How does a Snowblower Work?

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A snowblower has an auger on the bottom of it which, when the machine is in gear, pulls up the snow and directs it into a chute, where it is propelled away from the machine. There is a crank handle on the machine which is used to turn the chute so that it is possible to direct the blowing snow in any direction. This makes it possible to go back and forth (on a driveway, for instance) and change the chute direction from the right to the left, depending what direction you are walking with the snowblower. Be a hero and snowblow for your neighbors!
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It is the use of a snowblower to remove snow. A snowblower picks up the snow and "blows" it to the desired location.
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How Does a Snowblower Work?
The snowblower was invented in 1925 by Arthur Sicard. He later founded Sicard industries. The snowblower has came a long way since then, although the basic principles remain the same.... More »
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A snow blower works by pulling on a starting string to start the machine up. Then once you have it on, the snow blower does exactly what its name says, it blows the snow away from where ever you need it to.
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