Pavers Mate (Block Paving Sand Screed Tool) is a useful construction tool for domestic block paving

Pavers Mate is an easy to use & useful construction tool that is specifically developed to create the exact layer each time toward domestic block paving as well as minor commercial area jobs through the application of sand screed. Pavers Mate can also facilitate the placing of calibrated paving slabs with a cement screed. While placing paving on a cement screed, the Pavers Mate can be used to set any size area.

Pavers Mate contains a 930mm Polypropylene screed and with this one can place 900 mm long paver. The additional 30mm of the tool is exceeded to make sure that the paver going to be placed contains a full layer and make the process simpler for the user to screed again for the next paver.

The screed is changeable with sliding up or down to the desired depth based on the measuring increments on the back of the screed for arranging to the exact depth and tightening the wing knobs/adjusters manually to clamp it into place.

After completing this simple step, set the ware plate end of the level on the datum paver and provide good pressure against the paver and do not provide any pressure on the other end Drag across the surface to generate the accurate layer every time.

This tool excludes rocking pavers and minimizes cracks which may generally occur with irregular layers.

Some exclusive features of Pavers Mate:

  • Place paving smoothly & easily.
  • Generate the accurate patio.
  • Lightweight.
  • Work with all types of calibrated pavings.
  • Removes Rocky Paving.

Link for purchase bricky.com

Block Paving Sand Screed Tool
Image Courtesy: bricky.com
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Published By
Arka Roy
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