Different Types of Mobile Concrete Pumps | ZOOMJO
Concrete pumping is one of the most widely used concrete placement methods. It allows concrete to be delivered to hard-to-reach areas and can speed up the construction process. There are various different types of concrete pumps, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.
What are the different types of mobile concrete pumps?
The main types of mobile concrete pumps: trailer-mounted concrete pumps, concrete mixer pumps, stationary concrete pumps and truck-mounted boom concrete pumps, concrete pump trucks, self-propelled concrete pumps.
Mobile concrete pumps can be moved and positioned flexibly and are capable of quickly delivering concrete to the site with equipment that it to meet the needs of different engineering projects. The following are some common types of mobile concrete pumps:
Trailer-mounted concrete pumps
Trailer-mounted concrete pumps are small and lightweight, making them easy to transport to and from the construction site. They are also relatively inexpensive, making them a good choice for small to medium sized projects. Trailer-mounted concrete pumps are mounted on single or multi-axle trailers and use high pressure to pump concrete. These trailers are transported to the construction site by attaching to a suitable vehicle. These are also known as stationary or pipeline or static concrete pumps.
Towed concrete pumps can transport concrete with aggregate size of 4cm and below with a displacement range of 24m³/h to 100m³/h. Electric concrete tow pumps are used in a wide range of scenarios, not only for construction sites, but also for concrete placement in bridge projects, highway construction, tunnels, water conservancy projects and other large projects. It has the advantages of high flexibility, easy operation, good mixing effect, safety and reliability, simple maintenance, etc.
Concrete Mixing Pump
Concrete mixer pump is a kind of equipment specially used for concrete mixing and conveying. It combines the functions of a mixer truck and a concrete pump and can transport concrete from the mixing plant to the construction site. A concrete mixer pump usually consists of a chassis, a mixer frame and a concrete pump. The chassis is equipped with an engine and hydraulic system to provide power and control functions. The mixer frame is equipped with a concrete mixing tank for mixing and storing concrete. The concrete pump is located at the rear of the mixing tank and is responsible for pumping the concrete to the desired location.
Depending on their different drive engines, our concrete mixer pumps include diesel and electric models. The diesel type concrete mixer pumps are more suitable for those areas that lack electricity. Instead, you can consider our electric motor concrete mixers and pumps for sale. Feel free to request a quote!
Stationary Concrete Pumps
Stationary concrete pumps for sale are also known as trailer-mounted concrete pumps. This is because you need to move the stationary concrete pump via a trailer. Stationary concrete pumps are equipped with pipes that can transport concrete over long distances. For some building construction, road construction, bridge construction or other projects, our stationary concrete pumps for sale are a good choice. Our stationary concrete pumps have excellent performance and can convey up to 100 meters in vertical direction and can convey up to 500 meters in horizontal direction. I am sure that you can pick the satisfactory pump from our company!
Truck-mounted boom type concrete pump
Truck-mounted boom concrete pumps are the most versatile type of concrete pumps. They have a long range and can be used for a variety of different applications. They are also relatively easy to transport, making them a good choice for projects of all sizes. However, truck-mounted boom concrete pumps are more expensive than other types of concrete pumps.
Concrete Pump Trucks
A concrete transfer pump truck is actually a trailer-mounted concrete pump on a chassis. It has two main features. On the one hand, a concrete pipeline pump truck has its own chassis and is much easier to move around. You do not need to use an additional trailer to transport the concrete pump. This will reduce your transportation time. On the other hand, there is no need to install the concrete pump after it arrives at the site, which greatly reduces the labor intensity. Welcome to request a quote if you are interested.
Self-propelled concrete pump
Self-propelled concrete pumps are a type of concrete pump with the ability to move by itself. They are usually equipped with a wheeled or crawler chassis and can move autonomously around the site. Self-propelled concrete pumps are widely used in projects such as large construction, infrastructure and road construction, where they provide an efficient, flexible and convenient concrete transfer solution.
Different types of concrete pumps have various advantages and disadvantages. The best type of concrete pump for a particular project will depend on the specific requirements of the project.
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