With over three decades of experience in manufacturing mobile shears, we know blades.
BladeCore offers the highest quality replacement blades on the market today.
Through our experience working with the design and manufacture of mobile shears, we’ve discovered great success with a specialized material called Chrome Boron which provided the best value of any blade we ever ran. A blade made from Chrome Boron isn’t too hard, but not too soft either. Chrome Boron blades give an extended life over a typical blade, while at the same time providing the flexibility in a blade that our customers are looking for because it reduces cracking and breaking. Many of our customers report a 20-30% increase in production over a standard blade with this material.
On select models, we also work with a different type of material composed of 4% Nickel which we refer to as the High Alloy blade. The nickel content in this material makes the blade extremely tough, and in many cases has doubled our customers’ production. This blade performs particularly well in the hardest of conditions like cable, rebar, and stainless.
NiCore premium blade series is made from BladeCore’s specialized high-alloy material with a 4% Nickel content. These blades are yielding an average of 60-80% longer per edge than a standard blade. Read more.
Need bolts and shims as well? Our fully stocked warehouse in Superior, WI has everything our customers need.
We work with many different Genesis product lines. We also put our own spin on structural improvements and design modifications in order to increase blade life and provide for a more user-friendly installation.
Due to an outpouring of demand for our mobile shear blades, we have many customers who have asked us to produce blades for their stationary shear like Sierra, Copex, Harris, Metso, and Bonfiglioli shears. We produce many blades for these and other OEM’s out of a variety of material best suited for the tonnage and application. Give us a call today to see if we produce blades for your shear and what blade material would be best.