Boom concrete pump spare parts by concrete pump truck manufa
Posted On: 19/12/2017 | Posted by: Haomei Concrete Pumps
A concrete pump is the only way of placing concrete in a certain location. Such as a high rise building, or large slabs where the chutes of the concrete mixer truck can’t reach where the concrete is needed.Other times, the ease and speed of pumping concrete makes it the most economical method of concrete placement.
HAOMEI machinery are counted among the concrete pump truck manufacturers of a wide range of Concrete Pump & Spares, Construction Equipment, Components & Spare Parts. Manufactured using superior quality raw material, these products are known for their sturdy construction, durability, crack & corrosion resistance and accurate dimensions. We offer these products in various dimensions, sizes and designs that can be customized as per the requirements of our clients.
Concrete pumping is a very efficient and reliable means of placing concrete, which makes it a very economical method as well.Boom concrete pumps are self-contained units consisting of a truck and frame, and the pump itself.
Features of boom concrete pump spare parts:
High anti-galling properties
Concrete pump trucks are used for concrete pours for everything from slabs and medium high-rise buildings, to large volume commercial and industrial projects. They range from single-axle truck mounted pumps used for their high maneuverability, suitability for confined areas, and cost/performance value, to huge, six-axle rigs used for their powerful pumps and long reach on high-rise and other large-scale projects.
Booms for these concrete pump truck can come in configurations of three and four sections, with a low unfolding height of about 16 feet. This low unfolding height is ideal for placing concrete in confined areas. Longer, five-part booms can reach up or out more than 200 feet.
Because of their reach, concrete pump truck often remain in the same place for an entire pour. This allows ready mix trucks to discharge their loads directly into the pumps hopper at one central location and helps to create a more efficient jobsite traffic flow.