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Power Trowels

Trade Names: Whiteman, Multiquip, trowel machine, trowel, walk-behind finisher


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The operator makes overlapping passes on the concrete surface using the rotating blades to first open (float) and later seal (finish) the floor. The number of passes depends on the desired finish.

Who uses walk-behind power trowels?
Concrete and general contractors, landscapers, and utility companies

What types of jobs require walk-behind power trowels?
Driveways, patios, parking garages and industrial or commercial flatwork; models are available for edging and working around plumbing and support structures

Where are walk-behind trowels needed?
Trowels are commonly used on residential, commercial and industrial flatwork

What else may the customer need?
Concrete buggy, bull float, hand trowels, shovels, come-along, hand held or vibratory screed, and safety equipment.

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Let’s Talk Power Trowels.

  1. Selection - Multiquip offers five different sizes of walk behind trowels that include seventeen different variations.
  2. Ergonomics - Height adjustable handles with superior vibration dampening reduce operator fatigue.
  3. Reliability - Reliable Honda and Briggs & Stratton engines assure easy starting.
  4. Performance - Proven gearboxes with top quality components and durable spider assemblies ensure optimal performance.
  5. Control - Optimally balanced machines are easy to control and help operators achieve flatter floors

DID YOU KNOW? Marvin Whiteman invented the original walk behind power trowel in 1939.

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