SaltMaster Mounted Grit Salt Spreader

Motorised mounted grit salt spreader

SaltMaster Mounted Grit Salt Spreader

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SaltMaster Mounted Grit Salt Spreader

ATV/UTV/Pick-up Mounted 12v Motorised Spreader

This SaltMaster Salt Spreader is mounted on to the back of a pick-up or other flat back vehicle and is operated by 12v supply to spread salt/grit behind the vehicle.

- ATV Spreader - Capacity 36kg / 43.5L with up to 16000 sq.ft coverage

- 12 Volt motor 560rpm / Spread width - 365cm.

- Fits most brand of ATVs and comes with wiring harness for easy installation

- Vinyl coated mounts for front or rear luggage rack.

- Easy quick-connect horizontal mount system.

- Rust proof poly hopper with rain cover.

- Self-assembly

Salt Type

It is advised that all push spreaders use clean, dry salt which conforms to BS 3247. Damp, wet, clumped salt will not flow freely through this spreader. It is not suitable for the White Marine Salt due to its higher moisture content and finer grade.


Grit spreaders are delivered fully assembled and ready to go within Northern Ireland only. Otherwise supplied in box and ready to assemble with instructions unless you choose assembly when purchasing.

SaltMaster Mounted Grit Salt Spreader

Care for your Grit Spreader

Salt is corrosive, even on stainless steel. You should wash out your spreader after every use (with water and a pressure washer) and allow it to dry.  Do not leave salt in the spreader, even overnight. When you are retiring the spreader after the winter season, make sure it is properly washed and  dried and stored somewhere dry until next use. Grease the gears (if they are accessible). Oil the wheels and lubricate any moving parts so they do  not cease as they sit for a year. Your spreader will last for years if properly maintained.

* All Spreaders are designed to be used with dry, free-flowing salt. The dryness of salt cannot always be guaranteed. Even spreaders  that have been designed to cope better with damp salt have a tolerance level beyond which they will not operate to their best  efficiency.  For best results only part-fill spreaders.