Press Release Summary:
Featuring 7/8 in. shaft, BlastracÂ® BS-50 can remove coatings, adhesives, and mastics, as well as roofing materials, ceramic tile, wood, VCT, carpet, and sheet vinyl. Rear wheels are adjustable, enabling user to find optimal blade angle. Handle detaches for transport, allowing machine to fit in smaller vehicles. Model BS-50 is suited for small to medium sized residential and light commercial jobs.
Original Press Release:
New Blastrac BS-50 Stripper Removes Coatings, Roofing Materials, and a Wide Range of Flooring Materials
Lightweight machine features high stress, 7/8" shaft for handling even tough jobs like ceramic tile
Oklahoma City, OK - (June 16, 2006) - The Blastrac® BS-50 compact, lightweight stripper removes coatings, adhesives and mastics, roofing materials, ceramic tile, wood, VCT, carpet and sheet vinyl. The BS-50 is easy to use, starting with its sturdy, compact design. The handle detaches for transport, allowing the machine to fit in smaller vehicles. Its light weight provides for handling by a single person.
Adjustable rear wheels make finding the ideal blade angle quick and simple. The BS-50 is suitable for small to medium sized residential and light commercial jobs. Whisper-quiet operation allows it to be used on virtually any job site, including sensitive environments. Call 800-256-3440 or visit blastrac.com.
The Blastrac brand provides more surface preparation technologies and expertise than any other manufacturer: shot blasting, grinding, polishing, scarifying, scraping, milling and cutting. Blastrac equipment is designed for surface preparation of concrete, steel, brick, stone, asphalt and other substrates. Equipment and application training is offered through the Blastrac SPARC program: Surface Preparation Academic Resource Center.
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Blastrac is a registered trademark owned by Blastrac, NA.