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Winter Equipment Offers Razor XL Carbide Insert Snowplow Cutting Edge System


Winter Equipment, an established name in the municipal snow and ice management industry, offers its Razor® XL carbide insert snowplow cutting edge system with superior cutting and long blade life.

Rated for department of transportation systems, the Razor® XL system includes three interlocking Razor XL cutting edges that have pre-welded wear bars and abrasion-resistant covers. A HammerHead® carbide radius tip offers 30% more carbide and allows for premium performance on multiple attack angles. An integrated, heat-treated, steel cover protects from impact and is welded on for easy installation.

On both sides of the cutting edge, the system includes a heavy-duty steel adaptor plate and two Winter PlowGuards manufactured from high-quality material and reinforced with Winter’s proprietary Carbide Matrix™ on the bottom and side edge to defend against uneven and premature wear.

“Our Razor XL blade system carries a wear factor of 3X, which means it lasts three times longer than standard carbide blades,” Kent Winter, founder and CEO of Winter Equipment, says. “The Razor XL’s three-piece blade sections provide a safe option to replace dangerous, full-length cutting edges.”

Designed to clear packed snow and ice to reveal a safe road surface with minimal salt and chemical treatment, the aggressive blades can be used on city streets, rural roads, and parking lots.

Shipped free, the system comes ready to mount, with all parts, hardware, and installation directions in a single box. The system can be ordered through Winter’s distributor system or by visiting the website.

Additionally, Winter Equipment’s Razor XL system comes with a satisfaction guarantee, ensuring that if the product’s wear system does not perform or last as long as promised, the company will work until its customers are satisfied.

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