New Holland products and attachments for snow removal

New Holland Construction recently featured a variety of snow removal products and attachments at the Snow & Ice Management Association Symposium.

“New Holland offers a wide range of solutions to help snow removal contractors, landscape professionals and general contractors increase their efficiency on the jobsite and ultimately contribute to their bottom line,” said Doran Herritt, brand marketing manager, construction equipment, New Holland.

Some of the products and attachments featured at the New Holland Construction booth included:

L228 skid-steer loader

Featuring an ergonomic control layout and a Super Boom vertical lift design for superior lifting force and reach, the L228 can lift 2,800 pounds rated operating capacity (ROC) at 50 percent tipping load, and a dump reach of 32.3 inches. With 74 gross horsepower, this skid-steer has enough power for most applications and boasts an industry-leading view to the sides and rear of the machine for greater operator visibility.

C245 compact track loader

For big jobs, the new C245 (pictured) is the largest, most powerful compact track loader offered by New Holland. Offering superior visibility and an ergonomic control layout, the C245 features 9,188 pounds of bucket breakout force, 4,500 pounds ROC at 50 percent tipping load, and 34.4 inches of dump reach.

E37C compact excavator with four-way angle blade

The E37C has zero tailswing, ideal for work in confined spaces, and enough hydraulic horsepower to tackle any job. The four-way angle blade can be angled left or right 25 degrees to allow for more efficient trench backfilling. With standard and secondary auxiliary hydraulics, operators can use a variety of attachments to maximize the versatility and efficiency of the E37C.


New Holland’s sectional snow pusher attachment includes individual moldboard sections and articulating side panels that move up and down independently to contour to the pavement, curbs and other obstacles. It scrapes cleanly down to the bare pavement on the first pass.


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