Usually comprised of silicon carbide molded and baked (vitrified) with a clay binder. As the
binder wears with use, the sharp edges of the silicon
carbide are exposed, further promoting as aggressive
Stone service life is proportional to slab material
composition, the resulting applied force (machine weight)
and slab hardness. Coarse grit stones remove material faster
with corresponding shorter service life. Vitrified stones
are usually more productive than resin bond types and
exhibit less tendency to load up and clog.
Stones are available from super coarse C06 to the very
fine polishing types C120 and C180 used to grind terrazzo
and marble floor surfaces.
Floor Coatings Removal System
The SCRAPE-R-TACH™ floor coatings removal system mounts quickly and easily to popular models of General and EDCO
Twelve replaceable inserts efficiently remove a wide
variety of urethanes, epoxies, paints, and many other
encrusted formations with unequaled ease. Inserts are
constructed from a construction grade of tungsten carbide
that resist damage and quickly rotate to provide eight sharp
scraping edges for maximum service life.
Lord™ elastomeric mounts allow the inserts to closely
follow minor variances in floor contours to achieve maximum
material removal. The special rubber material also minimizes
the effects of damaging shock loads to the grinder when
anchor heads and other floor obstructions are encountered.
The SCRAPE-R-TACH™ floor coatings removal system. It can be
the practical solution to many of your floor preparation
Sweep® Rotary Brush
Silicon carbide impregnated brush is used to clean concrete and tiles, remove rubber marks, chemical stains and
discolorations. Other pads can also be used for cleaning
terrazzo, scrubbing or buffing all types of tile, as well as
general cleaning and polishing applications.
Diamond Segment Grinding System
The DIAM-A-TACH™ floor coatings removal system mounts quickly and easily to popular models of General and EDCO
A diamond segment system is an ideal solution for many
demanding surface grinding applications, including small
concrete irregularities, removing debris or rubber tire
build-ups from industrial floors, and a wide range of thin
film coatings. The anti-clogging characteristics of diamond
segments make them ideal for removing thin layers of
adhesives, sealers, mastics, grouts, and floor coating
materials. Segments can be operated both wet or dry.
The unique offset mounting configuration promotes more
uniform wear patterns for the segments, with a corresponding
increase in service life over other configurations. The
circular shape minimizes the damage potential when direct
contact with a surface obstruction is made. Individual
segments can be replaced in a matter of a few minutes with
simple hand tools.
Heat treated, high carbon flails are mounted in reusable steel frames and used to break up hard surface deposits
including: varnish, paint, epoxy, fiberglass and grout.
Weight is usually added to the grinder to provide additional
down force. When used on concrete surfaces, the scarifiers
will chip the concrete from around the aggregate. The
resulting profile will usually require grinding with stones
to achieve the required finish.
Used to break up soft to medium deposits from floor surfaces including: grease, dirt, rubber carpet backing, and
industrial residues. Wire brushes can be used to produce
exposed aggregate slabs. The brushes remove the slow setting
concrete without disturbing the aggregate.
Tungsten Carbide Grinding System
Tungsten carbide impregnated wear surface dramatically increases material removal rates and corresponding service
life over grinding stones. Ideal for large concrete removal