Concrete Scarifier Use and Assembly Guide

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

Handle Assembly

  • 5/16 Allen Key
Drum Replacement
  • 26mm Socket
  • 26mm Wrench

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