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Bartell Global Titan 78 Ride On Power Trowel,  Honda/Kohler Engine - TITAN78Bartell Global Titan 78 Ride On Power Trowel,  Honda/Kohler Engine - TITAN78
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What is a Ride On Power Trowel? 


A ride-on power trowel is a type of heavy construction equipment used to finish and smooth concrete surfaces. It is called a "ride-on" trowel because the operator stands on a platform on the machine and "rides" it around the job site, rather than pushing it manually. The machine consists of a large, circular blade that rotates at high speeds and is powered by a gasoline or electric engine. The blade is used to level and smooth the surface of the wet concrete, and the machine can be operated to move in a forward or backward direction. Ride-on power trowels are typically used on large commercial or industrial concrete projects, such as the construction of parking garages, warehouses, or high-rise buildings.


When should I start using a Ride On Trowel Machine? 


A ride-on power trowel should be used when the concrete surface has reached a level of "floating" or "troweling" consistency. This means that the surface is hard enough to support the weight of the machine, but still soft enough to be worked and finished.

The timing for when to use a ride-on power trowel will depend on the specific conditions of the concrete pour, such as the temperature, humidity, and the type of concrete mix being used. In general, it is best to wait until the concrete has hardened enough to support the weight of the machine, but is still soft enough to be worked. This can typically be achieved within a few hours to a day after the concrete has been poured.

It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for the specific machine being used, as well as industry best practices, to ensure that the concrete is ready for troweling and to achieve the best results.


Benefits of a Ride On Power Trowel


There are several benefits to using a ride-on power trowel:

  1. Increased productivity: Because the operator can ride on the machine, it is much faster than using a manual trowel. This can significantly reduce the time it takes to finish a concrete surface.

  2. Improved quality: A ride-on power trowel provides a more even and consistent finish than can be achieved with a manual trowel. This can result in a higher-quality finished surface.

  3. Less physical strain: Using a manual trowel can be physically demanding, as it requires the operator to bend and walk for long periods of time. A ride-on power trowel allows the operator to work in a standing position, which can reduce fatigue and strain on the body.

  4. Cost savings: Because a ride-on power trowel can finish a concrete surface more quickly and efficiently than a manual trowel, it can result in cost savings for the project.

  5. Increased safety: A ride-on power trowel reduces the need for workers to bend and walk on wet concrete, which can be slippery and hazardous. This can help to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries on the job site.

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