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Atlas Copco BG 245, BG 375, BG 475 Walk-behind Power Trowels with QuickStop

Three walk-behind power trowels—the BG 245, BG 375 and BG 475—include upgraded features, Atlas Copco says, that enhance versatility and safety on a variety of applications, from fine-edge to rough-surface concrete finishing.

March 06, 2017

Three walk-behind power trowels—the BG 245, BG 375 and BG 475—include upgraded features, Atlas Copco says, that enhance versatility and safety on a variety of applications, from fine-edge to rough-surface concrete finishing.

The units can be equipped with either a twist pitch or quick pitch for a wide range of jobs. Atlas Copco also designed the trowels with its QuickStop feature that stops the blade rotation immediately after the operator releases the handles. This results in zero-degree spin. The BG trowels are equipped with Honda gas engines that deliver 5.5 to 9 horsepower. The BG 245 features a rubber-edged floating protection ring to prevent damaging walls on indoor worksites where a wall or other obstacle exists. The BG 375 and BG 475’s larger size is meant for use on bigger, outdoor applications, such as driveways.

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