National Flooring Equipment returns to The International Surface EventPublished 27/12, 2018 at 10:35
To help contractors improve productivity during floor renovations, surface preparation equipment manufacturer, National Flooring Equipment, exhibited at The International Surfaces Event (TISE).
During the exhibition at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas in September, attendees found a range of National Flooring Equipment’s machines.
National Flooring Equipment exhibited its three styles of power hammer trolley at TISE. Using a jack hammer for extended periods of time can strain your back and hands, but as National’s power hammer trolley enables the angle of the jack hammer to be changed to a more comfortable position, contractors can work faster and more efficiently. “Most contractors will have a power hammer in their inventory, but it can be uncomfortable to use,” explained Dave Bigham, director of national accounts at National Flooring Equipment. “A power hammer is heavy and clumsy to work with, which can cause discomfort for the contractor. Using the hammer at a perpendicular angle also generates excessive dust and may pull up more material than required. Our trolley is one of our best selling products because it is simple, easy to use and useful. It changes the angle of the blade to pick up hard goods in larger pieces, making floor removal and clean up simpler.”
National Flooring Equipment also showed a range of ride on floor scrapers at TISE. One highlight was the 2900 high speed battery ride on scraper, which is designed for removing soft goods such as carpet or VCT quickly and efficiently. Visitors to the stand were also be introduced to the benefits of the 5700, an all-day battery ride on scraper, which can work on any jobsite for up to twelve hours on a single charge.
Visitors to the show were also able to see National Flooring Equipment’s range of walk behind scrapers, which are ideal for floor removal in smaller jobsites, such as residential spaces. The 550, for example, is National Flooring Equipment’s smallest walk behind scraper, which can be easily manoeuvred in small spaces.