System increases snow blade life, decreases downtime
Dec. 3, 2018 – A municipal-quality cutting edge system extends snow blade life and decreases downtime for contractors. Winter Equipment has launched a snow plow cutting edge system designed for medium- to light-duty trucks that brings large plow technology to the contractor marketplace.
The Xtendor® system features a heavy-duty, steel blade, available in various lengths ranging from six to 10 feet with multiple punch configurations, making it adaptable to almost all major plow styles. On both sides of the blade, the system includes a heavy-duty steel mounting plate and two Xtendor plow guards manufactured from high-quality material and reinforced with Winter’s proprietary Carbide Matrix™ on the bottom and side edge for increased back-dragging performance and unmatched wear.
“Our Xtendor system is a real game changer for contractors and fleet owners,” Ken Marvar, director of sales and marketing for Winter Equipment, said. “It can virtually eliminate in-season blade changes, reduces downtime and increases performance in the most difficult situations.”
Designed to clear packed snow and ice to reveal a safe road surface, the blades can be used on city streets and parking lots. Their ability to resist uneven and premature wear helps to eliminate in-season blade changes, reducing downtime and increasing contractor productivity.
The system comes ready to mount, with all parts, hardware and directions in a single box. The system can be ordered through Winter’s distributor system or by visiting: http://winterequipment.com/shop/systems/winter-xtendor-cutting-edge-blade-system.
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