Vibra Strike II

  • Vibra Strike vibratory screeding machine was developed by Tommy Lindley.
  • Tommy developed a machine allowing a single operator to do more work in less time, and the contractor with multiple employees to take on more jobs while reducing workload.
  • Revolutionary in concept, simplistic in design, the Vibra Strike vibratory screed represents a tool that allows anyone needing an efficient and rugged screeding machine to get the job done!

Additional Information

Weight

36 pounds / 16kg

Engine

Honda / GX35 4 Stroke

Frame

Cast Heat Treadted Magnesium

Eccentric Weight

12L 14 Steel

Vibrating Head

Steel lined Heat Treated Magnesium

What's in the package?

  • CONCRETE SCREEDING MACHINE ( 2 HANDLE)
  • 1.5 HP 4 STROKE HONDA GASOLINE ENGINE
  • 3 METRE LENGTH F4 FLOATER

Float Size Available

  • 4 ft (1.22 metre)
  • 5 ft (1.52 metre)
  • 6 ft (1.83 metre)
  • 8 ft (2.44 metre)
  • 10 ft (3.05 metre)
  • 12 ft (3.66 metre)

Advantages of Vibra Strike II

  • One person to operate with a crew for setting the level and finishing corners via a hand trowel
  • Easy to operate
  • Light weight
  • Easy to transport
  • Can accommodate low slump (as low as 3” slump)
  • Fast and reliable

F4 FLOAT PARTS

F4 FLOAT

AKA the EZ clean 2 in 1 Float


Uses: Wet Screeding and Form to Form

Tension Rod Adjustment

FEATURES:

Tension rod adjustment is easily accessible

Float can be quickly straightened using a standard open-end wrench

F4 Float Cast Housing Mount

FEATURES:

Positive attachment point between cast housing and float provides secure mounting and quick dissassembly

Two hardened clamp bars and four socket head cap screws with saddle plates insure solid mounting of cast housing to float during the toughest jobs

F4 Smooth Float Design

FEATURES:

The innovative design of the 2-in-1 EZ Clean Floater combines the performance of both a wet screed and curl-edge float

Comparison

Manual Screeding

Applications

Building Floors

Materials needed

  1. Screeder
  2. Floater
  3. Wood frame level guide
  4. Scrabbler
  5. Power and Hand trowel
  6. Hand trowel

Vibra Strike

Applications

Walkways, Parking Lots, Larger Open Spaces, Warehouses

Materials needed

  1. Vibra Strike
  2. Guide or divider matching the length of the blade as a guide for elevation
  3. Aluminum bar
  4. Scabbler
  5. Hand trowel

Conclusion

Manual and Vibra Strike has its own functions in order to achieve smooth finish concrete.  But Vibra Strike can cover a larger area in a faster time with less manpower.

– Manual is effective on the application in small sections of the building

– Vibra Strike is effective on large pours such as driveways, ground floor, walkways, basement, deck, patios, warehouse, roads.

– Thus, will incur savings on labor/manpower, materials, time, stronger concrete

– This accounts for 26-36%, and productivity and efficiency rate of 40%.