Advantages of the Stripe Hog SK2000 for the Highway Industry:
Fast removal rates for the removal of thermoplastic, cold plastic, two component, epoxy, tape and waterborne paint. Removes thermoplastic at 4,615 linear ft/hr (1,406 linear meters per hour)
John Deere tractor mounted blasting head does not require a CDL commercial driver’s license. The John Deere tractor provides unmatched maneuverability and versatility for the removal of turn arrows, crosswalk markings, stop bars, etc.
Cleaning and rejuvenation of the retro-reflectivity of thermoplastic and cold plastic markings.
Simultaneous vacuum recovery allows for application of new markings in 20 minutes.
A cost efficient model for small to mid-size contracting companies. Does not include a chassis. Buyer must provide a chassis or trailer for the transportation of the SK2000. Can be shipped in a shipping container.
Includes a handle to convert the blasting head to a walk-behind tool.
Advantages of the Stripe Hog SK2000 for the Airport Industry:
Rubber removal rates up to 20,000 sq. ft/hr (1858 m2/hr) on asphalt and concrete runways.
Rapid cleaning and rejuvenation of runway centerline marking retro-reflectivity reduces dramatically the frequency of center line painting.
Runway retexturing in extreme hot climates where friction is lost because of asphalt bleeding.
Runway retexturing in climates with heavy snow and ice where snow removal brooms polish the surface of the runway.
Simultaneous vacuum recovery allows for immediate emergency landings during the removal process. The SK2000 will shut down and vacate the runway in 45 seconds.
Stripe Hog SK2000 Trailer Tires For Low Clearance
The Newly Redesigned Stripe Hog SK2000 Overview
StripeHog SK2000 – Marking removal with the SH2500 – Hog Rider
Stripe Hog – SK2000 Paint Cleaning Fly Around – Atlanta, GA 2014
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