The time has come for you to repair, replace, and gear up for the upcoming season; but how do you decide which cutting edge systems are the best fit for your operation? When making such a major decision, there are several different factors that you must consider. Each cutting edge system has its own unique features and benefits, so you may find it beneficial to review our Comparison Chart to see how our systems and our competitors' systems compare in terms of lbs. of carbide, WearFactor rating, and more. Below, we explore the differences between two of our most popular systems, the BlockBuster® and Razor® XL Cutting Edge Systems.
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When considering JOMA snow plow blades for your vehicle or fleet, you must first understand the unique benefits of the JOMA system. Competitors may claim to offer similar products, so its best to understand the important benefits that JOMA cutting edge systems provide. Review the details below before making your decision, then review our Comparison Chart to see how our systems and our competitors' systems compare in terms of lbs. of carbide, WearFactor rating, and more.
Should you Invest in a Single Part or an Entire System?
It's time to gear up and put in your orders for the upcoming season. You've assessed your fleet and have determined which equipment needs replaced. Now, you need to decide if you should simply order only the replacement parts, or if now is the right time to invest in a complete system to set yourself up for success for seasons to come. The first step in your decision-making process is learning about the value of a Winter® Cutting Edge System.
A trip edge is a mechanism that allows the plow to “trip” or tip when it encounters a road obstruction, so it can glide over without getting damaged.
Trip edge wear can occur when a snowplow is driven too fast over areas of the road with obstructions (like potholes or manhole covers). The problem usually presents itself in the form of broken blades, moldboard damage or heavy impact to the front of the plow.
Unfortunately, trip edge repair is often a necessary evil for anyone who operates a snowplow. In this post, we’ll explore prevention-based solutions to this problem.
During the 2015/2016 season we shipped over 4,000 system crates to customers across the United States. With each crate weighing an average of 500 pounds; we manufactured, packaged, and delivered about 2,000,000 pounds of cutting edges last season. That's equivalent to 2,000 killer whales... whoa.