If the floor Justin is talking about has only a small percentage of Granite. He has other options and may be able to just work around the granite .
Especially if they are just inserts or border areas.
Then he could offer better pricing and deliver a great job.
However if it is a floor that is truly mixed with marble and a high percentage of granite which has been abraded and has lippage it needs to be treated as a granite floor.
If the cheetah products can save 40% time on a granite floor using a swing machine you have my attention.
Do you recommend flattening the floor prior to using the pucks or pads?
Can the pucks or pads work though a granite /marble mixed floor with lippage?
Most granite floors we have done had to be flattened.
Unless they were slightly abraded and we could use MB-20 or a crystallizer.
The range of hardness of different granites makes flattening a long process.
Normally the charge for working on granite is much higher because of the amount of effort involved.
If the pucks save that much time the profit margin can be increased nicely.
We don't get very many all granite jobs because of the price relationship to effort.
Most folks opt for another solution or just leave it.
Occasionally a granite job comes around.
I enclosed some pictures of a granite job we did with a Samich legend 4 hp machine.
I can tell you it would have been better if we used a true planetary machine instead of a swing machine converted to a planetary.
It wasn't enough weight-we had to improvise a bit.
Anyway we did get it nice and flat-shiny too!