Get top-of-the-range productivity and cover a large area fast with this 56.7kg-capacity salt-spreader from Handy! You’ll enjoy a substantial 3.66m maximum spread-width and durable reinforced gearing.
- 56.7kg (125lb) capacity
- Spread width: 3.05m-3.66m (10'-12')
- Pneumatic Tyres: 35.5cm (14")
- Rate setting control on handle for precise adjustments
- Heavy duty stainless steel gear
- Stainless steel frame, axle and fixings
- Adjustable deflectors
- Complete with screen and rain cover
- Product Dimensions (cm) - L 85.5, W 83, H 107
- 12 Month Warranty
- Weight: 18.4kg
DO NOT USE WITH ROCK SALT.
Using rock salt in this spreader will damage the mechanism and shorten the life of the product. Refined ice melting salt can be used, but the user should be aware that using salt may corrode certain components of the spreader and reduce the life of the machine. Clean the spreader thoroughly after using refined de-icing salt.
Suitable for both commercial and large-scale domestic use, the Handy THSSALT is a quick and efficient way to to de-ice paths, driveways, forecourts and other areas where it’s important slip-hazard is eliminated through the winter period.
It might be Handy’s largest salt-spreader, but it’s nevertheless easy to push, with its sizeable, wide-profile pneumatic tyres (35.5cm-diameter) ensuring you’ll have no trouble propelling it across rough or undulating ground.
The Handy THSSALT 56.7kg Salt Spreader features a conveniently-positioned handlebar-mounted adjuster that facilitates precision setting of the spread-rate.
A heavy-duty reinforced transmission means it will cope with the rigours of intensive large-area use; while Handy’s provision of adjustable deflectors lets you quickly switch from pathway to open-space work.
In addition to ice-melts and processed salts, this model can be used during the growing-season for the application of granular fertiliser.
Included in the package is a hopper-screen that prevents performance-inhibiting clogging; and a hopper-cover that will keep the contents dry and enable you to continue work should it start to rain.