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Concrete Grinders & Planers for Sale (37)

At United Rentals, our inventory of used concrete grinders and planers for sale includes a variety of models from the most reputable manufacturers designed to deliver superior performance and enhance your project's efficiency. Our concrete grinders and planers are ideal for leveling, smoothing and cleaning concrete surfaces, achieving flawless finishes every time.

For our full list of concrete grinders and planers for sale, view the items below. For more information about concrete grinders and planers, visit our resource section.


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FAQs About Concrete Grinders & Planers

United Rentals carries a wide variety of concrete grinders and planers for sale. Concrete grinders smooth the surface of your concrete and can remove various materials such as paint, epoxy, stain and more. You can also use concrete grinders to polish the surface of the concrete, making it look brand new. United Rentals has equipment experts who have maintained and inspected all our concrete grinders and planers before selling to give you the best quality equipment possible. For tips on using a concrete grinder effectively and safely, see our article How to Grind Concrete Using a Concrete Grinder. Additionally, to keep your owned equipment in top working order, check out our Customer Equipment Solutions to help safeguard your investment.

Learn more about our concrete grinders and planers in our FAQ section below.

What is concrete grinding?

Concrete grinding removes epoxy, paint, stain and other coatings from concrete for a smooth finish. With a rotating abrasive attachment, concrete grinders level off your slab with each pass of the machine.

What should I use to grind concrete?

Depending on the size of the project, you can choose between walk-behind grinders for large slabs or hand-held grinders for minor cracks and crevices. When grinding topical concrete, use silicon carbonite wheels; for general grinding purposes, use diamond wheels. The most important factor is achieving complete surface contact with the grinding wheels for seamless, smooth concrete.

How can I reduce dust when grinding concrete?

To reduce the amount of dust kicked up when grinding concrete, cover all entrances with plastic and have a vacuum handy to prevent debris from going airborne. Spraying the floor lightly with water can also reduce dust particles when grinding.