Floor Scabbler prepares concrete without damaging substrate.
February 19, 2013 -
Designed with 11 one-piece piston Tungsten Carbide-tipped bush hammer heads that supply 24,000 total light blows/min, MHS11 Model 159.6051 provides concrete keying and laitance removal without damaging substrate below. Pneumatic floor scabbler has cutting width of 9 5/6 in. with production capacity of approximately 100 ft²/hr. Operating from single compressor and consuming 55 cfm of air at 90 psi, system includes 3-point vibration damping system and vacuum dust shroud to minimize hazardous dust.
Heavy-duty, Low-vibration Floor Scabbler Prepares Concrete without Damaging Substrate
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CS Unitec, Inc.
22 Harbor Ave.
Norwalk, CT, 06850
Press release date: February 12, 2013
CS Unitec’s new multi-headed, concrete floor scabbler is the ideal machine for concrete keying and laitance removal without damaging the substrate below. The MHS11 (Model 159.6051) is designed with 11 one-piece piston Tungsten Carbide-Tipped bush hammer heads that supply 24,000 total light blows per minute. This heavy-duty, pneumatic floor scabbler has a cutting width of 9-5/6” with a production capacity of approximately 100 sq. ft. per hour. Applications include laitance removal from large floor areas, roughing concrete prior to resurfacing and bridge deck preparation for waterproofing.
Model 159.6051 includes a vacuum dust shroud to reduce hazardous dust and maintain worksite cleanliness. Compact and easily transportable, the floor scabbler employs a 3-point vibration damping system for operator comfort and has a vibration level of 4.96 Aeq m/s2. The unit can operate from a single compressor, consuming 55 CFM of air at 90 PSI.