concrete vibrator

concrete vibrator

[′käŋ‚krēt ‚vī‚brād·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Vibrating device used to achieve proper consolidation of concrete; the three types are internal, surface, and form vibrators.

concrete vibrator

A device for agitating freshly mixed concrete during placement by mechanical oscillation at a moderately high frequency to assist in consolidation.
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2, it shows that in the studied case study all conventional concrete casting work tasks have high levels of exposure for the back especially when using the concrete vibrator.
Performing the concrete casting tasks on a horizontal plane (floor) or vertical plane (wall) seems to have the same effect on the shoulder/ arm, except when the concrete vibrator is used, when it is indicated that the exposure levels were slightly reduced when vibrating the concrete on the floor in comparison to vibrating the concrete in the wall.
A concrete vibrator was inserted in the soil to simulate traffic vibration.
The concrete is placed with an M919 concrete mobile and worked with standard tools and methods, including a hand-operated concrete vibrator, provided and operated by the 769th Engineer Battalion from the Louisiana Army National Guard.
Tenders are invited for Vibrating needle assy complete 6mtr long and 40 mm dia compatiable to concrete vibrator imersion type with motive power unit diesel engine 1.
In addition to recovering the stolen tools inside the van, detectives said they found more stolen property stored at the facility, including concrete vibrators, pumps, tampers, blowers, saws and other expensive tools.
Also available are strong yet portable plate compactors and vibratory rollers, internal and external concrete vibrators and many sizes and types of vibratory tables.
Stow, based in Conklin, NY, manufacturers and markets a full line of mixers, concrete and masonry saws, dewatering pumps, trowels and concrete vibrators.
The Conklin facility produces products under the BOMAG and Stow brand names, including concrete and mortar mixers; concrete vibrators, trowels, and screeds; concrete, masonry, and tile saws; and small ride-on compactors.
The Stow equipment lines will continue to include mixers, concrete and masonry saws, dewatering pumps, trowels and concrete vibrators for worldwide distribution.