Trowels

Through its acquisition of Wacker Neuson Group's ride-on and walk-behind trowels, Husqvarna can support contractors the whole way through pouring concrete to a finished floor — no matter the type, size or ambition level of the project. "Power trowels complement our current range in a great way, connecting the entire process from ground compaction to polished concrete floors, and fits well into our divisional strategy to grow our concrete surfaces and floors business.

Allen's MSP465 riding trowel is a mechanically-driven, 8 ft. (2.4 m) class ride-on power trowel that is powered by a powerful 57 hp Kubota liquid-cooled gasoline engine. The MSP465 was designed with the high volume flatwork concrete contractor in mind.

Allen's HDX600 riding trowel is a hydraulically-controlled, 8 ft. (2.4 m) class ride-on power trowel that is powered by a powerful 50 hp Hatz liquid-cooled diesel engine. The HDX600 was designed with the high volume flatwork concrete contractor in mind.

Allen, a leader in concrete finishing equipment, announced the debut of the all-new 2020 HDX780T4 riding trowel. The HDX780 was designed with the high volume flatwork concrete contractor in mind. This riding trowel comes with digital readouts for accurate fuel levels and diagnostics, and a large 18 gallon fuel tank for longer run times.

Allen, a leader in concrete finishing equipment, announced the debut of the MSP475 riding trowel. The new power steering machine is a mechanically-driven, 8 ft. class ride-on power trowel that is powered by a powerful 57 hp Kubota liquid-cooled gasoline engine.

Wacker Neuson offers a full range of ride-on trowels that meet the needs of small concrete contractors, who are expanding their line, up to large professional flatwork finishers. Designed and manufactured at Wacker Neuson's Menomonee Falls, Wisc., production plant, the full line of trowels has expanded over the past 20 years to provide contractors with additional machine choices and advanced technology that fit all concrete slabs sizes and conditions.