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V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher

V60 SNOW BLADE/PUSHER

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V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher

  • Variable pusher, straight, and angled positions allow optimal snow removal.
  • Electric over hydraulic control allows independent angling of each wing. This also allows the entire blade to be angled separately from the wings for infinite blade and wing angle configurations.
  • Floating frame link maintains full blade contact when wings are angled, while also allowing down pressure when the wings are straight.
  • Oscillation and adjustable cast skid shoes allows edge to follow uneven surfaces.
  • Hydraulic crossover relief valve protects the attachment by absorbing shock and angling the entire blade if a curb or other object is struck.
  • Three blade sections with individual trip edges utilizing eight total compression springs.
  • Middle section comes standard with 5/8” x 8” reversible, replaceable bolt-on wear edge. Design allows for 5-1/2” of total wear.
  • Wings come standard with 1/2” x 7-3/4” reversible, replaceable bolt-on wear edge made from high-tensile steel. Design allows for 5-1/2” of total wear.
  • New 10′ model available (HSBP120).

 

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MODEL HSBP120 HSBP132 HSBP144 HSBP156
Overall Blade Width (Inches) 124.5 136.5 148.5 160.5
Moldboard Width (Inches) 62.0 74.0 86.0 98.0
Blade Height (Inches) 31.0
Blade Angle (Degrees) +/- 30
Wing Angle (Degrees) +/- 60
Width at Full Angle Both Wings Open (Inches) 110.0 120.5 131.0 141.5
Width at Full Angle One Wing Open (Inches) 86.0 96.5 107.0 117.5
Width at Full Scoop (Inches) 96.5 108.5 120.5 132.5
Moldboard Thickness (Inches) 0.19
Cutting Edge (Inches) 5/8 x 8 Bolt-on
Wing Cutting Edge (Inches) 1/2 x 7 3/4 High Tensile Steel, Bolt-on
Blade Oscillation (Degrees) +/- 4
Float Link Angle (Degrees) +/- 5
Approximate Weight (Pounds) 1590 1650 1710 1770
Recommended Loader Capacity Greater than 1800 pounds

 

Spec Comparisons - Virnig Snow Blades

Easily compare V60 Angle Snow Blades (SBS), V50 Angle Snow Blades (SBS-LD), and V60 V-Snow Blades (SBV).

Name (Model)          WidthHeightWidth at Full Angle# of SpringsCylindersPositions PossibleWeight (lbs)Rec. Loader Capacity (lbs)
V60 Angle Snow Blade (SBS72)74.0"31.0"64.0"423990> 1,500
V60 Angle Snow Blade (SBS84)86.0"31.0"74.0"4231050> 1,500
V60 Angle Snow Blade (SBS96)98.0"31.0"84.0"4231110> 1,500
V60 Angle Snow Blade (SBS108)110.0"31.0"95.0"4231170> 1,500
V60 Angle Snow Blade (SBS120)120.0"31.0"104.0"4231230> 1,500
V50 Angle Snow Blade (SBS60-LD)62.0"29.0"54.0"213800< 1,800
V50 Angle Snow Blade (SBS72-LD)74.0"29.0"64.0"213850< 1,800
V50 Angle Snow Blade (SBS84-LD)86.0"29.0"74.0"213900< 1,800
V50 Angle Snow Blade (SBS96-LD)98.0"29.0"84.0"213950< 1,800
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV48)51.5"31.0"44.0"2251060> 1,500
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV60)62.0"31.0"53.0"4251070> 1,500
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV72)74.0"31.0"64.0"4251130> 1,500
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV84)86.0"31.0"74.0"4251190> 1,500
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV96)98.0"31.0"84.0"4251250> 1,500
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV108)110.0"31.0"95.0"4251310> 1,500
V60 V-Snow Blade (SBV120)120.0"31.0"104.0"4251370> 1,500
V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher (HSBP120)124.5"31.0"110.0"34Infinite 1590> 1,800
V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher (HSBP132)136.5"31.0"120.5"34Infinite 1650> 1,800
V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher (HSBP144)148.5"31.0"131.0"34Infinite 1710> 1,800
V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher (HSBP156)160.5"31.0"141.5"34Infinite 1770> 1,800

Below are various questions Virnig Manufacturing receives on a regular basis. Browse through the following questions and click on a question to see the answer. If you do not see your question listed below please contact a local Virnig dealer or call 800.648.2408.

V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT WIDTH SHOULD I PURCHASE?

There are a number of factors to consider when purchasing an HSBP. Below is a guide to help.

  1. Consider the loader’s operating capacity. For all V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher Combo models, Virnig recommends at least 1800 lbs in operating capacity.
  2. The overall size of your loader and type of tire or track. Some smaller loaders may have the lift capacity to use an HSBP but cannot push the weight of a fully loaded HSBP144 or HSBP156. Some do not have snow tracks or tires and cannot get proper traction. In both of these cases, an HSBP120 or HSBP132 is recommended.
  3. Trailer size. An HSBP156 is 11’ wide at full scoop and not every trailer is designed to handle a blade that wide. See the spec table for dimension on each model.
  4. The size of the area to be plowed. If the area is a parking lot a wider attachment like the HSBP156 with more volume will increase your efficiency (provided the above factors are met). If the area to plow is a driveway, then a narrower model such as the HSBP120 or HSBP132 may be a better fit.
WHY DOES VIRNIG USE A TRIP EDGE INSTEAD OF THE ENTIRE BLADE?

With full blade trip, when hitting a short obstacle such as a manhole cover or curb, the entire blade will roll over. Small objects will cause the skid steer to slow down and could make plowing much more disruptive. Virnig uses trip-edges with a rigid moldboard to minimize these plowing interruptions and provide safety. V60 Virnig Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher Combo’s are designed to trip in all positions.

