Used anywhere concrete is poured, this flexidrive shaft is built for superior concrete setting. Powerful vibrations force air bubbles out and allow concrete to fill every available space for solid foundations, floors and more.
What is the purpose of a concrete vibrator?
A flexidrive shaft concrete vibrator is used in lots of construction applications. Flexidrive shaft vibration is an important step in slab work, driveways, footings and stairways. A flex drive pump with concrete vibrator shaft forces air bubbles out, allowing the concrete to set solidly and evenly.
How much should you vibrate concrete?
Vibration should remove all air bubbles and allow the concrete to settle into every available space. With a flexidrive shaft, the work can be performed quickly, the shaft won’t over-mix concrete, and the entire pour can settle optimally for maximum strength.
Why should over vibration of poured concrete be avoided?
When concrete is over-vibrated, the denser particles sink toward the bottom, while finer cement particles are guided toward the top. This segregation of the aggregates will cause overall weakness in the slab or other concrete structure. A flexible drive shaft makes the job fast and ensures freshly poured concrete fills every nook and hollow.
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