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Applying proper vibration is the ideal way to prevent common problems found in concrete elements, such as bugholes, honeycombing, and cold joints. Vibratory Tables speed up production and eliminate the safety issues experienced when employees are exposed to the lifting and moving of internal and external vibrators.

Choosing the right Vibrating Table for the job is essential. Special consideration should be given to the capacity of the table you choose. Elements that affect the table's capacity include, and the weight of the mold, concrete, table top, and vibrators. Additionally, consider the slump of the mix – this will determine the frequency and force output that you need to apply for proper consolidation. For very dry or low slump mixes, a high-frequency range is most appropriate.

You will also need to choose between a flat-top table, great for short runs, smaller jobs, or jobs with varying mold sizes; or grid-top, a perfect choice for facilities with high production of the same product in large quantities, or where production is automated.

With all the considerations to be made, you may find you want to speak with one of our Vibration Specialists for advice. Give us a call at 215.333.5600 and let us help.  

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Applying proper vibration is the ideal way to prevent common problems found in concrete elements, such as bugholes, honeycombing, and cold joints. Vibratory Tables speed up production and eliminate the safety issues experienced when employees are exposed to the lifting and moving of internal and external vibrators.

Choosing the right Vibrating Table for the job is essential. Special consideration should be given to the capacity of the table you choose. Elements that affect the table's capacity include, and the weight of the mold, concrete, table top, and vibrators. Additionally, consider the slump of the mix – this will determine the frequency and force output that you need to apply for proper consolidation. For very dry or low slump mixes, a high-frequency range is most appropriate.

You will also need to choose between a flat-top table, great for short runs, smaller jobs, or jobs with varying mold sizes; or grid-top, a perfect choice for facilities with high production of the same product in large quantities, or where production is automated.

With all the considerations to be made, you may find you want to speak with one of our Vibration Specialists for advice. Give us a call at 215.333.5600 and let us help.  

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