Concrete Mixer Pump

 Ideal for a wide array of applications, the SinoTech Luton concrete mixer pump can be utilized in residential projects, commercial construction, municipal infrastructure, and more.

Here are the major models we are selling:

Diesel Powered Concrete Mixer Pump;

Electric Powered Concrete Mixer Pump.

Experience the advantages of improved productivity, reduced labor costs, and enhanced quality control with our concrete mixer pump. Let our technology redefine your construction experience.

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    Concrete Mixer Pump

    Our concrete mixer pump integrates mixing and pumping functions, simplifying operations and saving time. It boasts a high pumping pressure, which ensures efficient, reliable, and consistent concrete delivery. The mixer pump’s compact design, coupled with its exceptional durability, makes it a cost-effective choice for any construction project.

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output:

    30-50m³/h

    Mixer Rated Feed Capacity:

    0.56m³

    Depending on the type of machine, we offer:

    Drum Concrete Mixer Pump

    Concrete Mixer Pump with Shaft Mixer

    What Is A Concrete Mixer Pump?

    A concrete mixer pump is a versatile machine used in construction projects for mixing and pumping concrete. It combines the functions of a traditional concrete mixer and a concrete pump into one compact unit. The machine typically consists of a mixing drum, a pumping system, and an engine or motor.

    The concrete mixer pump works by first loading the ingredients for concrete (including cement, sand, gravel, and water) into the mixing drum. The drum rotates to mix the materials together thoroughly, ensuring a uniform and consistent concrete mixture. Once the mixing process is complete, the pump system is activated to pump the concrete through a pipeline to the desired location.

    The concrete mixer pump is commonly used in various construction applications, such as building foundations, sidewalks, driveways, and even high-rise construction projects. Its compact design and mobility make it suitable for both small-scale and large-scale projects, offering efficiency and convenience in the mixing and pouring of concrete.

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    From different aspects, there are several types of concrete mixer pumps available:

    Based on Power Source:

    • Electric Concrete Mixer Pump: This type of mixer pump is powered by electricity, making it suitable for indoor or noise-restricted areas. It is energy-efficient and emits fewer emissions.
    • Diesel Concrete Mixer Pump: These mixer pumps are powered by diesel engines, which make them suitable for outdoor or remote construction sites. They offer higher mobility and are not dependent on electricity supply.

    Based on Mixing Capacity:

    • Small Concrete Mixer Pump: These are compact-sized mixer pumps that are designed for small-scale construction projects or areas with limited space. They have a lower mixing capacity but are highly maneuverable.
    • Large Concrete Mixer Pump: These are larger-sized mixer pumps that are designed for large-scale construction projects or applications that require higher production capacity. They are capable of handling larger volumes of concrete mixtures.

    Based on Mobility:

    • Trailer-mounted Concrete Mixer Pump: These mixer pumps are mounted on trailers, allowing for easy transport and mobility between different job sites. They can be towed by vehicles, making them suitable for projects that require frequent relocation.
    • Truck-mounted Concrete Mixer Pump: These mixer pumps are mounted on trucks, which provide both mixing and pumping capabilities. They offer high maneuverability, and the entire unit can be easily transported to the construction site.

    Based on Mixer Types:

    • Drum Concrete Mixer Pump: This type of concrete mixer pump has a cylindrical drum where the concrete materials are mixed. It can mix and pump concrete simultaneously. The drum rotates to mix the concrete, and then the pumping system pumps the mixed concrete to the desired location through a pipeline. Drum concrete mixer pumps are commonly used for smaller construction projects or in areas with limited space.
    • Twin-shaft Concrete Mixer Pump: This type of concrete mixer pump uses a twin-shaft mixer to mix the concrete materials. The twin-shaft design ensures a thorough and efficient mixing process, resulting in a high-quality concrete mixture. The mixed concrete is then pumped to the desired location through a separate pumping system. Twin-shaft concrete mixer pumps are generally used for larger construction projects that require a higher production capacity and superior concrete quality.

