The Pro430E walk-behind trowel is a great alternative for working in confined spaces, edging against walls, pipes, and other obstructions. This walker has additional weight added to it, which allows for a better finish.
Our Pro436 comes standard with a 9hp class Honda Engine and lifting bale and can be equipped with either our Fine Pitch or newly redesigned Rapid Pitch handle. These trowels are built for the most demanding job sites. Our Pro436 is available with either a 5.5hp or 9hp class Honda Engine and is a great choice for customers working in smaller areas.
Perfect for troweling along the edges of walls or around extrusions, the Pro436 Edger features all the power and performance of our Pro Series with the patented advantage that allows it to outperform other edging walkers. Guard rings rotate, allowing for a ride along the edge. Finishing up to 5/16” with 90° lip float pans or ¾” with blades.
Our Pro446 comes standard with a 9 hp class Honda Engine and lifting hook and can be equipped with either our Fine Pitch or Rapid Pitch handle. These trowels are built for the most demanding job sites.
The compact weight and size of the Pro424E walk-behind trowel make this easy to use for tight areas. This walker is great for edging against walls, pipes and other obstructions, and will fit easily through doorways. This unique compact walker, with the collapsable folding handle, allows for easy transportation.
Brand new to our Pro-Series of walkers is the Pro436TC. The Pro436TC is equipped with a variable-speed torque converter clutch in place of the standard weighted centrifugal clutch. The Pro436TC is the fastest 36” walk-behind trowel, which provides contractors with a much wider range of rotor speeds and torque.
The all-new SP446 Walk-Behind Trowel comes equipped with a variable torque converter clutch allowing for low-speed torque and high-speed finishing. With an efficient helical gearbox, this heavy-duty, high-speed Walk-Behind can tackle the most demanding of projects. The SP446 is also equipped with a plow handle design for the operator’s ease when pitching the blades to an all-new height of 28-30 degrees.