Concrete Placer

13 September

What is a Concrete Distributor?

Concrete Distributors are used in the construction of tall buildings or in situations where mobile concrete pumps cannot reach. These machines, known as Placing Booms worldwide, have gained significant importance in the construction industry in recent years. Without a Concrete Distributor, the process of pouring concrete into molds is time-consuming and reduces concrete quality. This process can cause the concrete to heat up and burn due to a reaction. Using a Concrete Distributor makes the concrete pouring process faster, more efficient, higher quality, and cost-effective.
Concrete Distributors made from high-quality materials will facilitate your current and future projects. Royalmac, with its expert team, will provide you with the best choice.

  • Spider Concrete Distributor
  • Tower Type Concrete Distributor
  • Telescopic Concrete Distributor
  • Crawler Concrete Distributor
  • Cobra Concrete Distributor

What Is a Concrete Pump?

Concrete Pumps are machines used in concrete production plants to pour pre-mixed concrete to the desired height, distance, and quantity after reaching the pouring site via a transit mixer.
There are two types of concrete pumps: stationary and mobile.

Stationary Concrete Pump

Stationary Concrete Pumps are used in hard-to-reach areas where Mobile Concrete Pumps cannot reach and in areas where the legs and boom cannot be extended.
They are used in long-term, high-risk working areas. The stationary concrete pump is set up at the pouring site and remains in place until the job is completed.

Mobile Concrete Pump

They are used for pumping concrete at the pouring site when pre-mixed concrete arrives.
Mobile concrete pumps, with a vertical reach of 60-65 meters for maximum flexibility, are very practical and versatile machines with the ability to carry and pump concrete to any desired location.

Efficient Usage Methods

  • To ensure long-lasting and efficient concrete pump operation, attention should be paid to the size of concrete particles.
  • Concrete with particles larger than 32 mm can cause stress on the pumping line, leading to wear and system breakdowns.
  • After concrete pumping, it is essential to clean the pumping line with pressurized water (using a cleaning ball).
  • Pumping should be done at the appropriate pressure.
  • Regular machine maintenance should be performed on time.