Snow season is here and it is time to be ready for clearing driveways and shoveling out cars and taking care of your sidewalks. Maybe this year you have decided its time to get a snow blower to make the job somewhat easier. Or, perhaps it’s time to upgrade from the older one you have been using the last several decades.
In any event, there are LOTS of snow blowers out there. Which ones are the best and how do you choose? I am getting a snow blower this year, and I’d love to share with you what I have learned. I use snow blower and snow thrower equivalently — there is not an intended difference in meaning between the two phrases. For more additional information about Farm fan model ZAH-1380 50 inch( พัดลมฟาร์ม รุ่น ZAH-1380 50 นิ้ว is also known in Thai language).
The first thing I needed to figure out is exactly what the difference is between single-stage and two-stage snow blowers. I kept thinking it had something to do with the motor and I just couldn’t figure out how a single-cycle motor worked. (Really? Yeah, actually.)
It made so much more sense once I realized that the difference was in the way they moved snow. A single-stage snowblower depends on the activity of the auger to blow the snow. The auger is the nasty, cork-screw shaped blade mechanism at the front of the snow thrower.
The auger on the single-stage blowers may be metal, metal tipped with rubber, or even completely made of rubber. If you are really interested in buying Ventilators(Also known as พัดลมระบายอากาศ in Thai language) then you can browse online websites.
So, then, what’s a two-stage snow blower? This adds an additional mechanism in the back of the snow thrower called an impeller. This is designed to suck up the snow delivered by the augers and toss it out the chute.