8 reasons why you should buy a rhino
With triple pin technology each tool will always remain in contact with the surface.
We achieve this through uniform articulation, meaning evenly spaced multiples of three (which you will find on our larger equipment).
Other grinders commonly use multiples of two, this causes bridging between tool segments and leads to one segment losing contact with the uneven surface resulting in uneven tool wear and a heavier scratch pattern.
Reduce operator strain and job time by about 50% over traditional systems.
Six counter rotating heads increase point pressure while achieving an even cut.
The counter rotations allow the machine to work double duty: double cutting and crosscutting with each pass, giving you a manageable scratch pattern.
The Rhino is built with durability in mind – all machines are equipped with heavy duty extra wide drive belts for a low maintenance durable belt life.
On the off chance a belt breaks, you can change it in less than 10 minutes right on your jobsite.
This self-service feature is unique to our equipment, and it keeps the contractor’s valuable time and money in mind.
The Rhino line of equipment was designed to be used with our biased weight kit, it allows our machines to be loaded with weights to increase point pressure for very hard floors and to rapidly expose aggregate.
Our unique patented biased weight system uses standard Olympic weight plates, allowing placement on either side of the machine to increase pressure when grinding edges with slab curl and high and low spots.
Weights can also be placed on the handle to alleviate pressure and weight from the machine, enabling the Rhino to be easily and effectively used for soft and rained out slabs.
For best results and to increase production we highly recommend utilizing weights with your grinder.
- Adjustable at both the middle and base of the handle
- Gives the operator flexibility to position handle for better leverage when loading and unloading
- Alleviates head pressure when weighted
- Allows you to work in tight spaces
- Grinds flat and cuts down highs
- More aggregate exposure on highs and less on lows
- Heavier scratch pattern
- Recommended for heavy glue and thick/flexible coatings
- Ideal for achieving full aggregate exposure on all floors
- Follows the contours of the floor
- Minimal aggregate exposure on highs and lows
- Less depth on scratch pattern
- Prep for thin mil coatings with minimal to no tool marks telescoping through
- Ideal for achieving cream and light salt and pepper finish on wavy floors
Get up off your hands and knees while grinding up to 1/8” from the edge.
You can complete 95% of your edging with a walk behind and let the RX7 (our hand grinder attachment) finish the rest.
Now your edges look the same as the field!