CONCRETE VIBRATOR RENTALS

Concrete vibrators help ensure the best possible end product when working with concrete. A vibrator enhances the quality of the poured concrete by preventing the formation of air bubbles that can create an uneven finish. Silver Line Rental  carries concrete vibrators for rent that will improve your jobsite performance. As a leading rental equipment provider, you can count on us for high-quality products from Caterpillar and other top manufacturers.

EXPLORE THE ADVANTAGES OF A CONCRETE VIBRATOR RENTAL.

Concrete vibrator rentals allow you to get the tools you need for as long as you need them — whether it's a day, week, month or longer. You also won't have to worry about expenses such as maintenance, insurance and storage. If you already own a concrete vibrator that's in the shop for repairs, a rental will provide the fast replacement you need to keep your projects moving forward. 

And renting gives you the flexibility to take a concrete vibrator for a "test drive" as part of the buying process.

What make us different from others ?

We strive to make getting a concrete vibrator rental a quick, hassle-free process. If you're unsure which machine is right for your applications, our on-site product experts will point you in the right direction. We'll also help you choose a flexible rental agreement that works for your company. 

FAQs About Concrete Vibrators
  • Wet concrete contains around 20% air in the mix. When the concrete dries, that air can create multiple defects such as honeycomb and cold shuts. Concrete vibrators move the concrete solution into any cracks and force all of the bubbles up to the surface, leaving a consolidated and compacted mixture where you need it. This ensures smooth and strong concrete fill before you take away supports.
  • Typically, the process of vibrating concrete takes somewhere between 5 and 15 seconds. If there are still bubbles in the concrete when the concrete vibrator is removed, repeat this procedure until all bubbles are gone.
  • Concrete vibrators should always be used vertically whether it is in a column, wall or slab. As long as you can use the internal vibrator in proper form, it should work the same as in a slab. Depending on the stiffness of the mix, you may need to use a vibrator with a medium or large diameter. Not sure what you need? Call Silver Line Rental today at +971 4 576 2626.
  • Lower the vibrator into the concrete vertically, letting it smoothly descend all the way to the bottom of the slab or the previous lift laid by around 6 inches. Allow between 5 and 15 seconds of vibration then pull it up slowly. As it reaches the top of the concrete, you will see air bubbles escape from the surface. This is a good sign that the lower layers of concrete are settling with no bubbles. Then reinsert it nearby, so that the vibration radius (included in the specs of the machine) overlaps the radius of the previous spot. Continue using the vibrator until you no longer see air bubbles when removing it. When you don’t see any more bubbles, the concrete has been properly vibrated. Low slump or stiff concrete mixes will need a concrete vibrator with higher amplitude than higher slump mixes. Do not rush this task. If it isn’t done properly, the structure may be unstable when it cures.
  • In general, vibration is a good practice in order to stabilize concrete. However, there are specific concrete mixes called self-consolidating concrete that do not need vibration. Verify what kind of concrete mix you will be using for the job.
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