Küper GmbH&Co.KG

T +49 (0) 234 935 98-0
F +49 (0) 234 935 98-22

Administration and Factory 1
Mettestrasse 23
44803 Bochum

Factory 2
Josef-Baumann-Straße 9
44805 Bochum

Kombi K
Kombi V

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Made to last: Gliding shoes
for long-term use.

For ideal plowing: Protects the roadway and reduces noise

Küper developed the Kombi K and Kombi V gliding shoes for all types of snowploughs which use a shoe for support. These feature a cast iron casing, rubber and ceramic or hard metal, making them far more durable than standard cast iron shoes. The materials and composition of the gliding shoes correspond to that of the Küper snowplough blades. When used together, this combination offers far superior durability.

  • High-quality gliding shoe made of cast-iron, rubber and wear-resistant ceramic 
Fields of operation
Country road
Car park
  • Very long service life 
  • For all snowplows with shoe support
Special characteristics
  • Kombi V is also available with a tungsten carbide inlay for use with the Küper
    Tuca SX blade
  • Kombi K wears evenly when used with
    Kombi S snowplough blades 
Durability skids

For superior durability:
The Küper Kombi K lasts 300% longer than
conventional cast iron shoes.


Durability blades

The Kombi K gliding shoe wears evenly when used with Küper Kombi S snowplough blades.
As a result, this combination lasts 30% longer than with conventional cast iron shoes.

  • Rubber

    These grades of rubber were developed especially for extreme road requirements. They are extremely wearresistant, flexible and elastic to adapt effectively to the surface of the road.

  • Corundum

    The second-hardest mineral in the oxide category. It is especially suited for use as an insert in highly abrasionresistant snowplough blades. Ceramic moulded parts are produced specifically for our various types of blades.

  • Tungsten carbide

    A hard metal which consists of the elements tungsten and carbon. It is characterised by its extreme hardness, which is close to that of a diamond. This material stands up to the toughest loads