MBW 36 and 46 inch trowels have a new look in 2017... but it's much more than a cosmetic improvement. The 2017 models offer a flatter profile stationary guard ring which not only satisfies new ISO safety standards but enables finishers to clean and change blades easily. The guard ring also comes with a standard edger section which allows finishing very close to walls and columns. Very importantly, the 2017 models feature a patent pending "Low Vibe" handle offering the industry's lowest hand arm vibration levels. And the height adjustable operator's handle is now tool free.
With 3 sizes, 5 distinctly different models and manual or hydraulic steering, MBW LOWRIDERS cover the full range of floating and finishing applications. LOWRIDERS have been in production for over 25 years and played an important role in the pioneering and development of riding trowels. Decades of experience has resulted in the industry's lowest maintenance line of high performance ride-on trowels. LOWRIDERS are simple machines with far fewer moving parts, the industry's most reliable drive train, the highest quality components and materials. LOWRIDERS set industry standards for high performance, low maintenance and long life.
Most screed and screed bar combinations produce irregular vibration along the length of the screed bar. Not only is the concrete exposed to highly variable levels of vibration but cream levels vary from spot to spot along the screed bar. The back-to-back triangular construction of the ScreeDemon™ bar is extremely rigid and minimizes variability in the transmission of vibration.
Most screeds bolt to their screed bars. Hardware threads are compromised by the concrete and assembling or removing the screed becomes such a problem that crews often don't disassemble for cleaning or transport. The ScreeDemon™ simply clamps to the specially designed bar. No holes to weaken the screed bar. No threads to complicate assembly/disassembly. The ScreeDemon goes together and comes apart in seconds.