Abstract: A rotary snow tiller for grooming the snow covering of ski slopes, and which advances in a traveling direction along the ski slope, and has a frame; and a shaft which is rotated with respect to the frame about a first axis crosswise to the traveling direction, and is fitted with tools, each of which extends along a second axis crosswise to the first axis, and is selectively adjustable about the second axis with respect to the first axis.
Abstract: A track for a snow groomer having a plurality of grousers spaced apart, extending crosswise to the traveling direction of the track, and each having a grip portion configured to grip the terrain, and a blunt edge opposite the grip portion. A chain is connected to the blunt edges of the grousers so as to be engaged, in use, by a drive sprocket of a snow groomer.
Abstract: A cable transportation system has rails and a draw cable, both extending along a transportation path, a drive member for driving the draw cable; at least one vehicle, which moves along the transportation path and has wheels which roll along the rails, and a coupling device for connecting the vehicle to the draw cable, at least one passenger station where the vehicle is stopped and an electric machine located on the vehicle and driven by the wheels to generate electric power.
Abstract: A snow groomer having a frame extending along a longitudinal axis; ten supporting wheels connected to the frame by respective axle shafts to form a row of five supporting wheels on each longitudinal side of the frame, each supporting wheel on one longitudinal side of the frame facing a supporting wheel on the opposite longitudinal side of the frame, so that facing pairs of supporting wheels define a first, second, third, fourth, and fifth axle; two tracks, each looped about the supporting wheels aligned along a respective longitudinal side of the frame; an engine assembly of over 430 HP; and a mass distributed as follows: 16%+/?2% on the first axle; 20%+/?2% on the second axle; 20%+/?2% on the third axle; 22%+/?2% on the fourth axle; and 22%+/?2% on the fifth axle.