How would you choose to finish a giant slab of concrete — by hand with conventional tools, or with Bartell Morrison’s ride-on power trowel? I think if you visit Toolmonger on a regular basis, you know which method we’d pick.
You pilot the ride-on trowels with a twin-stick, multi-directional steering system that lets you maneuver the machine precisely where you need it. Power trowels come standard with heavy-duty gearboxes, precision-machined spider plates, U-joint couplings, adjustable operators seat, and lights.
Bartell Morrison sells eight models of ride-on power trowels that vary in path width from 65″ to 97″. Some models feature overlapping trowels while others come with non-overlapping trowels. You’d use an overlapping machine for finishing and a non-overlapping machine for floating or panning.
From what we can find, prices run from $8,000 to $16,000 depending on the model you choose.