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This invention relates to a working machine for remote control power brushing of snow and ice and is adapted for home and business use on driveways sidewalks roadways and elsewhere for power brushing and thus removing accumulations of ice and snow. More particularly the present invention provides a snow removal machine that is self propelled and remote control ideally suited for home and business use, because this invention is removing the operator from the whether elements it is clean for the environment because of no chemical use and is readily available for the home and business use for the removal of snow and ice.
The object of this invention is to provide a way for the user to easily operate a self propelled remote control snow removal machine while engaging in the power brushing of snow and ice and keep the operator out of or with minimal contact with the whether elements.
Another object of the invention is to provide a snow removal machine economically manufactured, durable, safe and efficient. A snow removal machine and remote control of extremely simple construction. Other advantages of the self propelled remote control snow removal machine is to be environmentally friendly using no chemicals.
A self propelled remote control snow removal machine in accordance with the present invention includes, an engine for driving electrical motor for supplying motive power, a battery to supply and recharge the electrical motor a main switch for turning the engine on and off. The carriage assembly having wheels connected to and disposed beneath the carriage assembly with ground engaging support, and a computer receiver control panel mounted on the carriage assembly to receive the signal from the remote control for automatic control, of the self propelled snow removal machine by the user thereof. A circular nylon brush is transversely mounted with extended arms powered by the electrical motor at the other end of the carriage assembly for engagement with the snow, as the self propelled snow removal machine is advanced by the user thereof. The circular nylon brush includes a transversely mounted brush, with extended arms on both sides of the brush with cables to transfer power from the electric motor to the brush mounted at the other end on the carriage assembly. A cover on top of the brush to protect from the snow.
Self propelled means the snow removal machine will have a electric motor for supplying motive power to move the carriage assembly.
Remote control means a remote with a on and off button, a manual or automatic button a forward or reverse button a left or right button, and a button to direct the transversely mounted circle brush to move clock wise and counter clock wise, and can be operated from a distance with the remote control sending a signal to the computer receiver mounted console, on the carriage assembly. The remote control can be a joy stick configuration or a configuration of choice.
Computer receiver mounted console means the computer will receive a signal from the remote control to direct the self propelled snow removal machine in any direction and direct the transversely mounted brush to move clock wise or counter clock wise.
The circular brush means a nylon brush that is powered by the electrical motor in the carriage assembly and moves in a clock and counter clockwise direction with extended arms mounted to the carriage assembly and cables to transfer power from the electrical motor to the brush for aggressive brushing engagements with the snow.