Logic products are well
known in the world of Winter maintenance, having built snow ploughs
for smaller utility vehicles for many years, as well as salt
Logic System 20 provides
an exceptional way of attaching snow ploughs to ATVs and UTVs. These
ploughs are very quick and easy to attach, can be angled to the left
or right, the rubber wearing strip on the blade is replaceable and
professional models include a "˜break back' system which operates
if the blade encounters a hidden obstacle (e.g. a raised manhole
cover) beneath the snow. Logic snow ploughs are tough and resilient
and can easily cope with snow depths of 30cm.
For remedial or
preventative de-icing, Logic's range of ground and engine driven
salt spreaders has recently been added to with the new GDS150 model,
a 325kg capacity professional option using the same delivery system
as used in other Logic models, proven over 15 years of use, capable
of handling wet rock salt.
versatile machine can be taken into areas that would be impossible
with a full highway-sized salt spreader and is light enough to be
used over paved areas without damaging the surface. Its compact
design allows use behind a wide range of towing vehicles.
spreading 10 g/sq m on footpaths 1.5m wide as a preventative measure,
this unit could treat more than 20 km (12 miles!)
The ground driven GDS250 with a capacity of 465 litres (600Kg) is
capable of covering 10km (over 6 miles) of roadways at 6m spread
- Powered Drive models, have two variants: a towed machine with
suspension and over-run brakes to permit normal road going speeds.
The other a de-mount option suitable for mounting in a pick-up or
trailer. Both feature a Honda engine to drive the conveyor floor,
agitator and spreading disc.
The PDS hopper capacity is slightly larger at 585 litres (approx
750kg), suitable for those needing to maintain larger sites or a
number of sites, this reduces the number of refills that need to be
made resulting in less down-time. A full load (at a pre-frost
application rate of 10 g/sq m) is capable of treating approximately
12.5km (almost 8 miles) of roadway at a spread width of 6m.
PDS machines are manufactured with stainless steel hoppers. The mesh
hopper screen, the method of controlling the sluice gate and the
deflector vanes to allow salt to be cast to the left or right, are in
common with the GDS machines. Optional extras include, a tonneau
cover, disc shroud and beacon. A small hopper (465 litre) version of
the PDS is available as a special order.
in the range are
equally good for spreading other de-icing products, as well as road
grit and sand.