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Concrete Laser Screed Contractor (217) 645-6448 Laser Screed Rental in Illinois Indiana Missouri

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Concrete Laser Screed Contractor Service http://foxandaustin.com serving Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin. We travel anywhere! Call for pricing on laser and 3d gps guided screeds for residential, commercial industrial and agricultural construction services and concrete finishing. Serving Champaign, Urbana, Springfield, Decatur, Effingham, Bloomington, Normal, Danville, Peoria, Vandalia, Greenville, Kankakee, Terre Haute, St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis and Northwest Indiana areas. We travel extensively over a 5 state area no job too big or small. We also offer non-union brick, block and stone masonry services and all concrete work including stamped, stained, colored, dyed across Northern Illinois, Central Illinois and Southern IL including Quincy, Jacksonville and St Louis and suburbs.

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Laser screed technology produces slab-on-grade concrete floors that are flatter and stronger than any comparative floors produced by using conventional methods. They establish grade by laser, utilizing a 3D profiler system, disperse concrete by auger, and then vibrate and consolidate the concrete. Laser Screeds are setting new standards for concrete floors. In addition to being laser, this technology is precise and mechanically powerful, they are fast. It can accurately screed 240 square feet of concrete in just 60 seconds. That means more floor is placed daily and production schedules are satisfied or actually shortened

Laser screed technology exhibits the opportunity for concrete floor slabs in its time-sensitive project and hence new standards in the regional construction industry has established. This is the latest technology for concrete flooring. This technology reduces the no. of joints as no form work is required in between to support the Surface Vibrators. Form work is done only on the periphery of the panel to stop the concrete from flowing outside panel. The Laser Screed technology offers much quicker turnaround than conventional concrete construction saving over 400 per cent in project execution time. As an estimate, a 1,000 square meter concrete floor slab can be completed in less than 24 hours with Laser Screed technology, while it would ideally take about three to four days in the conventional way. This technique also requires a minimum set-up time besides extending superior quality, safety and accuracy. On the other hand, in manual screeding, there are lots of forward bending causes awkward torso posture, Repetitive hand/arm activity, High hand forces are required to pull the rod to smooth the concrete, Relatively slower than Laser screed machine. In this study, working of laser screed technology, different types of Laser screed machines used in construction industries, case study on this technology etc are discuss

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