HOW DO I KEEP THE CUTTING EDGE FROM TRIPPING ON GRAVEL OR DIRT?

Because trip edge integrity is determined by down pressure, it is difficult to properly use your plow on unpacked dirt or gravel without destroying the surface. By using the machine tilt and arms to keep the blade slightly above the ground, you will build a base of hard packed snow and ice. Once the hard pack is set, down pressure may be applied. This is the most effective method to keep the edge from tripping.

When plowing on asphalt or concrete, raise or remove the plow shoes so the cutting edge will scrape as close to the surface as possible.

CAN I ADJUST THE TRIP EDGE TENSION OR CAN IT BE LOCKED OUT?

The tension is set by the springs and are non-adjustable. The edge cannot be locked out because if an object is hit hard enough the edge is designed to trip. Locking out the trip edge could damage the attachment, the skid steer, or worse the operator. Locking out the trip edge should never be done.

HOW DOES THE VIRNIG V60 HYDRAULIC SNOW BLADE/PUSHER COMBO FLOATING FRAME LINK AND OSCILLATION WORK?

The quick tach frame and knuckle plate are connected with two pins on the right and left side that allow the V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher Combo to float forward and back up to 5 degrees. The knuckle plate and floating link frame are connected by a large pin that gives the HSBP 4 degrees of rotational oscillation. This system allows the HSBP to travel across uneven areas and still maintain solid contact with the ground. This is best achieved with the skid loader quick tach angle in a neutral position to prevent premature wear with the wings in a forward position.

HOW DOES THE V60 HYDRAULIC SNOW BLADE/PUSHER COMBO CYCLE THROUGH POSITIONS?

All control of the HSBP blade angle is done with the machine auxiliary hydraulics. The HSBP uses electric over auxiliary controls to actuate the wings. By holding down one of the electric auxiliary override buttons and then engaging the hydraulic flow detent, each wing can be controlled individually with an electric hydraulic valve. If the loader does not have electric, a universal control box adapter can be equipped to allow full control of their HSBP wings. With this configuration you cannot move both wings at the same time.

WHAT MAKES A VIRING V60 HYDRAULIC SNOW BLADE/PUSHER COMBO MORE DURABLE THAN ITS COMPETITION?

Virnig generally uses heavier cylinders, thicker moldboard steel, larger and thicker cutting edges, and built with more structural support.

CAN I USE THE VIRNIG V60 HYDRAULIC SNOW BLADE/PUSHER COMBO TO DOZE/GRADE DIRT?

No. Virnig recommends that you should never use it on anything other than snow.

WHY DOES VIRNIG USE NITROSTEEL® CYLINDER RODS?

Virnig uses NitroSteel® cylinder rods because they are a superior performing alternative to chrome plating. The finish offers improved corrosion resistance and better grease retention.

Chrome plated cylinder rods can flake or pit and destroy the seals or other internal components; resulting in downtime and expensive repairs.

A NitroSteel® rod will perform better and increase the service life of a cylinder, making it the cost-effective choice.

Virnig Frequently Asked Questions

HOW DO I PURCHASE VIRNIG SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS?

Virnig sells skid steer attachments through a network of independently owned dealers. Call 800-648-2408 for assistance in finding a dealer or use the online Dealer Finder.

WHERE CAN I FIND PRICING INFORMATION?

Please contact a local Virnig dealer to obtain pricing information.

For Virnig’s suggested retail price, fill out an online Request a Quote form.

WHAT TYPE OF ATTACHMENT INTERFACE/HOOKUP DOES VIRNIG USE?

Virnig skid steer attachments are manufactured with a universal mount to fit most skid steer loaders. Mounting frame is built to ISO 24410 and SAE J2513 standards.

DOES VIRNIG BUILD MINI-SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS?

All attachments have a universal skid steer mount. Use the recommended loader capacity listed per attachment to determine if it is properly sized for the machine in question.

WHAT IS RECOMMENDED LOADER CAPACITY?

Virnig skid steer attachments are rated to provide maximum performance and protection from damage when used with an appropriately sized skid loader.

Go here to find skid steer capacity and specs for 2015 models.

Contact a local Virnig dealer for the most accurate specs, or contact Virnig at 800.648.2408.

WHY DOES VIRNIG USE NITROSTEEL® CYLINDER RODS?

Virnig uses NitroSteel® rods because they are a superior performing alternative to chrome plating. The finish offers improved corrosion resistance and better grease retention.

Chrome plated cylinder rods can flake or pit and destroy the seals or other internal components; resulting in downtime and expensive repairs.

A NitroSteel® rod will perform better and increase the service life of a cylinder, making it the cost-effective choice.

WHAT IS THE SETUP TIME FOR A VIRNIG SKID STEER ATTACHMENT?

Most Virnig attachments are ready to work right off the pallet.

To minimize set up time, Virnig Manufacturing requires the machine brand and model to be listed on each order for attachments with hydraulic components to ensure proper hose length, routing, and coupler sizing. In addition, all hydraulic Virnig Attachments are tested for leaks and proper operation before leaving the factory. There may be specific scenarios in which additional setup time will be required.

HOW QUICKLY CAN I GET REPLACEMENT PARTS?

Most parts for Virnig skid steer attachments are available in-stock and can be shipped as early as the same day the order is received. Fabricated and back ordered parts are available with a reasonable lead time. Virnig uses several shipping options to provide timely and cost effective delivery to customers.

Check with a local Virnig dealer for replacement part availability.

WHAT WARRANTY DOES VIRNIG OFFER?

Virnig Manufacturing, Inc. products are warranted to be free from defects, in workmanship, for one year from the end user’s date of purchase.

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