Winter Equipment Blog

Articles pertaining to the Winter Equipment Company news, snow removal technologies, and events in the municipal snow removal community.

Land Grading: Tips for Using Road Graders

According to The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Statistics, 35% of all roads in the United States are unpaved as of 2012. That equates to 1.42 million miles of road!

This entry was posted in road maintenance, Graders, Milling Tools, Tips on July 31, 2018 by Anne Brower

The Snowplow Bid Process: Getting the Right People at the Table

This entry was posted in Bid process, Tips on July 17, 2018 by Anne Brower

Doubling Up on Blades to Extend Their Life? Yikes!

Wear life is a huge priority during the winter months for plow blades. Having longer wear life means less blade changes in sub zero weather in the middle of a job, lower overall replacement costs, and reduces safety concerns. 

This entry was posted in plow bolt, snowplow blades, Tips on July 10, 2018 by Anne Brower

4 Questions to Streamline the Snowplow Blade Bid Process

Purchasing a blade system rather than piece-meal parts saves time and money.  You can cut the snowplow blade purchasing process down to once a year versus 4-5 times a year by starting with high quality blades. 

This entry was posted in Bid process, Tips, snowplow blades on April 10, 2018 by Anne Brower

3 Reasons You Should Be Using a Rubber Cutting Edge

It’s easy to write off rubber blades. They’re typically twice as expensive as steel and are often dismissed as wearing away too quickly, but there’s more to rubber than meets the eye. 

Here are a few reasons why rubber blades may be your best bet for the next big weather event to hit your area:

This entry was posted in rubber blades, Tips, cutting edges on April 4, 2018 by Jordan Killam
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