Maintaining Winter Power Equipment

Maintaining Winter Power Equipment

Folks in winter climes make significant investments in snow blowers for work and snowmobiles for play. Work and play won’t happen when your winter power equipment fails to function due to a dirty carburetor. This is why homeowners and winter sport enthusiasts – and small engine repair services – depend on an ultrasonic carburetor cleaning kit to maintain winter power equipment.

The Winter Power Equipment Market

According to a report in Global Newswire the global snowmobile market size is estimated to be worth US$ 1498.7 million in 2022 and is forecast to a readjusted size of US$ 1778.1 million by 2028 with a CAGR of 2.9% during the review period.

Similarly, a report in Arizton states that the U.S. and Canada snow blower market is expected to reach USD 934.73 million by 2027 from USD 631.91 million in 2021, at a CAGR of 6.74% during the forecast period. The market is expected to witness sales of 1.7 million units by 2027.


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Dr. Rachel Kohn has extensive experience in developing technology-based business opportunities. Prior to founding Tovatech, she successfully built international sales of novel analytical instrumentation for Smiths Detection as a Global Account Manager in the Life Sciences division. Dr. Kohn’s prior positions include Director of Business Development at Photon-X, a telecom component start-up, Project Manager at Cardinal Health, and Business Director at the Medical Device Concept Laboratory, a nonprofit research institution focused on development of biomaterials and implantable medical devices. In addition, Dr. Kohn held various positions at Hoechst Celanese Corporation, including Marketing Manager, Project Team Leader, Business Analyst, and Senior Research Scientist. She has authored 37 patents and publications based on laboratory research in diverse fields such as advanced drug delivery systems, polymer films and membranes, optical disks, and polysaccharides. Dr. Kohn has a B.A. in Chemistry from Barnard College and a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from M.I.T.