Avalanche Plow

Avalanche Plow

Since 1998, Avalanche snowpushers have combined advanced designs with unbeatable build quality. Today, the range includes sectional edge snowpushers, hydraulic power plows and ‘bomb-proof’ box plows. At Avalanche our aim has always been to give our customers the best possible snow-removal equipment, products that will stand up to the inevitable knocks and keep giving reliable service year after year. We believe that you never regret buying quality. This philosophy will continue to guide every decision we make.

Company details

565 Speers Rd , Oakville , Ontario L6K2G4 Canada
View in map

Find locations served, office locations, manufacturers and our distributors.

Business Type:
Industry Type:
Manufacturing, Other
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
Please, visit the following links for more info:

In 1992 one of the biggest snow removal contractors in Canada faced a problem: how to keep up with some of the worst winters in the world.   As a solution they designed and built a containment plow to drag behind a tractor. They quickly realized that this invention made them three times faster than plowing with a straight blade.  They began manufacturing box plows to fit their other heavy machinery and an industry was born.

Today, Avalanche Snowplows are known for two things above all, build quality and innovation.  Here are just a couple of examples:


  • The Avalanche bucket receiver is built of solid steel plate; far superior to hollow box tubing which can rust out and fail.
  • Avalanche rubber cutting edges are made from 85 durometer rubber.  It’s the toughest compound in the industry and it’s unique to Avalanche.
  • The Avalanche steel trip edge works with heavy duty torsion springs to give unmatched stiffness of attack and build strength.  It’s quite simply the best performing steel trip edge system on the market.


  • The Avalanche Optimus™ is a cutting edge snow pusher in every way.  Featuring independent blade sections that float as well as trip, it self-adjusts to the contours of the pavement to give unbeatable cleaning performance.  [Image 2.4]
  • The floating receiver system (on 500 and Optimus models,) allows the whole unit to move up and down in response to uneven ground.  [Image 2.5]
  • Self-leveling wear shoes (Optimus, 500 and 400 models) eliminate the need for the operator to hold the box level while plowing.  These features allow for ‘drop and go’ plow operation.
  • Several features of our snowpushers are protected under U.S. and Canadian patents in force or pending.
  • Registered trademarks include: Avalanche®, Optimus®, Ledex™, Torch® and the phrase, ‘Bury the Competition™’.