External Vibrator
External Vibrator

External vibrators are attached directly to the formwork at certain points. The location of these points will consider the thickness of the concrete and where the points are located concerning the concrete mass. This type of vibrator will have a direct vibration effect on the formwork and the concrete, and by doing this, they will normally consume more power than other vibrators.

External vibrators will normally consolidate concrete in a radius of 18 inches away from the formwork. These vibrators can be found at casting yards and precasting facilities where immersion vibrators cannot be used and should be strong enough or located at specific locations so they can move all the formwork at once. External vibration is preferred in situations where columns or heavy concentrations of rebar could result in the tangling of an internal head. These tools have specific applications, such as small pours that require a minimal amount of vibration.

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External Vibrator
External Vibrator

The demands of the construction site determine which type of vibrators should be chosen. Whenever great compaction power is required with high operational demands and continuous operation, our maintenance-free pneumatic formwork vibrators are unbeatable. At building construction sites where no air-compressor is available, our electric external vibrators provide a practical alternative.

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External Vibrator-Hand
External Vibrator-Hand

The handy held vibrator is a small, powerful concrete vibrator consisting of a vibrating unit connected directly to a motor. Suited mainly for secondary concrete products, along with stone masonry, test piece manufacture, and the like. Equipped with a robust double-insulated sealed motor made of die-cast aluminium, the unit weighs about 5 kg, being lightweight, coming in a wide variety of models. This makes the series of handy vibrators very easy to use on a wide range of worksites.

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