Lievers P14B Back Pack Drive Unit

£1,497.60 (£1,248.00 +VAT)

Multiquip are proud to offer the Lievers P14B Back Pack Poker Drive Unit. The P14B is a high quality poker vibrator specially designed for compacting concrete floors, beams, foundations, lintels, elevations etc.  Suitable for use on job sites without electricity. The P14B back pack poker can be used for compacting almost all kinds of concrete. Thanks to its pendulum system,  the poker realises 12,000 vibrations per minute and this together with a high amplitude ensures an excellent compaction of any type of concrete. The drive unit is equipped with a 4-stroke Honda GX-35 petrol engine and is fitted into a special back pack frame. The total weight of the drive unit is only 10 kg. The gearbox drives the flexible shaft at a speed of only 4,000 rpm. The minimum hose length is 2 meters due to the carrying position of the drive unit. The hoses and poker heads of P14E and P14B can be interchanged.

SKU P14B Back Pack Poker Drive Unit Category

Product Description

The main features of the P14B are:

  • Real pendulum vibrating system
  • Low shaft speed, only 4,000 rpm
  • Quick action coupling with quick release for easy hose replacement
  • Hardened steel pendulum and poker head
  • No lubrication required, so maintenance free
  • Self adjusting bearing system
  • Rubber hose impervious to water, oil & chemicals
  • Light weight back pack with adjustable straps
  • Honda GX35 engine
  • Can be used both left and right handed

Additional Information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 40 × 40 × 40 cm


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