Now is the Time to Order Snow Plow Blades
Don’t wait for the snow to fly before you order a new rubber blade for your snow plow. A rubber blade offers excellent protection between the rigid steel plow and the road surface.
Unlike steel blades that can gouge and damage road surfaces, rubber blades protect roads by easing plows over uneven surfaces. Their squeegee-like effect on pavement moves slush and liquids out of the way to make roads safer.
DRC Has the Snow Plow Blade You Need
Denver Rubber Company (DRC) offers a variety of blades made from high-quality materials in all standard widths. We custom cut the rubber to any length and pre-slot most rubber to meet your specific needs.
Our high-quality rubber snow plow blades can be used in a broad range of temperatures, offer excellent wear resistance and are durable to handle the rigors of snowy conditions. They also provide superior resistance to abrasion, chemicals and ozone.
Versatile and long-lasting, skirtboard snow plow blades have temperatures ranging from -20° F to +170° F. Denver Rubber Company uses commercial-blended SBR compounds that offer good abrasion and tear resistance.
DRS’s snow plow-grade natural rubber offers outstanding abrasion resistance, noise reduction and impact resistance. It’s formulated to deliver the ultimate in durability and long service life.
For more information on Denver Rubber Company’s complete line of snowplow blade rubber, including technical specification information, click here.
High Quality Since 1972
Denver Rubber Company (DRC) has supplied industrial original equipment manufacturers with custom gaskets and seals, custom hose assemblies and contract manufacturing services since 1972. Our design and manufacturing expertise, innovative solutions and fast turnaround provide customers with highly-engineered custom parts for the most demanding applications.
Our inventory of high-quality materials and design and fabrication capabilities allow us to manufacture products that meet your exacting applications in the quantity you need, from short-run prototypes to large-quantity production runs.