New QuickChange Tools for Super Hard Concrete by Superabrasive

Superabrasive QuickChange ToolsSuperabrasive, the maker of the Lavina floor grinding and polishing machines, has released a new grinding tool for super hard concrete. The new HCP bond tools for super hard concrete feature a single button in 30 grit and provide a faster and more efficient solution for grinding exceptionally hard concrete. As all Superabrasive’s QuickChange Tools, the new bond trapezoid pads easily slide in and out of reusable plates, with no bolting required.

“Our new bond tools break through the barriers of even the most stubborn concrete floors. By freeing up more new diamonds to be used and not glazing over, they allow your crews to cut down on labor and stop wasting time trying to figure out which tools to use on extremely hard concrete,” said Len Sniegowski, sales manager at Superabrasive in a press release about the new QuickChange tools.

About Superabrasive

Superabrasive has more than 30 years of experience producing diamond tools. The company proudly serves customers in North America, South America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

Its U.S. headquarters is located in Hoschton, Georgia. The location includes warehouse and office space. Also, it houses manufacturing space for ShinePro and SupraShine maintenance pads.

While Superabrasive makes products for several industries, the concrete product line, known as Lavina, has become the company’s largest division and its top revenue generator. The Lavina line includes grinding and polishing machines and burnishers. It also includes dust extractors and diamond tools for nearly any floor application from prep to maintenance. In fact, Superabrasive is among very few companies in the industry that manufactures both the machines and the diamond tools. Its products are used on projects of all sizes. Overall, these projects range from high-end residential jobs to big-box retail stores and large industrial plants.

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