EQUIP/ Floor/ Advance Pacesetter 20HD 175 RPM

Advance

$ 1,347.00 

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A HEAVY-DUTY FLOOR MACHINE TO MEET YOUR DEMANDS

Whether stripping, scrubbing,or screening, the Pacesetter™ line of floor machines has a model to fit your needs. Each Pacesetter features heavy-duty construction, including an all-cast metal frame and chrome-plated base.

An ergonomic molded handle protects hands while operating along walls and around corners. A red safety lock switch prevents accidental start ups. A compression style lever easily adjusts handle height. Pad holders are standard. The yellow, super-flex cord handles easily and reduces tangling. A clear plastic hospital plug allows the operator to verify electrical integrity at each use of the machine.

The Pacesetter 20HD has a 1.5 hp motor and operates at 175 rpm. A triple-planetary gear design lasts longer than other gear drives because they do not develop a wear pattern. A sealed gearbox requires no maintenance.

PERFORMANCE & FEATURES

  • Molded, ergonomic handle includes comfortable trigger levers and safety lock-out switch
  • Base is cast metal and chrome-plated for durability and easy cleanup
  • Large non-marking rear wheels make transporting easy
  • Safety activation switch on all models
  • Effortless handle height adjustment

Croaker stocks the 20" HD model - other sizes and models available.  

Comes with a drive block - just add the proper pad for the job.

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