Rear Blade Overview
A rear blade is mounted to a tractor’s back in order to eradicate snow, dirt, etc., from the ground. It levels the ground and clears it, as well as grades roads. Fine levelling can be achieved using a rear blade as its hydraulic position control maintains the desired depth.
Uses and Benefits of a Rear Blade
• One can maintain the desired depth via the implement’s hydraulic position control.
• The tractor operator can adjust the angle and pitch.
• The blade can be reversed during back filling.
• It can be easily installed.
• Comes with an alternative hitch pin.
• Cuts shallow ditches
• The rear blade is better suited for lighter and softer materials
• Does not tear up whatever is under the snow.
Technical Specifications of a Rear Blade
• Mounting construction: Category 1, three-point linkage
• Steel frame
• Reversible high carbon steel
• Cutting edge
• Blade angle: adjustable 0° to 70° in two increments to either side and similarly with blade facing rearward
• Blade pitch: adjustable from 0° to 40°
• Blade width: 7 ft.
• Overall length: 5 ft. (with grader wheel)
• Weight: 170 kgs
• Accessories: grader wheel kit
• Compatible with tractors of 35-85 HP
Rear Blade Usage in Africa
Rear blade is a versatile equipment that is quite popular in African countries for the purposes of snow and dirt removal. African farmers can get their hands on a brand new rear blade and other such farm implements for sale at Tractors PK, which is a popular tractor company in Africa.