ENAR worker concrete vibration process

Why is concrete vibrated?

Working with concrete involves one of the main challenges construction professionals often have to deal with. With the adequate machinery and construction equipment, trust increases ensuring a correct process of concrete vibration.

ENAR worker concrete vibration process

The concrete vibration process is fundamental for pursuing the required compaction level on structures for the achievement of resistance, durability and lack of imperfections. We recommend the use of our concrete vibration
equipment supporting ourselves on the fact of being world leaders in the sector backed up by our large experience.

Rule EHE08 from chapter XIII 71.5.2 from the Structural Concrete Instruction states: “Concrete compaction in construction sites to be done by the adequate processes according to the consistency of the different mixtures, with the aim of removing gaps or holes for the mass to be closed and compacted, but avoiding segregation, too.” The compaction process will be carried out until the mass reaches the surface. Concrete vibrators will be used for this purpose.

With the adequate machinery and construction equipment, trust increases ensuring a correct process of concrete vibration. Our equipment is certified guaranteeing the greatest quality, efficiency and service possible.

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En la actualidad Enarco dispone de 10.000 m2 productivos en sus instalaciones de Zaragoza inauguradas en 2009, donde se diseñan, producen y comercializan más de 10.000 referencias de artículos de sus tres líneas de producto: vibradores de hormigón, reglas vibrantes y compactación ligera.

Dada su evolución en el mercado, Enarco se ha posicionado como especialista en equipos de vibración de hormigón, creando redes comerciales en los 5 continentes y empresas filiales en Francia, México, Polonia y China.

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