    These different types of concrete mixer pumps provide versatility and options to meet various construction requirements, enabling efficient mixing and pumping of concrete in different scenarios.

    Types of Concrete Mixer Pumps For Sale

    Welcome to our selection of Concrete Mixer Pumps for sale, offering both diesel and electric options to suit your specific needs. Designed for optimal efficiency, these pumps combine mixing and pumping functions to streamline your construction process. 

    Choose the diesel type for robust power and reliability;

    or the electric type for sustainability and quiet operation. 

    Whether you’re working on residential, commercial, or municipal projects, our high-pressure, compact, and durable pumps are your cost-effective solution. 

    Experience increased productivity, reduced labor costs, and enhanced quality control with our Concrete Mixer Pumps. Upgrade your construction capabilities with us today.

    Diesel Type Concrete Drum Mixer Pump

    Models:

    JBS30 ~ JBS50

    Max. Pumping Pressure:

    6 – 10MPa

    Diesel Engineering Power:

    52 – 92 KW

    Primarily powered by diesel, it stands out for its exceptional performance in areas with limited or unreliable electricity. 

     The diesel variant offers unique advantages such as superior power, greater mobility, and operational reliability in remote areas, making it a cost-effective solution that ensures quality and reduces labor costs.

    Recommended Models:

    JBS30 Diesel Concrete Mixer Pump For Small Projects

    JBS50 Diesel Concrete Mixer Pump For Large Projects

    JBS30 Diesel Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 30m³/h

    Diesel Engineering Power: 52kw

    JBS40 Diesel Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Diesel Engineering Power: 82kw

    JBS50 Diesel Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 50m³/h

    Diesel Engineering Power: 92kw

    Electric Type Drum Concrete Mixer Pump

    Models:

    JBS30 ~ JBS40

    Max. Pumping Pressure:

    10 – 10MPa

    Electrical Engineering Power:

    37 – 45KW

    The electric concrete mixer pump is a testament to modern engineering, providing a cost-effective, eco-friendly, and user-friendly solution for today’s construction needs.

    The electric variant is compact, easy to operate, and produces less noise, making it suitable for residential and commercial projects in populated areas. Its unique features include consistent performance, low running costs, and minimal maintenance needs.

    Recommended Models:

    JBS30 Electric Concrete Mixer Pump For Residential Projects

    JBS40 Electric Concrete Mixer Pump For Commercial Projects

    JBS30 Electric Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 30m³/h

    Electrical Engineering Power: 37kw

    JBS40 Electric Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Electrical Engineering Power: 45kw

    Concrete Mixer Pump with Vertical Shaft Mixer

    Models:

    JW40C-750 ~ JW40C-1000 

    Max. Pumping Pressure:

    10MPa

    Electrical Engineering Power:

    37 – 45KW

    Vertical shaft concrete mixer is a special concrete mixer, it can be used to mix the concrete independently, also can be applied in the concrete batching plant as the mixing engine. 

    Concrete pan mixer is used to mix plastic concrete, dry and harsh concrete, fluidity concrete, light weight aggregate and mortar.

    Recommended Models:

    JW40C-750Electric Concrete Mixer Pump For Residential Projects

    JW40C-1000  Electric Concrete Mixer Pump For Commercial Projects

    JW40C-750 Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Hopper Capacity: 600L

    JBS4JW40C-1000 Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Hopper Capacity: 600L

    Concrete Mixer Pump with Twin Shaft Mixer

    Models:

    JBS40C-500 ~ JBS40D-JS500

    Max. Pumping Pressure:

    10MPa

    Electrical Engineering Power:

    37 – 45KW

    Concrete mixer pump with twin shaft concrete mixer has excellent mixing effect for dry-hardness, semi-dry-hardness, plasticity and various proportions of concrete.

