The SP8/GH9HP surface planer is designed for a wide range of job applications, including milling misaligned sidewalks and joints, removing thermo and cold plastic markings, and prepping floors for new coating applications.
Powered by a 9.0-horsepower Honda GX270 4-stroke gasoline engine, the planer is built with a unitized, welded steel plate frame, exclusive full-length hexagon driveshaft and extra capacity ball bearings, the company says. It has a maximum cutting depth of 5/8 inches, a cutting width of 8 inches, and a cutting proximity to a vertical wall of 3.25 inches. Bearings are externally greased to extend the unit’s service life. Cutting depth is adjusted using a screw-type, positive-locking depth selector.