Ever thought about tying your shoe laces without fingers? What about trowelling, screeding, patching? It would be impossible!Our fingers and hands are our most important tools, but do we put enough emphasis on protecting them correctly?Read More
Unless you are pouring with self-compacting concrete, the most common way to compact and densify concrete is with an immersion vibrator.Read on to find out how an electric high frequency vibrator compacts concrete almost two times more effectively than standard flex-drive vibrators.Read More
Concrete efflorescence is the appearance of white salt deposits on or near the surface of concrete causing a change in appearance.Read More
Using a clear or coloured concrete sealer has become a popular option for both residential and commercial purposes. Typical applications for sealers include driveways, garages, pathways and flooring. Sealers are a great way to improve slip resistance, protect the concrete surface from weathering...Read More
No one is immune to the dangers of silica dust!
Everyday construction workers are faced with a multitude of dangers; from physical and biological hazards to invisible gases, fumes and dust. Respirable silica dust is one of the most dangerous threats, yet we are only just waking up to the dangers...Read More
Conventional timber formwork and the use of cardboard tubes is both time consuming and expensive. This is especially true when you’re coordinating a large multi-level construction which requires numerous round columns all of the same size, such as with an underground car park.Read More
Find out what basic preventative maintenance you can do on your Trowel Machine. Save your time and money – ensure your equipment is ready to use before it goes on the slab!Read More