If you're a DIY'er, you'll want to put this piece of rental equipment to work on projects like repairing a sidewalk, or removing an existing coating from a patio or slab. It's also a professional choice for work such as eliminating traffic lines on road surfaces. Because the scarifier's carbide cutting blades cut deep grooves in the cement surface, before beginning, you'll first want to make sure that the overlayment you'll be applying is thick -- grooves cut into the surface are too deep to be evened out by micro-toppings.
|Cutting width:||8 inches|
|Cutting depth :||1/8 inch per pass|
|Work rate:||About 350 - 500 square feet per hour for slabs; 800 - 1,000 linear feet per hour for traffic stripes|
|Power:||8 HP gas engine|