New Products from Husqvarna and HTC

Published: 4/3, 2020

Husqvarna Construction Products is lining up a number of new products during the first quarter of 2020. First up is the eight-model PG series of floor grinding machines. The range starts with the compact PG 540, featuring a split-chassis design that makes it easy to handle and operate. Next is the versatile PG 690, which is also available in remote control and propane-driven versions. The top-of-the-line PG 830 is the largest and most powerful model. It is also available as the PG 830 RC, with remote control and motorized drive for maximum performance, and the PG 830 S, with single drive.

The new range stays true to the unique and proven Dual Drive Technology™, but more powerful motor options pave the way for even higher productivity. The PG 830 and PG 830 RC feature a 20-hp (15 kW) for up to 36% more power than previous models. Integrated adjustable weights (optional) can be added for extra grinding pressure.

The Husqvarna Hipertrowel line for concrete floor polishing has been upgraded with new metal bond Hiperflez TRW LongLife tools. The tools are developed for soft and abrasive concrete and gives longer life on this types of surfaces. Husqvarna is also launching three new ride-on trowels—CRT 60 X, CRT 48, and CRT 36, which were acquired from Wacker Neuson. Three new mud guards have been developed for the three trowel models, making the wet polishing process easier.

Husqvarna’s HTC brand launched the propane-driven Duratiq XP6 at World of Concrete, as well as the new XX3 and XX4 tools to grind extra hard concrete qualities.

For contractors looking for a really durable drill motor that doesn’t compromise on performance, Husqvarna introduces the new DM 400 and DM 430 – single-phase 3.2 kW electric drill motors, combining typical Husqvarna usability features with a new level of sturdiness. They are also the first Husqvarna drill motors to be equipped with Embedded Connectivity.

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