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General Equipment Gas-Powered Surface Grinder

June 29th, 2009

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3412-General_SG24-GGeneral Equipment’s SG24/G gasoline powered surface grinder features various grinding systems for breaking up deposits; cleaning concrete, asphalt and tile; producing exposed aggregate slabs; and polishing delicate surfaces. The twin counter-rotating discs can work a 24″x12″ area. Powered by industrial quality 11-horsepower engines, it features dual V-belt/spur gear transmission. The SG24/G has a unitized, welded steel plate frame and extra capacity self-aligning ball bearing units. The operator can position the adjustable handle for own individual height. Caster wheel height adjusts to accommodate different multi-accessory options.

 

 

 

 

Power options include various industrial quality 11-horsepower gasoline engines with optional conversion to LP gas or 2-horsepower electric motor with dual range 115/230 AC voltage. 

 

  

In business for more than 50 years, General Equipment Co. is a family-owned manufacturer of earth augers, ventilation blowers, asphalt cutters and surface preparation equipment. For more information, contact General Equipment Co., 620 Alexander Drive S.W., Owatonna, MN 55060, call (507) 451-5510 or (800) 533-0524, fax (507) 451-5511 or (877) 344-4375(DIGGER5), or visit the Web site at http://www.generalequip.com.

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