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Considerations when renting a scarifier
Scarifiers are very common in the concrete industry as they provide you with the capability to remove concrete more efficiently and quickly than with common grinders. They also go by several other names including milling machines and surface planers. The scarifiers make use of cutting wheels. They spin at high speeds so it can make short work of many different concrete surfaces.

These pieces of equipment are used in many different types of settings thanks to the designs of the machine. They are helpful in a variety of locations and for different purposes. They can help with milling, grooving walkways, removing trip hazards that might be on a sidewalk or a path, remove coatings, and much more.
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EDCO CPM-8 Scarifier

Features: 8" working width will scarify approximately 350-500 sq ft per hour at a depth per pass of 1/8" Removes traffic lines at 800-1,000 lineal feet per hour Power source over d ...
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This lightweight machine to easily manipulate 175-250 square feet of concrete with the EDCO Electric Single-Phase Walk-Behind Concrete Floor Scarifier. The cutting wheels rotate to break up the concre ...
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The EDCO 10" Self Propelled 10 HP Electric 230 Volt Scarifier cuts into uneven flooring for unspeakable results. The 10" width scarifier blade is ideal to free at least 500 square feet of fl ...
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EDCO CPM10 Walk-Behind Scarifier

Description: The EDCO 10 Walk-Behind Scarifier has a 10" working width and will scarify approximately 500-700 sq ft per hour at a depth per pass of 1/8". Features: 10" working ...
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Use the Metabo RF14-115 hand-held scarifier for effective removal of plaster, adhesive residues, soft screed and old paint from walls, ceilings and floors. This scarifier also features a three-level r ...
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Smith FS 351Self-Propelled Surfacer,

The SMITH FS351 Self-Propelled Surfacer is designed to make short work of removal jobs large or small. This powerhouse will prepare floor surfaces with controlled surface finishes from CSP3–CSP1 ...
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Cut deep into those much needed floor repairs with the EDCO Gasoline 20 HP Self-Propelled Scarifier. For those tighter fits use the 10" width Scarifier to loosen up to 750 square feet per hour.&n ...
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EDCO CPU-10 Self-Propelled Electric Scarifier

Description: The 10" Self-Propelled Scarifier is ideal for parking deck and road repairs, factory floor preparation or cleaning, and repairing mall floors. Features: 10" working widt ...
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Features of scarifiers

The machines will often be able to work with a variety of different attachments as well. These various assemblies can help the contractor to complete a wide range of different types of jobs. You can choose from machines that are manual push and that you walk behind and push, or those that are walk-behind and self-propelled. This latter option is very easy to use, but even the ones that you walk behind are not overly difficult to operate. They merely take more manual power.

The size and type of the machine will dictate how much square footage you will be capable of covering in the span of an hour, on average. This will likely be something that the contractors will want to factor into the equation when they are trying to determine which item they would like to rent.

The walk-behind models will generally be capable of covering between 350 to 1,500 square feet depending on the model you choose. Naturally, there are variances between the horsepower and the machine size that will have an effect on how much the contractor is able to do in a given period.

The scarifiers will often have a number of options available. There are different types of cutters, including premium grades, varying diameters, widths, the number of cutting teeth, and a variety of tip styles. For example, you could choose from sharp teeth or flat, somewhat blunt teeth, as well as angled teeth.

Scarifier Manufacturers

A number of companies offer scarifiers today including CS Unitec Inc., Marindus Co. Inc, and PowerBoss. When you are making your choice for rental, be sure to consider the scope and size of your project before choosing an option.

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