    It can mix dry hard concrete, plastic concrete, fluid concrete, light aggregate concrete and various mortars. Suitable for all kinds of construction projects, concrete batching plants and precast construction plants.

    JBS40C-500 Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Hopper Capacity: 600L

    JBS40C-750 Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Hopper Capacity: 600L

    JBS40D-JS500 Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Hopper Capacity: 600L

    JBS40D-JS750 Concrete Mixer Pump

    Max. Theo. Concrete Output: 40m³/h

    Hopper Capacity: 600L

    Specifications of Concrete Mixer Pump

    Detailed Specifications of Diesel Powered Concrete Mixer Pump:

    ItemDiesel Type JBS30-6-52RDiesel Type JBS40-10-82RDiesel Type JBS50-10-92R
    Max. theo. concrete output(L./H)M3/h304050
    Mixer rated feed capacitym30.560.560.56
    Mixer rated discharge capacitym30.450.450.45
    Max.concrete pumping pressure(H./L.)MPa61010
    Distribution valve typeS ValveS ValveS Valve
    Concrete cylinder diameter×strokemmФ200×500Φ180/1000Ф200×800
    Diesel engine modelYuchai/WeichaiWeichai Deutz WP4G110E220Yuchai 92KW
    Diesel engineering powerKW528292
    Circuit typeOpen circuitOpen circuitOpen circuit
    Max. theoretical vertical/horizontal conveying distancem120/300120/500130/600
    Max. aggregate diametermmSlick/scree:20~40Slick/scree:40/50Slick/scree:40/50

    Detailed Specifications of Electric Powered Concrete Mixer Pump:

    ItemElectric Type JBS30-10-37Electric Type JBS40-10-45
    Max. theo. concrete output(L./H)M3/h3040
    Mixer rated feed capacitym30.560.56
    Mixer rated discharge capacitym30.450.45
    Max.concrete pumping pressure(H./L.)MPa1010
    Distribution valve typeS  ValveS  ValveS  Valve
    Winding motor powerKW5.55.5
    Stir the motor PowerKW4.54.5
    Water pump motor powerKW0.550.55
    Electrical engineering powerKW3745
    Rotate speedr/min14801480
    Circuit type Open circuitOpen circuit
    Pumping system pressureMPa2828
    Capacity of oil tankL260370
    Max. theoretical vertical/horizontal conveying distancem120/300120/500
    Max. aggregate diametermmSlick/scree:20~40Slick/scree:40/50

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    The Advantages of Our Concrete Mixer Pump

    Versatility: A concrete mixer pump is capable of mixing and pumping concrete, making it a two-in-one solution for construction needs. It can handle various types of concrete, making it suitable for different construction projects;

    Efficiency: The concrete mixer pump operates at a high speed, reducing the time taken to mix and pump concrete. This high efficiency leads to increased productivity in construction projects;

    Ease of Operation: The concrete mixer pump is designed with user-friendly controls, making it easy to operate. Even with minimal training, operators can effectively use the machine;

    Durability: Built with robust materials, the concrete mixer pump is designed to withstand harsh construction site conditions and serve for a long time. It requires minimal maintenance, which reduces its operating costs;

    Mobility: Our concrete mixer pumps are designed with wheels or are mountable on trucks, this mobility enhances their convenience in handling different projects across various locations.

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    Difference Between Concrete Mixer Pump and Other Pumps

    Certainly! Let’s compare mixer pumps and other types of concrete pumps from different aspects:

    1. Functionality:

    • Mixer Pump: Mixes and pumps concrete simultaneously, allowing for on-site mixing and continuous placement.
    • Trailer-Mounted Pump: Only pumps concrete; requires pre-mixed concrete for delivery.
    • Truck-Mounted Pump: Has integrated mixing capabilities and pumps concrete directly from the truck.
    • Stationary Pump: Primarily used for continuous concrete flow in fixed locations.

