Float pans clip on to the blades of a trowel machine without any extra fasteners. They typically used to “break” a slab in the initial passes. The pans create suction and pull slurry to the surface. They also fill or cut any imperfections left from screeding and bull floating. The smaller 24 and 30” pans can be used to create a low stipple finish a great alternative to hand stippling.
Finally, we stock both flat and super flat pans. Flat pans have a small dish in pan which puts less load on the machine but won’t leave as flat finish as a super flat pan. These pans can be identified by the lip at the edge of the pan. A 45-degree lip means a flat pan a 90-degree lip means a Super flat pan.