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Concrete Pumps USA

About Concrete Pumps


Concrete pumps provide accurate, controlled placement of concrete in places inaccessible to concrete mixer trucks. Their operation is typically enhanced by remote controls that permit the operator to be right at the pour to communicate directly with concrete laborers.

Applications include construction of commercial, industrial and residential buildings, bridges, tunnels, slabs & footings, pools, patios and slope paving.

Concrete pumps are great labor saving devices because they can place concrete with great accuracy and controlled volume. Direct placement without re-handling improves concrete quality while reducing labor. The steady flow produced by concrete pumps increases the productivity of the concrete finishers. They place concrete at lower costs than traditional methods with reported labor savings of up to 50% compared to truck delivery.

Concrete pumps significantly save time and labor, reduce scheduling logistics, and enhance quality control. In many ways, their introduction has changed the way modern concrete construction is designed and built.

The origin of concrete pumping dates back to the 1950's in Europe. Since then, concrete pumps have grown larger, more productive and much more durable. Today, they have evolved into very impressive machines that enable even the most challenging of concrete construction tasks.

Information about pump manufacturers; Schwing, Putzmeister, Reed, Alliance, Concord, Olin

2007 Concord CML-120 City Pump
1998 Putzmeister 1409 City Pump
2007 Putzmeister City Pump 1994 Putzmeister TS-2070 City Pump  1998 Putzmeister 1409 City Pump For Sale 1998 Putzmeister 1409 City Pump 1996 Putzmeister VS-50 City Pump 1985 Reinert 8025-40 Line Pump 2006 Schwing BPL-1418-2.5 City Pump