Are you starving your tools?
Power is the one thing you simply can’t do without, and it needs to be portable, practical and powerful – when you need it.
Boasting 15% more efficiency then other brands and a casing size as one of the smallest on the market they are the most compact, and portable generators around.
It’s often the case on site where there is multiple trades using the one source of power. Sometimes in this case there is not enough power to draw from to power your concrete floor grinder, scarifier, shot blaster, floor stripper or dust extraction and concrete vacuum systems. These machines are either powered by electric, battery or propane and in some cases hydraulic motors are used. With propane machines there is no cords or electrical requirements other than the battery used for starting the machine. Propane machines obviously have other things that cause restraint on site like the fume or smell during use.
Electrical requirements for electric floor grinding/ scarifying / floor stripping machines typically use 230 volt or three phase 400 volt. Make sure your working area or facility you are going to be working in has the right electrical outlets and enough power to operate the equipment you are using. It’s important to consider your power on site to eliminate any issues or downtime on the job.
Generators can range from a small portable box to something that can be mounted on the back of your truck. Depending on your requirements for single or three phase equipment to run on site will depend on the size generator you need.
When your machine is starved of power that’s when things go wrong. Capacitors fail, motors trip out, the machine won’t start and you’re stuck with good tools that can’t be used, so that’s exactly what we want to help prevent you from having.