Peterson Equipment Company

80 East 4000 North
Hyde Park, UT 84318



  • Summer at PEC

    Though our business revolves around the winter months, we manage to stay plenty busy in the summer months as well. It's mid-way through July and we are already anticipating a busy and productive fall. Here's a recap of our summer so far.

    We spent a few days in beautiful Sun Valley for the Intermountain Ski Area Association annual meeting. This is always a great chance to touch base with ski areas in our region and play in a fun golf tournament.

    June also saw the first of our summer service schools, this one for Alpine groomer service. We had two full days of information and demonstrations about taking care of PistenBully groomers. But it wasn't all work and no play. We took to the race track for a little friendly competition, go-cart style.

    The PistenBully 100 school has also wrapped up. We'd like to thank all those that attended and participated.

    Up ahead, we are looking forward to Utah's Pioneer Day. The office will be closed Monday, July 23rd and Tuesday, July 24th. Hooray Pioneers!

  • Service School Schedule for 2012

    Ready to begin the off-season maintenance on your PistenBully? Now is the time to get the up-to-date service information by attending our Service School. We'll be holding the following sessions:

    Alpine Groomer Service School (PistenBully 400, 600, 300, Edge): June 26 - 27

    Nordic/Snowmobile Groomer Service School (PistenBully 100): July 10

    Utility Service School (PistenBully Scout): August 7

    All sessions will be held at Peterson Equipment in Hyde Park. Tuition for the Alpine school will be $100 per person, and the Nordic and Utility schools will be $50 per person.

    Registration can be submitted online or by calling 435-752-5110. We hope to see you there!

  • Groomer School

    This summer we've already had two great service schools focused on the PistenBully Scout and the PistenBully 100. Thanks to all the participants!

    Next up...

    We are getting ready to host the alpine groomer service school on August 9 - 10. This school will cover service topics for the PistenBully 400, 600, Edge, and 300 groomers. It turns out that Logan is hosting a conference at USU that same week. Lodging is getting scarce, so if you are interested in attending, make your travel plans soon.

    Registration for the school can be found from our home page or go here. The cost is $100 and includes tuition, book, and some meals. Class will be held in the air-conditioned classroom at our new facility in Hyde Park. Give us a call if you have any questions.

  • Service School 2011

    What is better than spending the day talking and learning about snow cats? Service School is a great opportunity to do just that. Factory-trained technicians will provide thorough training in all aspects of service for Pisten Bullys.

    The sessions for the specific models have been scheduled as follows:

    • Pisten Bully Scout - June 22
    • Pisten Bully 100 - July 13
    • Pisten Bully 200, 300, 400, 600 - August 9-10

    For the Scout and 100 schools, the tuition is $50 per person, which includes the course and some meals. Tuition for the two-day groomer school will be $100. These schools will all be held at Peterson Equipment, at our new location in Hyde Park, Utah. We'd love to have you join us!

    If you'd like to register, go here.

    If you plan to attend ISAA, there will also be a Service School session held in conjunction with the ISAA trade show, June 14-15 at Snow King in Jackson, Wyoming. Attendance is included with your ISAA registration!

  • 2009 Service School

    Technicians from all over the Intermountain West traveled to Peterson Equipment last month for our annual Technicians' Service School. The school was held at the Bridgerland Applied Technology College, where technicians learned how to care for their Pistenbully vehicles. Topics covered included hydraulic systems, electrical systems, new products, the Pistenbully Electronic Parts list, and much more. Models covered included the Pistenbully 100, 200, 300, 400, 600, and winch machines.

    One participant commented, "Who wouldn't want to sit in air conditioning on a hot August day, talking about Pistenbullys? I love my job!" The technicians had many opportunities to discuss their Pistenbullys with members of the Peterson Equipment Service Department, and the Kassbohrer Technical Service Center.

    Everyone went home with the latest in Pistenbully service information, as well as the latest in Pistenbully schwag. Thanks to all who participated. Don't forget to watch for next year's service school, and make sure your Pistenbully receives the care it wants.

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