Equipment Type

Wacker

CT 36-9 and CT 36-8A walk-behind trowels feature 8- and 9-hp Honda engines and the necessary torque for low-speed floating.

April 01, 2006

 Wacker trowel

CT 36-9 and CT 36-8A walk-behind trowels feature 8- and 9-hp Honda engines and the necessary torque for low-speed floating. Other features include the gyroscopic safety sensor, gearbox brake and engine limiter combination to protect operators from a runaway handle. All models sport a new Pro-Shift pitch control, which offers infinitely variable transition for smooth pitch control. The design requires less force than before to adjust blade pitch over a range from 0 to 30 degrees. Handle options include one that adjusts easily to accommodate different operators' heights and a folding handle for easier storage and transportation.

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