Posted October 19, 2020

Product Focus: Concrete equipment

New equipment that can remove, mix, finish and cut concrete from Multiquip, Marshalltown, Marriott Equipment, Imer Group, Brokk, Atlas Copco, Chicago Pneumatic, APT, Advanced Concrete Screeds, Tamarack Industries, MBW and Curb Roller Manufacturing.

6-foot ride-on trowel
Multiquip introduces the MQ Whiteman LD6, the first fully hydrostatic trowel at an affordable price, sources report.

Hydraulic concrete mixer
Marshalltown adds a 9 cu. ft. hydraulic concrete mixer to its line.

Saw and trowel racks
Reduce repair costs of Soff-Cut saws and trowel machines with SoftRide from Marriott Equipment.

Job site robotics
JLG and Construction Robotics collaborate on advances on construction through robotics and autonomy.

Vertical-shaft paddle mixer
The Imer Group MIX 120 Plus multi-use mixer tackles mortar, stucco, grout, and dry-pack cement.

More demolition power in a compact package 
The Brokk 200 remote-controlled demolition machine packs the power of a 3-ton Brokk machine into a 2-ton package, sources report.

Rivet busters
The Chicago Pneumatic (CP) 4608 and 4611 rivet busters offer one of the best power-to-weight ratios on the market.

Paving breaker
APT features four paving breakers in its lineup, which includes the 117, 140, 160 and 190 that are engineered for high performance.

Handheld breaker
Atlas Copco’s Cobra TTe gas-powered handheld breaker is available with two tool shank sizes sorental centers to achieve high utilization rates and ROI by offering customers versatile equipment.

Concrete screed
Advanced Concrete Screeds, LLC introduces the 9900E Electric Beauty vibratory concrete screed.

Ground thaw/concrete cure unit
The redesigned Heat King HK150 150,000 BTU mobile glycol heating system is the most compact in the industry, reports Tamarack Industries sources.

Li-ion powered concrete screed
MBW’s ScreeDemon wet screed is powered by Milwaukee M18 RedLithium battery.

Battery-powered roller screed
Curb Roller Manufacturing offers the Batt Screed 6000, the world’s first battery-powered roller screed.