HTC launches floor grinder

By Joe Malone11 April 2018

Swedish manufacturer HTC has launched a new floor grinder, adding to its Duratiq range.

Htc's 4k w duratiq 5 model

HTC’s 4kW Duratiq 5 model

The Duratiq 5 has a grinding width of 515mm and is available in two models – one with a motor rated at 2.2kW and the other at 4kW. Both models boast a new design with the focus on ease of handling and power, which HTC said were key factors in this machine segment.

The company’s new model will replace the HTC 420 and HTC 500.

The model has been officially launched today (11 April).

Cathérine Königk, HTC’s head of marketing, said, “We’re happy to be able continue the traditions from the popular HTC 420 and 500, and offer our customers a more powerful yet ergonomic machine.

“That operators gain a complete overview of the machine’s capacity and functions in an entirely new way with the digital control panel is something we believe will be much appreciated. We’re tremendously proud of how our R&D department has succeeded in utilising the technology from the larger models and adapting it and the associated benefits to this compact format.”

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