The company will be exhibiting a number of new vehicles at the event. These include a runway light cleaning attachment, a box plough and a rear mounted glycol recovery unit.
Multihog base units come in a variety of sizes, all with warm and spacious cabs with 360° driver visibility, low vibration and noise levels to offer very comfortable working conditions for operators. Together with a model from the original MH90 two of the smaller MX units will be exhibited. These will feature attachments specifically designed for clearing snow and ice from around aircraft stands and in confined areas, such as the front mounted V-plough and a rear de-icer unit.
Visitors to this year’s show will be the first to get sight of the new combi box plough & brush attachment which has been designed by Multihog’s in-house team of engineers. Ideal for operation across wide areas, it features 180° hydraulic wings made from heavy duty steel which can be positioned in multiple ways using the Multihog’s in-cab joystick. Available in different sizes, clearing is much more efficient as operators have better control of directing the snow, which is contained whilst being moved.
“The rate of development of new attachments, most often on the basis of customer feedback, makes the Multihog more multifunctional than ever, which is something we’ve found is particularly important for smaller airports with tighter budgets,” said Sales manager Tony Duff.