Riding Trowel features all-hydraulic powered design.
May 21, 2012 -
Driven by 74 hp Kubota Turbo Diesel engine, Model HDX 750 features automatic load sensing device, 60 in. diameter 6-bladed rotors for uniform blade and pan coverage, and Generation III joy stick power steering with independent hydraulic blade pitch controls in each joystick. Lights, key switch, tachometer, and 12 V charger are in one location. Additional features include adjustable seats/arm rests, powered spray system for retardant application, and removable steps for blade access.
Allen Introduces the All New HDX 750 (Hydra-Drive Extreme) Riding Trowel
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Allen Engineering Corporation
P.O. Box 819
Paragould, AR, 72451
Press release date: May 8, 2012
The Allen HDX 750 is a totally new All Hydraulic-Powered Riding Trowel. Packed with the punch of a 74HP Kubota Turbo Diesel, the HDX 750 is one of the most powerful and dependable riders on the market today. The low weight to horsepower ratio and reliable hydraulic components (including a patented automatic load sensing device) ensures a peak "on the concrete" performance every time. The HDX 750 is the newest in the series of Hydra-Drive Extreme (HDX) Allen® Riders.
Allen HDX 750 Riding Trowel standard features include: Generation III (All Hydraulic Proportional) Joy Stick Power Steering for easy steering Lights, key switch, tachometer and 12 volt charger all in one convenient location. 74 HP Kubota Turbo Diesel Engine Adjustable Seat and Arm Rests Independent Hydraulic Blade Pitch Controls in each Joy Stick Six Lights located on the Front, Sides and Back on trowel Raised Foot Pedals for Operator Comfort Powered Spray System for retardant application Built-In Cup Holder and Hand Trowel Holder 60 Inch Diameter Six-Bladed Rotors for uniform Blade and Pan Coverage Removable steps for easy blade access Optional Dolly Jack Transport Wheels for moving the rider on job site
Allen Engineering Corporation is headquartered in Paragould, Arkansas USA. The company designs, engineers, manufactures, and markets equipment for concrete placing, finishing, and paving professionals with a number one goal of Total Customer Satisfaction.
Allen Engineering Corporation is family-owned and their Allen Equipment is American-Made. Allen Equipment is sold through a network of "concrete-focused" dealers and rental centers around the world. For more information, visit the AEC web site at www.alleneng.com.