There is nothing worse than crawling under a motor grader trying to change the 8' long - 130 lb + grader blade alone. Changing blades usually takes 2 people and can often lead to smashed fingers, tweaked backs and/or hearing loss due to the air powered impact wrenches. This has resulted in many, many workermans compensation claims. The Sharq Edges System will help reduce that.
The Sharq Edges System was developed with safety in mind.
The quick change blades are light weight and come in 3', 4' and 5' sections. One person can change the blades safely with a hammer and a wedge. This can take place out in the field and does not require the operator to go back to the shop; saving time and money. No loud Pneumatics required. Drastically reduce injuries associated with changing grader blades.
This alone is a good reason to consider the Sharq Edges Quick Change System.
Consider how the system cuts out washboards, pot holes and wheel ruts like no other blade.
Consider how in the winter, it's absolutely the best blade for cutting ice and snow pack.
Consider the fact that you have safer roads that stay in better shape for longer periods of time.
Consider how the blades last longer than traditional grader blades.
Consider how the cost of the Sharq Edges blades is about the same as traditional grader blades.
Consider when you operate with the Sharq method of grading it takes less power resulting in fuel savings. Up to 2 gallons per hr.
Now that you have heard about this 30 year old proven method of grading. Why don't you try it?
Ground Engaging Tools, also known as GET, are the wear parts that come into direct contact with the material a piece of heavy equipment is manipulating. Regardless if you are running a bulldozer, skid loader, excavator, wheel loader, motor grader, snow plow, scraper, etc. your machine should be equipped with ground engaging tools to protect the machine from unnecessary wear and possible damage to the bucket or moldboard.
The carbide impregnations (carbide abrasion resistance material) Equipment Blades uses is typically imbedded 3/8 into the parent metal and 3/8" above the parent metal. The weld matrix contains at least 50% virgin tungsten carbide particles mixed in the puddle not just on the surface.