HEAVY-DUTY
PUSHER SHOVELS

SHOVELS

PUSH THROUGH WINTER

Walk-Behind

Your Go-To Shovel During Storms

Stay armed this winter season with the new FISHER® Heavy-Duty Snow Pusher shovels. Constructed from rugged polyethylene with a reinforced bracket and handle, these lightweight pusher shovels are built to stand up against relentless winter weather—month after month, year after year.

Type of Snowplow

Walk-Behind

Pusher Shovels

Unique features

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Blade Construction

The heavy-duty shovel blade is constructed from ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene for superior strength, wear resistance and snow turnover. It is available in 30" and 36" blade widths for shoveling on a variety of sidewalk or entryway applications.

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Structural Reinforcement

A fiberglass pole is securly fastened to the blade with a reinforced triangular base and heavy-duty support bracket for added strength against heavy snow.

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Handle

The nylon D-handle improves operator grip when shoveling season after season.

SPECIFICATIONS

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Models 30" 36"
Blade Dimensions 30" x 9 ¼" 76.2 cm x 23.5 cm 36" x 9 ¼" 91.4 cm x 23.5 cm
Overall Dimensions 30" x 54" 76.2 cm x 137.2 cm 36" x 54" 91.4 cm x 137.2 cm
Approx. Weight 6 lb 2.7 kg 7 lb 3.2 kg
Material UHMW-PE (Blade); Fiberglass (Pole) UHMW-PE (Blade); Fiberglass (Pole) UHMW-PE (Blade); Fiberglass (Pole) UHMW-PE (Blade); Fiberglass (Pole)
Handle Nylon Reinforced D-Shape Nylon Reinforced D-Shape Nylon Reinforced D-Shape Nylon Reinforced D-Shape
Color Black Blade & Handle Yellow Pole Black Blade & Handle Yellow Pole Black Blade & Handle Yellow Pole Black Blade & Handle Yellow Pole
Applications Commercial/Industrial Locations, Sidewalks & Entryways Commercial/Industrial Locations, Sidewalks & Entryways Commercial/Industrial Locations, Sidewalks & Entryways Commercial/Industrial Locations, Sidewalks & Entryways
Level of Snow Best in up to 4-5" of snow Best in up to 10.2-12.7 cm of snow Best in up to 4-5" of snow Best in up to 10.2-12.7 cm of snow

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