|Poly Last moldboard covers were originally designed for the peanut farmers in the Southeastern United States. The red clay found here is notorious for sticking to everything, including plow bottoms. The challenge was to find a non-stick material that could stand up to the harsh conditions of farming. That's how Poly Last was born.
After endless hours of study at the National Tillage Laboratory in Auburn, Alabama and testing at experiment stations throughout the southeast. Poly Tech originated the first commercially successful poly covers for moldboards. Today Poly Tech continues to produce the very best moldboard covers available.
Over the years we've found that Poly Last covers work well in just about any soil type. Black gumbo won't stick
to it and most sands don't wear it out any faster than the steel it replaces.
We've also learned that, because they have a super low coefficient of friction, it requires less horsepower to pull the same plow through the soil. Typically a 10% to 25% reduction. The results are savings of hundreds in fuel costs. Some will notice reduced maintenance costs as well as stress on their equipment is lessened.
Results will vary depending on soil type and equipment. We can, however, guarantee you will realize the benefits of Poly Last vs. steel. If you don't, we invite you to return them for a cheerful refund or exchange.