Roller screeds are most useful for customers who do not pour concrete every day. Concrete patchwork, small pours, or one-off projects are ideal for this equipment. However, it shouldn’t be used in place of larger equipment.
Despite their versatility, roller screeds are ideal for just about any sized project, from patchwork and sidewalks to parking lots and streets. In addition, Rolling Screeds are an ideal solution for projects that might have space or emission restrictions, such as indoors or in hard-to-reach areas like basements. When contractors need to consider emissions, battery-powered units are a great option. They are highly mobile and precise, operating without cords, hoses, or fumes.
Regardless of the power source, roller screeds are a great option for anyone looking to complete a unique pour. Heavy-duty industrial contractors will find the hydraulic system to be the most efficient, while smaller municipal contractors may find gas, electric, or battery-powered roller screed to be more effective. A roller screed is an ideal solution for large spaces such as highways, bridges, and ditch embankments as well as bike paths, golf cart paths, and garage pads. In addition to attachments for more complicated pours, manufacturers offer center pivot kits for circular pours, such as grain bin pads.