Over the last several months, we have gone over the many different unique features of the Kage system. Proving how they work and how they are beneficial to the contractor and end user. There are still a few advantages left that we have to go over but those will be in the weeks coming, every Friday. Here is what we have gone over so far…
With both the SnowFire and SnowStorm models, the SnowKage is attached and detached from the blade in three seconds without leaving the cab. For SnowFire this is accomplished through the cam lock brackets. Once the black bar stock is rotated into the blue cam lock the SnowKage will not come off until the rotation process is repeated. For SnowStorm, the SnowKage is secured with hydraulic clamps. The clamps are activated by the third valve function of the loader or by the auxiliary hydraulics on a tractor. For wheel loaders, Kage’s electric diverter valve with toggle mounted in the cab directs the fluid to activate the Kage clamps or to activate the power angling of the blade.
Lately, Kage Innovation has had a positive affect on the community. From being involved with Plowing Vets to getting noticed at the 2016 Snow and Ice Management trade show in RI and the GIE trade show in KY, it has been a successful year! Thank you to everyone who has been
In the last several weeks, Kage has had customers sending in pictures of their plows on their machines and trailers, getting them touched up, ordering some new wear items like cutting edges or poly skids. If you have not called in to place an order or gone to our online store, do it now, the snow is coming!
“An expansive winter storm will bring snow and wind to the mountain West, northern Plains, upper Midwest, Great Lakes and interior Northeast through the upcoming weekend – a sharp November reality check after recent record warmth.” -Domenica Davis Meteorologist. Kage Innovations’ two in one tool combines the trustworthy rigidity of snow pushers with the versatility of an angle plow. So you and your team will be more than capable fighting this years snow season.