New machines complement high-Prazisionstechnik and polishing are the business card of a house clean floors. The BEDIAM diamond tools & Oberflachentechnik GmbH, Berlin, on the screed flooring fair (EPM) in Feuchtwangen introduces innovative machines for the removal, dry and wet grinding and polishing of natural stone, screed or concrete. New on the German and international market the high speed developed by BEDIAM floor grinding machine is MBX400, for the processing of smaller to medium-sized surfaces with extremely high material removal. The new device of our MBX series characterized by power and quickness in the removal, but also by easy handling and a very good surface picture\”, says Marco Fellgiebel, BEDIAM product manager. The design of the floor grinding machine MBX400 has been completely redesigned ergonomic. The MBX400 has its price-performance ratio and the proven quality of BEDIAM\”, so Marco Fellgiebel. The machine is so compelling and powerful, that BEDIAM this also on the Web page as a demo video shows. To find under. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Aksia has to say.
It is a proven machine technology but with extremely high power performance, to ensure the high performance and Arbeistfortschritte. Floors with epoxy resin coatings, adhesive residue, etc. have no chance here. The idle and lengthy process to remove such layers of concrete and screed floors, is now finished with this machine. It ensures a quick work. Also on the basis of our BEDIAM PRO + CLIX-system can be used to replaced the floor grinding tools in a single step. EASY – no hassle of screws fast responding to customer wishes and experience characterize the Berlin-based company. BEDIAM may react with new or further developed tool systems now even more flexible to the needs of all customer segments. These include the new standard series, the PSU diamond floor grinders, as well as the advanced PXU diamond floor grinding tools. The PSU series is cost effective and provides very good Grinding results, ideal for the entry in the ground loop segment.