General Equipment Co.'s second-generation CTS12 RIP-R-Stripper offers updated features that lower maintenance and increase productivity, making it an even more efficient solution for removing ceramic tile, hardwood flooring and other tough floor coverings, according to the company.

With a new, easier operating on/off control, the CTS12 Gen 2 is designed to enhance maneuverability, control and visibility. Its unique configuration allows users to operate electric-powered breakers in an upright position.

The CTS12 Gen 2 features increased flexibility, accepting new mounting kits for the Hilti TE-1000-AVR breaker. Beyond this model, the unit continues to work as a tool carrier for electric-powered breakers with ratings between 30 and 45 foot-pounds of force and includes popular models of Bosch, Makita and Hitachi.

As with the original model, the accessory tool angle of the CTS12 Gen 2 can be adjusted to nine different self-locking positions, allowing the operator to find the best performing approach to each unique application. Also, a new productivity boosting mechanism accommodates breaker variances in mounted chisel orientation to the working surface. The new feature allows the adjustment of both wheels.

The Anti-Vibe handle is adjustable to enhance operator comfort and is rubber-insulated to reduce vibration. It also folds for simplified storage and transport.

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