900mm Power Float Hire
Fast & professional concrete slab finishing
We have petrol power floats available for hire nationwide. This 900mm Petrol Power Float can quickly and efficiently remove imperfections and tamp marks from fresh concrete, as well as smooth and harden the surface to a solid, high quality finish. The petrol power float provides accurate edge to edge trowelling and a perfect finish that is not achieved by hand. The pro tilt function provides pitch control operated by the action lever with quick pitch adjustment action for alternation during use. The handle is fully adjustable with comfort grips and a comfort bar which cushions your hip. This power float can be fitted with a 900mm Power Float Disc (available as an accessory during checkout) which smooths the concrete surface before using the metal blades are rotated over the surface to leave a hardened finish. You can book a 900mm power float hire online or over the phone and then either collect the machine from store at the start of the hire or we can deliver to you.
Please note: The power float should be used just before the concrete has fully hardened. If the concrete has not set, then the float will tear up the surface, and if the surface is too hard, then the float will not be able to correct the level. This piece of equipment should not be used in domestic premises and only used indoors or in confined spaces if there is full ventilation. Mechanical extraction ventilation is likely required. You can hire a 900mm Power Float Disc and you can purchase a Personal Protection Pack, which includes safety goggles, safety gloves, a dust mask and ear plugs. You can add these to your order during checkout.
Motor Power: 4kW
Trowelling Diameter: 910mm
Trowelling Speed: 65 - 155rpm
Noise level: 107dB(A)
Please note: This product description and detail is based on the model we have the most stock of. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.
this is a great float
Really easy to use and left a great finish.
Reviewed by M Barrows