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Dual Beam Screed

Dual Beam Screed

The dual beam screeding process is a long established and well favoured method of screeding newly poured concrete, ideal for site use and a popular item
Finishing Float

Finishing Float

The blade of the bull float is curved (‘bull’ nosed) at the ends to prevent digging of the work surface and eliminate lap marks.
Fresno Float

Fresno Float

900mm/3ft fresno broom is a general purpose tools designed to apply a textured brush finish of concrete flat work, and consist of a zinc plated steel blade and medium textured brush attachment. The blade of the fresno broom is curved at the ends to prevent digging of the work surface and eliminate lap marks
Hand Tamp

Hand Tamp

Traditionally, contractors have relied on pieces of wood to manually achieve a tamped/flat finish of freshly laid concrete, the problem being that wood can be subject to deterioration from the moisture and abrasive nature of green concrete. Aluminium hand tamps offer a viable and effective alternative, benefiting from the strength, durability and lightweight that the box aluminium offers, and are also easier to clean down after use.
Pedestrian Screeder

Pedestrian Screeder

Petrol driven walk behind pedestrian screed and levelling device designed for one man on-site operation to produce a smooth aggregate free finish of concrete without the requirement to strike off form work.

Petrol Poke

Petrol Poke

The VP-P poke drive unit is a portable, compact, robust and independent drive system designed to effectively remove air from newly poured concrete and are ideal for both site and rental use.
Air Poke

Air Poke

Pneumatic (air) poke designed with ease of use, durability and reliability in mind.it provides an efficient way of removing air from newly poured concrete.
High Frequency Poke

High Frequency Poke

High Frequency pokes are becoming an increasingly more popular on site for a multitude of operational and performance related reasons.