Full Length HELIXX and Multi-Dimensional Tub
The HELIXX runs the entire length of the hopper with variable flights. Combined with strategically positioned ribs/angles within the poly tub walls, this promotes the best possible material flow and even unloading.
Cab Forward Design
The cab forward hopper delivers better payload distribution to reduce stress on the truck.
Material Leak/Spill Prevention
The HELIXX extends beyond the hopper and into the patented pre-wet mixing chamber to help prevent leaking/spilling during transport while providing an ideal location for pre-wetting material.
Stainless Steel Frame
Constructed of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, the frame features a unique leg and sill design to form a ridged backbone structure for greater durability.
Chute Baffle System
Baffles within the chute direct material to key areas on the spinner resulting in a remarkably even and consistent spread pattern, as well as reducing material directed back at the vehicle.
Spinner Height Adjustment
Three spinner height adjustments allow spreaders to achieve a consistent spinner height of 18 to 22 inches off the ground, regardless of vehicle type (Standard on 3.5 and 5.0 cu yd models).
Dual Variable-Speed Control
Allows for variable control of spinner and HELIXX speeds for precise material delivery, whether at low or high output. Features auto reverse and integrates with accessories (including pre-wet).
Only requires a single 4-pin wire routed into the cab to install the compact control.
The FLEET FLEX electrical system provides a consistent electrical platform and complete fleet interchangeability between all HELIXX and V-MAXX™ G2 Spreaders.
For maximum material placement and control, the spinner doesn’t blast upon startup, instead starting at the desired speed setting on the dial.
Remove a single pin to flip-up the chute, or two pins to take it off entirely, for easy hitch access and more flexible storage.
Rear-mounted dump switch allows operators to quickly dispose of spreading materials left in tub/material control chamber.
Rear-Mounted Gear Box
Easy access to motors, drives and other key components maximizes serviceability.
Offers better visibility at rear of spreader during night applications.
Attached to structural cross member, it vibrates the entire unit (tub and sill) to maximize flow of bulk materials.
Top screen ensures material that enters the hopper is consistent size by breaking up any large clumps and filters out large debris to ensure proper operation.
A tarp fitted to the spreader’s dimensions protects material from outside weather elements.
For simple installation and removal, fork pockets are integrated into the frame legs.