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Multiquip B46H90 Trowel

Multiquip B46H90 Trowel
Key Features
46-inch (1170mm) guard ring diameter· Trowel covered by 1-year limited warranty· Front access panel provides quick access to trowel arms and blades· Center mount lifting bale included· Spider and thrust collar assembly design simplifies routine maintenance· Gearbox features top quality components & large oil capacity for years of trouble-free performance· Optimally balanced for smooth finishing

· Handles available with either QuickPitch or Standard (knob type) pitch control

Multiquip J36H90H Trowel

Multiquip J36H90H Trowel
Introduction
Our popular mid-size trowel for the professional finisher. Reliability and performance are trademarks of this industry proven trowel.
Key Features
· 36-inch (915 mm) guard ring diameter· Rotor speed of 30-155 RM for high speed finishing applications; optional low speed panning kit available (60-130 RPM)· Trowel covered by 1-year limited warranty· Front access panel provides quick access to trowel arms and blades· Center mount lifting bale included· Spider and thrust collar assembly design simplifies routine maintenance

· Gearbox features top quality components & large oil capacity for years of trouble-free performance

· Optimally balanced for smooth finishing

· Handles available with either QuickPitch or Standard (knob type) pitch control

Wacker-Neuson CT36 Trowel

Wacker-Neuson CT36 Trowel
Introduction
The models of the CT 36 trowel range feature a trowel diameter of 36 inches – ideal for finishing medium sized areas. The trowels are optimally balanced, therefore they can be effortlessly controlled in the wide range of speeds. The transmission brake, electronic safety switch and engine speed sensor offer additional triple protection for the user. In an emergency situation the device will simply switch off and the handle will come to a stand-still after no more than a three-quarter turn. Furthermore, the unit will only start if the throttle lever is set to zero. This prevents an inadvertent rotation of the handle on start-up.
Key Features
Patented dynamically balanced trowels (when blades are turning) offer nearly effortless operation and maximum control at all speeds with all types of blades including float pans.
Different engine options, ranging from 4.8 to 9 hp, and handle type can be selected to meet individual preferences and job site conditions.
Variable speeds: Low speeds for floating, high speeds for burnishing.
Blade pitch up to 30° for better concrete burnishing.

Wacker-Neuson CT48 Trowel

Wacker-Neuson CT48 Trowel
Introduction
With a trowel diameter of 48-inches, the models of the CT 48 trowel range are ideal for finishing medium large areas. The trowels are optimally balanced, therefore they can be effortlessly controlled in the wide range of speeds. The transmission brake, electronic safety switch and engine speed sensor offer additional triple protection for the user. In an emergency situation the device will simply switch off and the handle will come to a stand-still after no more than a three-quarter turn. Furthermore, the unit will only start if the throttle lever is set to zero. This prevents an inadvertent rotation of the handle on start-up.
Key Features
Patented dynamically balanced trowels (when blades are turning) offer nearly effortless operation and maximum control at all speeds with all types of blades including float pans.
Variable speeds: Low speeds for floating, high speeds for burnishing.
A variety of engine options, horsepower and handle configurations provide versatility to meet individual preferences and job site conditions.
Blade pitch up to 30° for better concrete burnishing.