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  1. Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum
    Original owner and I'm the only operator. I just purchased a new BOSS TGS 600 as I do every few years and have my complete salter with wiring and controls now available for sale. This spreader has the upgraded RT3 mount instead of the regular 2" hitch which makes installation prior to a...
    $1,800 USD
  2. Ice Management
    Picked up an apartment complex and had our first event a few days ago. We used salt per the contract on paved areas and Lesco 2 environmental friendly ice melt on walkways. Got a call from the town water company that we violated the “No Salt” in a water shed area. We had no idea and no signs...
  3. Business Fundamentals
    I am looking into how far certain company's would go for their client and please leave suggestions, comments or stories of how far you once went with a client.
  4. Ice Management
    We were awarded a large contract this year that includes 4 properties of which 3 are within 5 miles of each other and the 4th is 20 miles away. 1 is the largest and zero tolerance 24/7 and the other 3 are zero tolerance m-f 7-5pm. This past storm we put down over 50,000lbs in bulk on the 4...
  5. Ice Management
    So here are the questions -How many gallons of brine does it typically take to cover an acre? -How many pounds of granular to typically cover an acre? -Which is more cost efficient? (assuming brine is homemade at about .11 cents a gallon.) Lets See!
  6. Commercial Snow Removal
    Hey, so I've seen guys on here talking about how they make liquid deicier (brine) in quanities of hundreds of gallons per hour or so. Im looking to make my own in large quanities to save money but how do you guys do that?
  7. Introduce Yourself to the Community
    First ATV. Love all the post. Lots of knowledge out there. You have to crawl before you can run
  8. Ice Management
    im asking for a opinion I have a pretty big commercial lot I plow. And the owner wants me to salt his property should I use bulk salt or per bag invest into a snowe, boss salt spreader or buy a big one to use by the ton I’m located in Iowa (new to the snow removal business’s
  9. Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum
    My husband's specialty chemical company must close due to his recent passing. We have 50 pallets (50 lb bags - 49 bag skid) of sodium chloride with CMA (calcium magnesium acetate) corrosion inhibitor packaged in Meltium bags (proprietary inhibition package). Effective to -20°F (-28°C) Patented...
  10. Ice Management
    High quality bulk salt available for pickup (Philadelphia area)starting at $72.30/ton or DE area starting at $70.72/ton- also available for delivery directly to your location. *this price is for untreated bulk, we also have treated bulk (pricing upon request) We service PA, DE, NJ We also...
  11. Ice Management
    GREEN MELT Melts faster/works longer/use less/environmentally preferred/safer for concrete/magnesium chloride with organic compounds order and delivery 24/7 All of RI $83 Worcester MA $83 Boston MA $88 Westfield MA $88 Plainfield CT $87 East Hartford $94 Brattleboro VT $98 Merrimack NH $88...
  12. Ice Management
    I am looking for a good reliable, long lasting spreader for ice melt that can be mounted on my ATV or 3pt (Cat 0) on my JD lawn tractor. I started out using a cheap plastic walk behind spreader that lasted 1 year, then started using my Spyker walk behind spreader. This works well, but doing...
  13. Ice Management
    Canadian Pink Ice Melt for Sale in Wisconsin Easy to see and apply, Low melting temps, Works fast, Long lasting, Environmentally Friendly, Pet Safe, Cost effective per application. Bulk or Bagged. Trucking can be arranged. FOB Shipping location Richland...
  14. Ice Management
    how do you guys treat a freezing rain event? The best course of action I have is to wait it out, it seems the more ice melt applied more ice builds. calcium chloride seems to break the bond on concrete. but then has to be removed with coal shovels. anyone have suggestions?
  15. Ice Management
    Just interested in what you guys think about the liquid stuff. I was thinking about trying it out on some of my residential customers sidewalks and so on. So any comments will help my decision! :nod: Also what are your favorite products that you see working well? (Liquid or solid)
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