INSTRUCTIONS: Use the Quick-E-Block Clamp by pulling the bottom pin to adjust to the clamp width. The coupler is held in place with a second pin - it should be centered between the two clamping pads. Hook a rated chain, cable or strap to your machine and the clamp. You’re now ready to lay block with minimal effort! Quickly pick up on the chain manually or with your bucket to clamp the block. Set the block about 6” from the those last laid then pick up slowly on the chain to pick the clamp off the block. Now simply slide the blocks into place. When laying multiple cells with tapered sides, one block will be reversed. Simply spin the block around and slide it into place. You’re never lifting the block - just slide it. NOTE: A hard hat should be worn at all times. Stay out of the swing zone and never get under the clamped block.
Jeremy Thorne from ThorneCare Landscape Solutions: We love our new tools from Pave Tool. Any job is easy and efficient if you have the right tool and know how to use it. Will be adding to our pave tool arsenal this spring.
Southside Landscaping Company comments: "Yesterday we laid 278 blocks in 55 minutes after lunch for the top two courses. 3 Men. That's ROLLING, thanks to the bl450. Of course we had to backfill but that production isn't even possible by hand. No one ever got tired. So Simple!"
By using one in each hand, the Quick-E-Lifters allow one man to lift and transfer approximately 6 to 16 pavers quickly, efficiently and safely from the pallet to the installation area.
Holds 3-8 pavers each lifter
Paver Sizes: 6x6, 6x9, 12x12, 8x8, (2) 4x4x8
Haul more with more ease
Carry a reasonable amount all day long.
No more pinching fingers and hands when carrying or setting down.
Speed up production by about 30%
"The number one disabler of people 45 and younger in this country is lower back pain." -Scott Bautch, DC
Buy a Set -Aim for symmetry. "Putting extra weight on one side of your body is one of the biggest back pain causes. Any time you carry weight on one side of your body for an extended period of time, it causes your spine to curve, and that leads to back pain symptoms" -Scott Bautch, DC, a spokesman for the American Chiropractic Association and chief executive officer of Allied Health Chiropractic Centers in Wausau, Wis.
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Extracting pavers after they have been installed properly can be a daunting task.
Allows one hand to be free to tap surrounding pavers, initiating the breaking of the interlock bond
Adjust from 6" - 24" easily
Includes 1 extra set of teeth
There is No Easy Way to Extract Pavers after Sanding & Compaction
1. Polymeric sands work best if hot water is applied to the sand to break down the polymers for easier removal.
2. For Large Scale Pavers run your cutoff saw between each joint before extracting.
3. While applying steady pressure to the Paver Popper taps surrounding pavers with a mallet to break the bond.
4. Make Sure you Watch THIS VIDEO before Extraction!