ZM Industries will repair or replace any ZM Industries Snow Pusher due to a defect in materials or workmanship for 10 years after purchase date, in agreement with the following terms and conditions:
ZM Industries will determine whether a ZM Industries unit will be repaired or replaced.
Transfer of ownership to any other party at any time voids the warranty.
Shipping and handling charges for return units to ZM Industries facilities, will be paid by the responsible party.
ZM Industries makes no other warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied.
Exceptions to Warranty
Any wear associated with wearable parts such as hardware, cutting edge, shoes.
All damages that occur as a result of negligence, misuse of equipment, impact to curbs, manholes, or any other accidental impact.
Any repair or alteration to any ZM Industries pusher will void all warranties.
ZM Industries will not be held liable for any personal or property damaged that occurs as a result of use. This includes, but is not limited to, injury, death, loss of use, loss of income and profit, and loss or damage of property.
Maybe we have the answer right here. Below is a list of our most regularly asked questions answered by the experts. If you don’t see your question listed, please don’t hesitate to call or write to us!
Move more snow in less time. Adding a snow pusher to your current equipment is a one time cost. Using multiple operators and multiple pieces of equipment to do an equivalent job is a continually increasing cost. You’ll likely pay for your ZMI snow pusher in manpower and equipment savings very quickly.
We offer three main connection types- Universal Quick Attach, John Deere Quick Attach, and Scoop-in. You can check out the model features table at the bottom of the snow pushers page to see which mounts are available for particular models. We also offer Custom Attachments and can pair any attachment with any style coupler!
Each product page has a listing at the bottom of the page that outlines commonly used equipment with a particular model. You could also reference the model table at the bottom of the Snow Pushers page for the recommended horsepower ratings.