Do one thing and do it well. But why stop at one?
The Stratos Combi Soliq can do it all—and do it all better. The Soliq combines the power of dry salt, wet salt, and brine, so you have the option to spread and spray -- with great accuracy -- in one pass. It is truly the ultimate snow and ice fighting machine.
Directional spinner system.
Places 70:30 mixed materials precisely where the operator wants it, without the need to change lanes; dispenses dry or wet material and covers one, two or three lanes.
Fold-out nozzle assembly.
Sprays up to three lanes - symmetrically or asymmetrically - while integrated sensors assure accurate dosage at any speed.
Side- and front-mounted polymer brine tanks.
Equipped with integrated sensors that let you know when the levels get low, preventing dry running.
A: One piece conveyor belt with vee shaped mold promotes uniform material flow
B: Patented feed gate with anti-clumping chain creates free-flowing material
C: Belt runs on a stainless steel bottom for increased service life
D: Idler roller is also stainless steel with maintenance free bearings
A: Five-zone mixing system ensures accurate solid to liquid ratio
B: Salt is directed through the chute into the mixing chamber
C: Brine is sprayed along the walls of mixing chamber — salt can’t stick and cause blockages
D: Thorough mixing achieved through both centrifugal force and rotary motion
With a simple push of a button or twist of a nob, the driver can quickly react to changing conditions on the roadway—easily adjusting spreading density, spreading patterns or lateral distribution. The intuitive, programmable electronic control system permits extremely precise dosing and distribution. Haptic feedback allows easy use while wearing gloves.
Optional software modules can make the operation of the Stratos Soliq even easier and more precise.
After routes are run, spreading performance data can easily be gathered and stored by the Smart Winter Care data collection software. This powerful information management system helps strategize how to optimizing resources and route planning for more efficient winter service operations.
Where intelligence meets efficiency. Driven by environmental concerns, European governments insist ice melt chemicals stay on the road and not roll into the ditch. In response, Schmidt developed a smarter, more accurate spreader for superior ice control at higher speeds.