The SC300P Floor Scarifier is specifically designed for medium to large jobs requiring a 300mm cutting width.
High-strength construction with full welded 10mm steel housing and 6mm frame used for demanding working environments.
Applications include: Planing or keying concrete; Removal of stone roofing material, painted lines, soiling and grease; De-scaling and removal of paint, vinyl and other coatings from concrete and steel floors; Preparation of floors for painting and re-surfacing.
Ease of use, reliability and efficient maintenance without special tools are key attributes of the SC300P.
The SC300P Scarifier is equipped with a 6.3kW (8,4hp) GX270QXC Honda petrol motor with spare parts readily available.
The motor comes with a cyclone air cleaner.
Heavy structure with ergonomic layout and components result in better productivity with less operator fatigue.
Auxiliary vacuum system can be coupled to exhaust port for dust extraction
Simple tensioning and locking system for drive belts.
3 x V-Belt Drive System (2 belts are sufficient, the 3rd belt acts as a fail-sage backup).
Robust, pivoting fine height adjustment system for precise cut-depth control with 0.75mm accuracy and position lock.
Fine adjustment handle can be locked in position to avoid changes to the setting due to vibration.
The fine adjustment housing contains a taper and roller bearing system to make adjustment effortless.
A rubber skirt protects the operator form scarified concrete and particles.
The rotor assembly consists of 6 hardened shafts with 72 tungsten-carbide cutting flails to supply an effective cut width of 306mm. Maintenance of the rotor assembly is made easy with removable bearing caps. Bearings can be removed from the caps without a Puller/ bearing extractor.
Housing caps on either side of the housing allow for flail shafts and cutting flails to be replaced without removing the entire rotor.
A Deadman safety switch cuts the motor when released by the operator.
A handle is situated along the front of the machine for easy lifting during transport and movement between work areas.
Heavy duty caster wheels with high-performance bearings are installed for machine load support, maneuverability and to accommodate vibration.
The nose-wheel is mounted ahead of the rotor and protected by the housing.