Introducing the Value-Priced (VP) Series of Walk-Behind Trowels
Better Roads Staff | February 17, 2012
The Allen VP436 and VP446 are the newest additions to Allen’s complete line of Walk-Behind Power Trowels. The VP Series Walk-Behind Trowels, which were unveiled at World of Concrete 2012, are already becoming the new economy leader in walk-behind power trowels. The Allen VP Series of Walk-Behind Trowels are feature-rich walkers ready to perform dependable service for concrete contractors. These walkers feature height adjustable handles with either traditional twist-action blade pitch control, or the lever-action positive pitch control. The VP Series also feature cast iron spiders, pressure plates, and lift levers along with lifting bars. These new VP Series of Walk-Behind Trowels come with the Allen Engineering Total One Year Warranty.
The VP Series Walk-Behind Trowels standard features include:
► Honda engines
► 46” or 36” rotors
► Cast iron spiders, pressure plates and lift levers
► Twist action blade pitch control or lever action blade pitch control
► Height adjustable handles
► Lifting bars
► Rotor speed up to 150 RPM
Allen Engineering Corporation is headquartered in Paragould, Arkansas USA. The company designs, engineers, manufactures, and markets equipment for concrete placing, finishing, and paving professionals with a number one goal of Total Customer Satisfaction.
Allen Engineering Corporation is family-owned and their Allen Equipment is American-Made. Allen Equipment is sold through a network of “concrete-focused” dealers and rental centers around the world. For more information, visit the AEC web site at http://www.alleneng.com/.
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