There are three different types of power trowel blades. Float Blade: Wagman float blades are designed to clip onto a finish blade bar, or a trowel arm. With the blade set in the flat position, … [Read more...] about How many types of trowel blades are there?
Trowel Blades & Float Pans
This will depend on concrete mix design, environmental conditions, weight of the equipment being used, and general expertise of the concrete finisher. On average a set of trowel blades will last … [Read more...] about How many square feet can I do with a set of trowel blades?
Wagman manufactures trowel blades using three different types of steel. They are as follows: Silver Series: Wagman manufactures its silver line from torque flex steel specially formulated to … [Read more...] about How can we achieve a longer life on our trowel blades?
Wagman manufactures a full line of poly plastic blades for use on colored concrete. Steel blades will leave dark burnish marks on any type of concrete of epoxy. … [Read more...] about What blades would we use on colored concrete?
Float pans have a proven record of improving the overall flatness of the slab. They are used in the initial stages of the concrete finishing process. They are used to open the slab and move material … [Read more...] about Why should we use float pans to finish our concrete?
Wagman Pro Float pans are available in both z-clip and safety-catch styles. The z-clip is the easiest to use, but the safety catch is a must if you are working on elevated slabs and/or lifting your … [Read more...] about Which pan is right for my application?