General Equipment Company Introduces Pro Polish System for Multi-Surface Polishing
General's Pro Polish system works with low-speed surface grinders and is ideal for use on concrete, marble and many other surfaces.
Owatonna, Minnesota (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Designed for use with popular models of single- and dual-head, low-speed surface grinders, General Equipment Company’s Pro Polish floor polishing system efficiently produces high-quality polished surfaces without the need for expensive and complex equipment. Typical applications include concrete, marble and any other surface that can be polished.
The Pro Polish system utilizes a series of seven 10-inch diameter diamond-polishing pads. These pads are easily secured to the appropriate surface grinder using Velcro. The chemistry of the diamond pads is specially formulated to operate at the lower rotational speeds commonly found in surface grinding equipment, including General Equipment’s SG12 and SG24 Series surface grinders.
Polishing pads range in composition from 50 to 3,000 grit and are color-coded to simplify the progression from one pad to the next. Users need only to follow the pad color sequence until the desired results are obtained. Hardeners can be combined with pads, usually 400 grit and higher, to help intensify the brilliance of the floor shine.
The simplicity of the Pro Polish system makes it ideal for anyone, from a seasoned contractor to do-it-yourself homeowner. When properly used to maximize service life, the system will polish up to 15,000 square feet of concrete.
In business for more than 50 years, General Equipment Company is a family-owned manufacturer of earth augers, ventilation blowers, asphalt cutters and surface preparation equipment. For more information, contact General Equipment Co., 620 Alexander Drive S.W., Owatonna, MN 55060, call 507-451-5510 or 800-533-0524, fax 507-451-5511 or 877-344-4375(DIGGER5), or visit the Web site at http://www.generalequip.com.
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