RUBBER Snow Plow Blades

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Snow plow rubber: Built to resist wear, skirtboard rubber handles the rigors of snowy conditions with superior abrasion resistance. Suitable in broad temperature ranges, this material offers outstanding resistance to chemicals, ozone degradation and usability in adverse weather conditions. Flexible, durable and made of a lightweight material it can ease over uneven surfaces with a squeegee-like effect on the asphalt that removes slush and liquids to make roads safer.

Physical Properties:

Elongation: 300% – 600%
Hardness (Durometer Shore A):  40; 55-60
Tensile Strength: 1000 Psi; 3200 Psi
Thermal Properties:
Minimum Service Temperature: -40°F
Maximum Service Temperature: 212°F

Types of snow plow rubber:

Skirtboard

Versatile in temperatures ranging from -20°F to +170°F, this commercial blended SBR compound offers good abrasion and tear resistance. This material is used to control wear on surfaces impacted by solid materials and slurries. Skirtboard protects surfaces such as chutes, impact areas and tumblers.

 

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
psi
Ultimate
Elongation
%
Estimated Weight
Per Linear Foot
(1/8″ x 36″)
Features
65 1/8 – 4 48 1500 300 3.3 lb Good abrasion
& tear resistance

Natural Rubber

This snow plow grade rubber offers outstanding abrasion resistance, noise reduction and impact resistance. Formulated to deliver the ultimate in durability and long life, this material also reduces costs for high production mineral and aggregate facilities.

 

Durometer
Hardness
(Shore A ± 5)
Thickness
(inches)
Width
(inches)
Tensile
psi
Ultimate
Elongation
%
Estimated Weight
Per Linear Foot 1/8″ x 36″
Temperature Range Specifications
40 1/8 – 2 36, 48 3200 600 1.93 lb -40F to +160F ASTM D 2000 M4AA 421 F17 G21