✔ Double Cut Edge provides fast shredding of debris producing a fine mulch
✔ More Aggressive wing, for more airflow and suction
✔ Require more fuel consumption due to being less aerodynamic
✔ Increased Strength and Hardness
✔ Higher Resistance to bending and wear
✔ Increased impact damage resistance
✔ Reduced weight, higher horsepower for cutting
✔ Reduced wear to PTO clutch brake
✔ Reduced time spent sharpening
Scag OEM Eliminator Mulching Blades were created with mulching in mind. It's best if you use it with a discharge block off the plate or a full mulching system (like the Hurricane plus Mulch system) Scag Eliminator blades have a high lift and a double cut edge for rapid, complete shredding of grass clippings and debris, which feeds the lawn with nutrients.
Scag Zero-Turn Mower's blades are made from a special material called Marbain. Marbin cutter blades are lightweight compared to common steel used for most cutter blades. Less horsepower is needed to turn the lightweight blades which provide more horsepower for cutting.
Marbain blades are more durable than typical steel blades, this means you don't have to sharpen them as often and are more resistant to bending, and sudden impacts. This translates to less maintenance and less cost for you and your customers.
Type: Lawn Mower Blades
All Scag Cutter Blades are Manufactured out of a unique material called Marbain. Marbain's main benefits are: lighter in weight, increased strength, increased hardness, resistant to bend or break, increased protection against damage, and stays sharper longer. Just another great feature of Scag Zero-Turn Mower blades!
Use Scag Eliminator Mulching blades with a discharge block off plate or a complete mulching system. Scag Eliminator mulching blades feature a high lift, and double cut edge. This pulls the grass up and double cuts it. This lets you shred through grass clippings and debris turning it into a fine mulch to aid in lawn growth
Scag Eliminator Mulching blades come in many different sizes, 16.5" all the way to 24.5" in length. Not sure which blades your Scag Mower takes? You can check your manual below (you will need your serial number)