Ride-on trowels

Ride-on trowels

The BG740, BG910 and BG920 (pictured) ride-on trowels from Atlas Copco feature mechanical drive for constant torque at any rotor speed, a throttle pedal to adjust the speed of the dual rotors, and an independent, manual blade pitch to enhance accuracy. The new line features an electrically powered, water-spray system that can hold up to 6 gallons. Adjustable seat and raised foot pedals are standard, as is lighting and a lifting bridle engineered to facilitate loading and unloading. The 740 is powered by a 22-hp Honda GX690 air-cooled gasoline engine with electric start and manual lever steering; the 910 by a 34-hp Briggs & Stratton; and the 920 by a 44-hp Kubota diesel engine that can reach 140 rpm.

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