Paver Pete discusses and demonstrates adjustment tools for slab installation.
When you are laying slabs, we recommend pulling units from both sides of multiple pallets at a time.
We have some products that have a high tone distribution, and the right color mix should be obtained throughout the whole project.
A slab extractor can be used by two people to safely remove a unit and replace it with a lighter or darker unit, balancing the overall appearance of your project.
This tool is an adjustment bar designed to be inserted into a joint. It allows to you shift large sections of pavement to maintain joint alignment.
This hammer is equipped with an angled rubber head, designed to apply a low force on the units, protecting the bedding sand and avoiding rotation.
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This cutting tool provides the following advantages:
- No noise. It can be run at 6 in the morning or 8 at night, no problem.
- No dust, which complies perfectly to the new OSHA silica standard that went into effect in the United States on September 23rd, 2017. Click here for more information.
- No safety concerns
Place the handle at 45 degrees, let the blade bite into the slab, apply some pressure to the handle to score and then split the unit.
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