Equipment Blades Inc. is the grader blade headquarters! If you are looking for grader blades or other ground engaging tools we have The Right Parts The Right Price at the Right Place. Whether you are looking for curved carbide grader blades, flat serrated blades, carbide inserted blades, or any other blade to fit your grader; we likely have it in stock or we can get it shipped directly to you.
Carbide inserted blades are reinforced by tungsten carbide segments that are brazed into the bottom edge of the blade. These segments extend wear life up to 20 times longer than a regular carbon steel blade.
The Sharq P-300 works like no other blade on the market for ice or gravel. This serrated edge blade is 600 brinell and and outperforms every other grader blade in cutting ability, road fixing, and fuel efficiency.
The Sharq P-300 is the optimal edge to take care of snow compacted bumpy and polished winter roads. It easily cuts up and straighten the white road surface and it makes grooves in the compacted snow and ice that helps sand and salt to stay on the road. For gravel the Sharq P-300 has a bite like no other grader blade. Its unique sharp teeth design easily cuts up even the hardest compacted gravel, decreasing the need to add new gravel to the road surface. The Sharq P-300 cuts easily and runs smoothly which saves you time and money on grading operations.
* Double Bevel Curved or Double Bevel Flat
* Curved 4', 6', 7', 8' length
* Flat 5', 6', 7', 8', 9', 10' length (available in top punch or center drill)
* 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 1" thickness
* Carbide, Carbide Impregnation
* Custom & Standard Serration
* Carbide Inserts- Custom Impregnation
* Custom Carbide Overlay Any Blade
This is a low-cost, high-return road compaction tool that can use the existing quick-attach ripper attachment on your motor grader, or it can use a hydraulic lift kit that works with almost any machine. This product features a true track system and a heavy-duty cushion suspension that ensures the wheels maintain constant contact with the road surface and optimally tracks with the machine. Using the Final Pass II system will help reduce road maintenance costs by 25-40%.