Pneumatic Vibrators – CP 2190
Chicago Pneumatic’s CP 2190 heavy duty concrete vibrator is designed for removing air pockets from pourings of low slump concrete in columns, footings, slabs and walls. It has a greater radius of influence which translates to a greater amount of work accomplished in a shorter period of time.
- Variable Speed Throttle
- In-line Lubricator
- Auxillary Air Hose
- Locked Motor End Plates
- 1/2″ NPT air connection
|Air Consumption (CFM)||65|
|Radius of Influence (in)||15-16|
|Capacity (cu. yards/hour)||40|
|Vibration Per Minute||12,000|
|Head Dimensions||Diameter 2.5″, Length 13.75″|
|Net Weight (lb)||27|
|Length w/o aux. hose (in)||118|
Oztec Flexible Shafts are interchangeable on all Oztec power units, are reversible (doubling their service life), and come supplied with “quick change” adapters.
Quick Disconnect Feature
Oztec’s “Quick Disconnect” feature, allows shaft removal from the power unit with the twist of a lever. The lightweight and bearing-less coupling allows the job to be done in seconds without any tools. This fitting will not rust or seize.
Standard lengths (in feet): 2, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 21.
Oztec Flexible Shafts can be coupled to 42 feet using a ball bearing shaft connector #6725A1.
Oztec Shafts have been successfully coupled to 65 feet. Custom lengths are available.
Pencil Shafts for Pencil Head vibrators are available in 3, 6, 9, 11, 15 and 20 foot lengths. (Pencil Shafts cannot be coupled together, but can be lengthened, by coupling to a standard shaft with coupling P/N: 6725A1).
Oztec Power Units
All Oztec Power Units (gas and electric) run vibrator heads 11,000 to 12,000 vpm. They never drop below 10,000vpm even in the lowest slump concrete (near 0) when maximum head size specifications are followed.
Oztec Electric motors are manufactured to exacting specifications to withstand the rough day to day abuses associated with construction sites. Lightweight, compact and fitted with our comfortable adjustable shoulder strap, this one man power unit will speed through the stiffest concrete. Using the Vibrator Selection Chart allows you to combine power units with any of Oztec’s steel or rubber vibrator heads for maximum productivity.
Radius of Action – The most important bit of information needed for complete consolidation. Radius of Action is the distance from the center of the vibrator to the outer edge, where complete consolidation takes place (see diagram).
Radius of Action can be twice the listed values when slump is high or super plastisizers are used. It is important these values are used only as a general guide.