    2. Mobility and Flexibility:

    • Mixer Pump: Relatively mobile and suitable for small to medium-sized projects.
    • Trailer-Mounted Pump: Highly mobile and can be towed to various job sites.
    • Truck-Mounted Pump: Offers mobility and flexibility with its integrated mixer and boom system.
    • Stationary Pump: Not mobile; installed in one location for long-term projects.

    3. Concrete Placement and Reach:

    • Mixer Pump: Offers versatile concrete placement capabilities with the use of a pipeline.
    • Trailer-Mounted Pump: Can deliver concrete through a flexible or rigid pipeline.
    • Truck-Mounted Pump: Combines mixing and pumping capabilities, reaching higher elevations and longer distances.
    • Stationary Pump: Typically used for large-scale projects requiring long-distance concrete placement.

    4. Volume and Speed:

    • Mixer Pump: Suitable for smaller volume concrete placements with a moderate pumping speed.
    • Trailer-Mounted Pump: Capable of handling larger volumes with faster pumping speed.
    • Truck-Mounted Pump: Provides high volumes of concrete with efficient pumping rates.
    • Stationary Pump: Designed for large-scale projects, offering high volumes and continuous concrete flow.

    5. Suitability for Different Projects:

    • Mixer Pump: Ideal for residential and small to medium-sized construction projects.
    • Trailer-Mounted Pump: Commonly used for medium to large-scale construction sites and high-rise buildings.
    • Truck-Mounted Pump: Versatile and suitable for a wide range of projects, including high-rise construction and infrastructure.
    • Stationary Pump: Designed for massive projects like dams, bridges, and power plants.

    In summary, mixer pumps excel at on-site mixing and continuous concrete placement on small to medium-sized projects. Trailer-mounted pumps are highly mobile and suitable for various job sites, while truck-mounted pumps offer versatility and integrated mixing capabilities. Stationary pumps provide continuous concrete flow for large-scale projects. The choice depends on project requirements, mobility needs, concrete placement distance, and desired pumping volume.

    Applications of Concrete Mixer Pump

    A concrete pump with a mixer for sale, also known as a mixer pump, offers several applications in construction projects. Some common applications include:

    Residential Construction: Mixer pumps are widely used in residential construction projects for tasks such as pouring foundations, building floors, and constructing walls. The ability to mix and pump concrete on-site makes them highly efficient for these applications.

    Commercial Construction: Mixer pumps are suitable for various commercial construction projects, including the construction of commercial buildings, warehouses, and retail spaces. They can efficiently handle the concrete placement requirements of these projects, especially when continuous concrete pouring is needed.

    Infrastructure Projects: Mixer pumps find applications in infrastructure projects such as road construction, bridges, and tunnels. They can deliver concrete to remote or challenging locations, including elevated structures or sites with limited access.

    Industrial Construction: Mixer pumps are often utilized in industrial construction projects, such as factories, power plants, and manufacturing facilities. Their ability to mix concrete on-site and transport it quickly and accurately makes them crucial for these projects’ efficiency.

    Renovation and Remodeling: Mixer pumps are also beneficial for renovation and remodeling projects where a reliable and efficient concrete supply is necessary. They can be used for tasks like floor leveling, structural repairs, and adding concrete overlays.

    Pool and Landscaping Construction: Mixer pumps are commonly employed in the construction of swimming pools and landscapes. They allow for precise and controlled placement of concrete in various shapes and configurations, including pool foundations, decks, and decorative elements like pathways and retaining walls.

    Remote Construction Sites: Mixer pumps are particularly suitable for construction projects in remote areas or sites with limited access to concrete batching plants. Their ability to mix concrete on-site reduces transport costs and ensures a fresh and consistent concrete supply.

    On-Demand Concrete Needs: Mixer pumps are valuable for projects that require small to medium volumes of concrete at frequent intervals. They can be beneficial for applications like flooring, concrete repairs, and small-scale construction projects where immediate concrete placement is vital.

