Full Hydraulic Control Technology
Fast fault location ,saving time more than 50% in fault detection ,
Electric control system
Simple operation,easy maintenance,low failure rate,Main electric components adopts Schneider imported from France,high reliability and automation.
Panel control and wireless remote devices are both equipped and easy to operate .Appollo wireless remote controller accords with the principles of human engineering design with attractive appearance ,easy operation and high flexibility ,Multiple alarming devices ensure machine working with high security.
Hydraulic Oil Level Auto-Detection and Radiating Technology
Auto-detect hydraulic oil and temperature ,protecting hydraulic system.
Intelligent Safety Technology
All weld lines by 100% nondestructive flaw detection.
Full Hydraulic Commutation Technology
Saving commutation time of 10% ,increasing the pumping efficiency of 20%.
Advance jib structure Technology
Flexible and efficient placing,No blind angle.
Only 40% of oil consumption in the same industry.
Truck Mounted Concrete Pump
A concrete pump is a machine used for transferring liquid concrete by pumping. There are two types of concrete pumps.
The first type of concrete pump is attached to a truck or longer units are on semi-trailers. It is known as a boom concrete pump because it uses a remote-controlled articulating robotic arm (called a boom) to place concrete accurately. Boom pumps are used on most of the larger construction projects as they are capable of pumping at very high volumes and because of the labour saving nature of the placing boom. They are a revolutionary alternative to line-concrete pumps.
The second main type of concrete pump is either mounted on a truck or placed on a trailer, and it is commonly referred to as a line pump or trailer-mounted concrete pump. This pump requires steel or flexible concrete placing hoses to be manually attached to the outlet of the machine. Those hoses are linked together and lead to wherever the concrete needs to be placed. The length of the hoses varies typically 10’, 12.5’, 25’ and 50’ depending on the diameter of the hose. Line pumps normally pump concrete at lower volumes than boom pumps and are used for smaller volume concrete placing applications such as swimming pools, sidewalks, and single family home concrete slabs and most ground slabs.
There are also skid mounted and rail mounted concrete pumps, but these are uncommon and only used on specialized jobsites such as mines and tunnels.