How Does Full-Track Save Up To 20% Of Their Concrete Finishing Time?

Why the name, “Full-Track” for a concrete finishing machine?

When you are using so called 48 inches (or any other length) machine, generally attachment arms are shorter than the blade length.

Therefore, the end of blade will flex upward and reduce the effective smoothing width.

With Full-Track system, the elongated attachment arm supports the full length of the blade so none of the area of the blade is flexed.

The Operator is always sure that he/she is finishing the full width or the
Full-Track of 48 inches (or any other length).

This is unique in the world of concrete trowels.

Full-Track's 32“ attachment arm is even longer and stronger then competitors 36" attachment arm and it has grease grooves all the way around the pivot.