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The most serviceable, precisely aligned, and rugged trowel on the market today
MBW 36 and 46 inch trowels have a new look, but it's much more than a cosmetic improvement. The new models offer a flatter profile stationary guard ring which not only satisfies new ISO safety standards but enables finishers to clean and change blades easily. The guard ring also comes with a standard edger section which allows finishing very close to walls and columns. Very importantly, the new models feature a patent pending Low Vibe handle offering the industry's lowest hand arm vibration levels. And the height adjustable operator's handle is now tool free.
To function properly, power trowels must maintain a precise perpendicular relationship between the gearbox's output shaft and blade arms. Once that relationship is compromised, the trowel will vibrate and/or wobble. MBW has gone to great lengths to maintain this critical relationship. MBW Walk-Behind Power Trowels feature the industry's heaviest bearings, output shafts, gears, spiders and blade arms. Comparison of these critical MBW components to those of any competitor answers the question as to why MBW trowels run so well for so long.
Designed for our heaviest trowel, the MBW gear box is overbuilt and preserves component commonality throughout the range. Housing and covers made of heat-treated cast aluminum alloy feature reinforced construction. Cooling fins insure rapid heat dissipation for extended bearing and lubricant life. MBW's one piece, case hardened wormshaft is the most accurate in the industry. Ground bearing journals insure exact bearing alignment and maximum bearing life. All MBW bearings are able to accept load spikes and provide long life under rigorous use. MBW bronze wormgear conforms to exacting specifications and features extra heavy-duty hub and flange construction. High quality seal and O-rings provide resistance to leakage and enhances life of the industry's most rugged gear box.
MBW Model No. 362269
Industry's heaviest bearings, output shafts, gears, spiders and blade arms.
The MBW gear box is overbuilt and preserves component commonality throughout the range
All MBW bearings are able to accept load spikes and provide long life under rigorous use
Alignment considerations include Teflon lined, steel arm/bore inserts, and arms which are precisely milled to provide the most accurate blade-to-arm alignment.
Yoke plate is designed for widest dispersal of tilting pressures and is machined to accept a greasable thrust bearing