(1) One of the characteristics of the C-Blade generation body, seen here, for example, with the U 40 universal mouldboard, is the front shin which has been substantially enlarged. With increasing ploughing speeds, the wear point is shifted towards the mouldboard and this new shin design in front of the mouldboard entirely covers the wear area reducing the running costs. (2) In addition, one other detail has made a huge effect: The wing is designed in such a way that the point covers the wing. The welded seam is located safely under the point, thus preventing objects, such as, for example, baler twine from becoming trapped in the welded seams between the wing and the point. The point, the wing and landsice are identical for all body profiles.