The low profile of the new Terex TS100 power trowel gives this concrete finishing tool good stability and provides the operator enhanced visibility of the work surface. Running off a 38-horsepower diesel engine, it uses two joysticks and hydraulic steering for multi-directional control. The electric-start TS100 travels up to 380 feet per minute and has a troweling length of 97 inches and a width of 48 inches, covering 30 square feet. A heavy-duty clutch and pulley system delivers consistent blade speeds up to 165 rpm for finishing while meeting the slow-speed, high-torque demands of float pan operation. Four 55-watt lights improve visibility for night or low light conditions, and an optional spray system helps you slow down the concrete’s curing speed.
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