Snow Cleaning Articles

  • KeeGuard for Rooftop Snow Removal - Case Study

    Installation Details In the picturesque state of Alaska, the annual appearance of winter means one sure thing; Snow. Along the Alyeka Pipeline in Alaska, snow can measure as much as 30 feet annually.  This snow requires routine removal from the roof of facilities. With employees constantly on the rooftop, Alyeska invested in a KeeGuard system along the roofs edge. ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • Cold Weather Maintenance

    Brrrrr! It’s cold out there! In severely cold weather, it is important to remember that your equipment maintenance regime should be even more vigilant. Some special attention is needed for machines that are actually used during these cold months. Your lawn mower, brush cutter, and wood chipper will likely be fine sitting in the shed all winter, but machines such as snow blowers will ...


    By DR Power Equipment

  • Denver international airport case study

    Denver International Airport (DIA) serves 22 commercial airlines, offering non-stop service to more than 150 destinations worldwide. In 2008, DIA handled over 51,000,000 passengers. With an airport elevation of 5,431 feet and 53 square miles of property, Denver International Airport has a historical reputation for massive snow-fall — at times, even overnight. DIA’s snow removal is ...

  • Snow Removal from Grasspave2

    Since 1982, most of our product sales have been to projects with secondary firelanes that cities required be kept free from depths of snow (usually 2 to 3" max) for emergency access. Over 1000 firelanes have been installed with our grass paver products - with at least half in regions subject to snowfall. We have given all of the clients, contractors, and city agencies the same guidelines for ...


    By Invisible Structures, Inc.

  • Hwy E, Freedom, Wisconsin

    Wisconsin winters are notorious for the damage they can cause to roads. An example of winter’s influence was seen on Highway E, a winding, two-lane asphalt road that serves commuters between Little Chute and Oneida. Once called the worst stretch of road in Outagamie County, it was plagued by cracking and heaving during the winter months. Similar problems occur elsewhere in the region where ...


    By Presto Geosystems

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