Equipment Type

 Vibrators, Concrete, Internal

products

A range of products for concrete finishing includes vibration, levelling, finishing and cutting tools.

Two new series of Wacker Neuson high-frequency internal vibrators – five IRFU models with head diameters from 1.2 inches to 2.6 inches, and four IRSE-FU models with head diameters from 1.2 inches to 2.3 inches – offer a patented Bodyguard protection from the power plug to the vibrator housing.

A 220-volt power option is now available on the 1.5-, 2- and 3-horsepower motor-driven concrete vibrators from Stone Construction Equipment.

The Wacker IRSEN-FU internal concrete vibrators feature an integrated inverter and an operating handle that is designed to reduce hand-arm vibration. With an integrated frequency inverter, the vibrators are designed to deliver stable, three-phase electricity to the motor when connected to a 120-volt, single-phase power source.

The new Hybrid Heads internal concrete vibrators from Wacker combine the technology of the round-head and square-head designs. The result, says Wacker, is more surface area that promotes maximum energy transfer to the concrete.

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