Polishing Machines & Tooling in USA and Worldwide
HTC Professional Floor Systems
Market leader for professional floor grinding equipment, including machines, tools and accessories. High quality equipment, expert technical help & training ($695 /person).
Heavy duty concrete grinding machines for coatings removal, surface preparation & polishing. We also have a complete line of abrasives, pads & dyes. 11 local superstores to visits. One day shipping in US.
By Applied Diamond Tools
Diamond floor polishing pads & cup wheels. Large selection & great prices. Pads start at $12.95 each. Save money on every project you do. Buy from us today!
High quality concrete polishing machines that always work. If you want great polishing capability, reliability & a fair price use a Preditor. Abrasives & dyes available too.
The Original concrete grinders & polishing machines. Since 1936 Terrco Inc. has provided the most rugged & efficient equipment on the market. We also have abrasives & diamond tooling.
Concrete Polishing USA
Call to get 15% OFF first order. Diamond tools for concrete polishing. Your source for polishing pads, cup wheels, backer pads, floor diamonds, maintenance pads & more. Concrete polishing tools are our specialty...
Concrete Polishing HQ
Every planetary Lavina machine will grind, hone, polish & burnish. Local distributors throughout the Western US to serve you. New, used & rentals available. Propane & Electric. Edgers & dust-collection available.
ProCrete Resources Inc
Get great deals on Lavina & Innovatech concrete grinders, polishers & dust-collection machines. We'll help you set up financing. We stock a full selection of resin & hybrid tooling and dust collection equipment. Call for prices.
SASE Co. is the leader in diamond tooling & polishing machines for any size project. Get a local demonstration before you buy, then on-site training after you purchase from our technical staff. Call today!
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