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 Power Trowels, Walk-Behind

Power Trowels, Walk-Behind Products

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American Pneumatic Tools introduces a line of walk-behind power trowels.

American Pneumatic Tools introduces a line of walk-behind power trowels.

Three walk-behind power trowels—the BG 245, BG 375 and BG 475—include upgraded features, Atlas Copco says, that enhance versatility and safety on a variety of applications, from fine-edge to rough-surface concrete finishing.

Upgraded BG245 and BG375 walk-behind trowels replace the BG240 and BG370 models and feature an adjustable handle to enhance versatility, a maintenance stand to make servicing easy, and a centrifugal clutch for safe operations, the company says.

Chicago Pneumatic power trowels are made for a range of applications from small edging tasks to larger floors.

A range of products for concrete finishing includes vibration, levelling, finishing and cutting tools.

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