Blastrac BMR 85D Multi-Task Rider offers 4-Wheel Drive Technology
February 6th, 2008
Category: Concrete Finishers
Oklahoma City, OK (January 23, 2008) To meet the strenuous demands of varied surface preparation requirements, Blastrac developed the new four-wheel-drive BMR 85D Multi-Task Rider to provide effective solutions to real problems. With a 20 wide shot blasting pattern and 12 scarifying head, this totally self-contained unit offers versatility not currently available in North America.
The BMR 85D has all the required equipment to effectively complete a variety of surface preparation tasks and applications, such as bridge decks, airport runways, parking decks and roadways. Large projects on asphalt and concrete can be completed with this closed-circuit, dust-free surface preparation system by a single operator from the climate-controlled cab, insuring safety and comfort. Integrated dust collection includes a conveniently operated continuous waste disposal system that keeps all dust contained in heavy duty impermeable bags for easy disposal.
Other options being developed include rotary sweepers, mowers, snow plows and blowers, as well as dump trailers. Large highway, bridge and airport projects require versatility for fast, efficient and environmentally acceptable completion.
For more information, call 800-256-3440, visit http://blastrac.comor stop by the Blastrac Booth S10123 at World of Concrete.
The Blastrac brand provides more surface preparation technologies and expertise than any other manufacturer: shot blasting, grinding, polishing, scarifying, scraping, milling and cutting. Blastrac equipment is designed for surface preparation of concrete, steel, brick, stone, asphalt and other substrates. Equipment and application training is offered through the Blastrac SPARC program: Surface Preparation Academic Resource Center.
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