Compact concrete

Lightweight and versatile, the new Lightning Strike screed is said to offer a productive option for concrete construction. This roller screed features easy transport and can be set up by a single person, while requiring just two for use. The screed can be used for an array of applications including pervious concrete or low slump mud as well as the capability to do uphill, downhill or circular pours. Featuring aluminium tubes this units is around half the weight of conventional roller screeds, reducing trans
Concrete Paving, Compaction & Testing / February 6, 2012
Screeding with the Lightning Strike unit
Effective on site screeding is possible with the Lightning Strike unit from Lura Enterprises
Lightweight and versatile, the new Lightning Strike screed is said to offer a productive option for concrete construction. This roller screed features easy transport and can be set up by a single person, while requiring just two for use. The screed can be used for an array of applications including pervious concrete or low slump mud as well as the capability to do uphill, downhill or circular pours. Featuring aluminium tubes this units is around half the weight of conventional roller screeds, reducing transport costs and boosting working safety.

The screed sections can be purchased separately or as part of the Contractors Package, which features a 6.1, 3.66, 1.83, and 1.22m roller as well as two wall plugs, two riser wheels, three collapsible tri-pod set up stands and an accessory bag. The Contractor Package allows more than 18 different size combinations and the screeding of up to a 10m slab.

Made from rugged, construction-grade aluminium the tubes can be easily filled with water to achieve the compaction needed for pervious concrete. The tubes offer a threaded-axle coupling system allowing easy extension, while power comes from a 2288 Honda engine.

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