The PUF Plane was developed by foamers for foamers to make the impossible doable and profitable. The PUF Plane is a very tough and versatile machine that can be used as a blister buster or for heavy production.
PUF Plane was field tested and proven on 487,000 square feet of reverted and damaged roof on the Dallas ISD Summer 1997 projects. Idea for the PUF Plane conceived and developed on the Texas A&M headquarters building in Bryan, Texas, Winter of 1996
- Heavy enough to do the job and Light enough to be used and moved without having to use special lifting equipment!
- Compact enough to pass through doors and most roof hatches!
- Leaves cut surface smooth enough for re-foaming.
- Can cut to within 6" of an object, parapet, or edge.
- Economical field change of blades by your own personnel.
- Powerful 8 HP Briggs IC engine for dependable service.
- Wear out parts (bearings, belts, blades, etc.) easily obtainable from local parts suppliers. Designed to cut down time and maintenance costs to a minimum.
- Will handle problem scarfing assignments such as reverted coatings.
- Infinite depth of cut adjustment.
- Ability to cut with its 12" blade assembly, up to 1000 sq. feet per hour in 40 mil urethane coatings.
- Service locally, no factory
8 Horsepower Briggs & Stratton Engine
Displacement 319cc Model 19H
1.5 Gallon Gas Tank
Non- clutch Design
225 Pounds (dry)
Can cut to within 6” of an object, parapet, or edge
Ability to cut with its 12” blade assembly, up to 1000 square feet per hours in 40 mil urethane coatings
Uses standard contractor grade 7.25 inch carbide tipped saw blades with a diamond knockout and tooth spacing of 18-22. These blades are field replaceable.