New Wear Bar Adds FOUR TIMES the wear life!
Winter Equipment has just announced that they designed and released a new wear bar for their Patriot® Steel Snowplow Cutting Edge System. The new wear bar is a one-piece design made from high quality cast steel that is filled with Winter® Carbide Matrix™. Not only are they manufactured from ultra-durable materials, but the new wear bar is also two inches longer than its predecessors for increased blade life. It promises to improve the Patriot system to last four times longer than the industry’s standard steel snowplow blade!
“Our engineers looked at how we could make our already durable Patriot system even better. We anticipate that our customers will continue to see as much as four times longer wear, when compared to the industry’s standard steel cutting edges.”
Patriot Steel Plow Cutting Edge System
The Patriot cutting edge features a unique serrated design that self-sharpens to cut through even the toughest ice and packed snow. Using a blade like this dramatically reduces salt and chemical usage and costs whether you are clearing snow and ice on asphalt, concrete, or rough roads.
Here are the other things we like about the Patriot Cutting System:
It comes with a satisfaction guarantee
If you find that the system isn’t performing like promised, Winter Equipment says they will work with customers until they are satisfied.
It ships for free with all installation parts
The Patriot system ships for free and comes ready to mount with all parts, hardware, and installation directions in an easy-to-inventory shipping crate.
On-Site Support Available
Winter offers installation specialists during the initial blade change. They also provide hands-on group training and instruction when requested.
Winter Equipment is a long time industry leader
Winter has been around for more than 30 years creating premium cutting edges and innovative wear parts for the snow and ice management industry.
Winter Equipment Patriot Cutting System Video
Learn even more about Winter’s Patriot cutting system and the new wear bars below.