • Impeller (fan) sizes from 48 inches to 82 inches
  • Tonnage from 3000 tons per hour to 12,000 tons per hour
  • Blower engine horsepower options from 425 hp to 1200 hp
  • Engine options: Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, John Deere or Cummins
  • Transmission options: Allison, Eaton-Fuller, Funk
  • Hydrostatic Components: Rexroth, Linde or Sauer-Danfoss
  • Cab Size: Single Man (60 inches) Two-man (72 inches)
  • Operator Position: Left Hand, Center, or Right Hand