Trip hazards are an issue that can amount to millions of dollars in litigation. They also inexpensive to remove - but only with the right equipment. With the average cost per square foot of a concrete slab costing $1.36, a repair may seem reasonable, but this does not include the cost of labor and debris disposal - often reaching as much as $340 per square foot of a concrete slab.
By reducing labor and debris removal costs, concrete scarifiers are a perfect solution for these hazards on sidewalks, driveways, and more – saving homeowners, municipalities, and home owner’s associations thousands, if not millions, of dollars in the process.
Concrete scarifiers can remove traffic lines at 800 - 1,000 linear feet per hour with their tungsten carbide blades. These blades last around 10,000 ft² before they need to be replaced.
Tomahawk Power has created a Quick Assembly Guide for replacing blades on its TSCAR-8H model, to get you started fixing trip hazards today!
Follow this link HERE for help with the scarifier assembly and drum cage replacements.
Suggested tools for assembling your Tomahawk Power Scarifier
- 5/16 Allen Key
- 26mm Socket
- 26mm Wrench