Hire Multivibe Powerscreed

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The popular Multivibe Powerscreed is designed to run on the surface of the concrete without form work, this allows flood pouring to complete a slab.

This concrete finishing tool allows the operative to achieve concrete consolidation by efficiently transmitting vibration evenly across the bar (beam) for optimal compaction.

Available with a variety of Magnesium screed beam lengths up to a maximum width of 14ft (4.2metres) subject to availability.

Please note that this system is not designed to run along form.

If you would like to hire one of our Multivibe Powerscreeds for levelling flood pour slabs please call (see numbers below) or click the enquire button to fill in a hire enquiry form, we look forward to being in touch.

Speedcrete also hire out a range of power trowels which can be used in conjunction with a Multivibe Powerscreed so feel free to ask for details for this equipment if required.

Norfolk (Kings Lynn): 01553 829530
Salisbury: 01722 416196
Scotland (Dalry): 0141 849 0077
Stafford: 01785 332891

We look forward to hearing from you and assisting you in achieving your required professional floor finish.

The Hire Multivibe Powerscreed is an ideal machine for levelling internal slabs. The machine typically operates 'free hand' and levelling is achieved by raking to grade and spot levelling with use of a rotating laser.

The nature of this machine allows a large area to be flood poured in one without the need to set and break internal support formwork.

Renting a power screed is cost effective and includes bar sizes up to 4.5 meters. Typical bar sizes for most pours are 4 or 3 meters.

These type of machines are not designed to be run on formwork. Some manufacturers may claim this 'feature' but it is simply not correct. Too much vibration runs back through to the operator and not down into the concrete as designed.

If you are running on formwork then you should consider using our hire bunyan striker which is the tool to use when screeding concrete on formwork.


  • Power Rod 100 with two handled screed assembly c/w Honda engine.
  • Aircraft T6 aluminium construction
  • Two handles screed assembly
  • Powered by Honda GX35 (4 stroke engine)
  • Tool free handle adjustment
  • Tool free floater bar connection


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