Scarify up to 500 square feet per with the EDCO 8″ Crete-Plane Gasoline Walk-Behind Scarifier. The cutting wheels rotate to break up the concrete. The 6-shaft cutting drum will beat at the existing, old surface so a clean, textured or rough finish is left so new concrete can be laid down. This gasoline 9 horsepower cutter will clean, grind and light or heavy milling.
Scarifiers are also known as planers, milling machines, rotary cutters or simply surface-preparation machines. This machine can repair sidewalks to avoid a potential accident and create a non-slip surface. It also removes, cleans, and/or prepares concrete coatings, traffic lines and markings.
If depth control is an issue a scarifier is a better option than scabbler. The EDCO Crete-Plane scarifier allows for a for a more accurate cut. This 8″ planer will penetrate up to 1/8″ deep, that’s 3,500 PSI (pounds per square inch) of concrete.
Considering it can loosen up to 500 square feet per hour, in a eight hour day it can attack 8,000 lineal feet. Knowing workers would be behind this unit all day, EDCO installed a standard vacuum port to enable a dust-free environment on the EDCO scarifier’s for their protection.
Note: this machine includes 78 carbide cutters and 215 spacers.