    Factors Affect the Concrete Mixer With Pumps Price

    The price of a concrete mixer with pumps can be influenced by various factors. Here are some key factors that can affect the pricing:

    1. Capacity and Performance: The size and capacity of the mixer pump can significantly impact its price. Mixer pumps with larger capacity and higher performance capabilities typically come at a higher cost compared to smaller or less powerful models.
    2. Brand and Quality: Reputed brands that offer high-quality and reliable mixer pumps often command a higher price. The reputation, durability, and performance track record of a brand can contribute to the pricing.
    3. Features and Technology: Advanced features and technological innovations incorporated into a mixer pump can affect its price. For example, features like a remote control system, automatic operation modes, integrated control panels, and advanced hydraulic systems may increase the cost.
    4. Mobility and Flexibility: The mobility and flexibility of a mixer pump can impact its price. Mixer pumps with higher mobility, such as trailer-mounted or truck-mounted pumps, may have a higher price tag compared to stationary models.
    5. Accessories and Attachments: Additional accessories or attachments included with the mixer pump, such as extension chutes, spare parts, pipelines, or optional components, can affect the overall price.
    6. Market Conditions: Market demand and supply dynamics, including factors like currency exchange rates, inflation, and manufacturing costs, can influence the pricing of concrete mixer pumps. Fluctuations in raw material prices, availability of components, or market competition can also impact pricing.
    7. After-Sales Support and Service: Manufacturers that offer comprehensive after-sales support, warranty coverage, and service networks may price their products accordingly. The availability of spare parts and the reputation of the manufacturer’s customer service can influence the pricing as well.
    8. Additional Factors: Other factors that can affect the price include customizations or modifications to meet specific project requirements, transportation and delivery costs, and any applicable taxes or import duties.

    It’s important to consider the specific requirements of your project and balance them with your budget when evaluating the pricing of a concrete mixer with pumps. It’s advisable to compare multiple suppliers, request quotations, and consider the long-term performance and reliability of the equipment rather than just focusing on the initial price.

    Concrete Mixer With Pump Manufacturers/Supplier

    When looking for a reliable concrete mixer with pump manufacturer or supplier, there are several key features to consider:

    Reputation and Experience: Choose a manufacturer or supplier with a strong reputation and extensive experience in the construction machinery industry. Look for companies that have been in business for a considerable period and have a track record of delivering quality products and services.

    Quality and Durability: Assess the quality and durability of the concrete mixer pumps offered by the manufacturer or supplier. Consider factors such as the materials used, manufacturing processes, and quality control measures in place. High-quality components and robust construction will ensure the longevity and performance of the machine.

    Advanced Technology and Innovation: Look for manufacturers or suppliers that incorporate advanced technologies and innovations into their concrete mixer pumps. Features such as automated operation modes, remote control systems, advanced hydraulic systems, and energy-efficient designs can enhance productivity and efficiency.

    Range of Models and Options: Choose a manufacturer or supplier that offers a wide range of concrete mixer pump models to suit your specific requirements. Having options in terms of capacity, performance, mobility (trailer-mounted, truck-mounted, or stationary), and customizable features allows you to select the most suitable machine for your projects.

    After-Sales Support and Service: Consider the after-sales support and service provided by the manufacturer or supplier. A reliable company should offer a comprehensive warranty, prompt technical support, readily available spare parts, and a well-established service network. This ensures that any issues or maintenance needs can be addressed promptly and efficiently.

    Customer Reviews and Feedback: Look for customer reviews and feedback online to gain insights into the experiences of other buyers. Positive reviews and recommendations from satisfied customers can indicate the reliability and trustworthiness of the manufacturer or supplier.

    Price and Value for Money: While price should not be the sole determining factor, it is essential to evaluate the pricing of the concrete mixer pumps offered by different manufacturers or suppliers. Look for a balance between quality, features, and price to ensure value for money.

    How Many Countries Our Concrete Mixer With Pump Has Arrived?

    Our concrete mixer with pump has been exported to the following countries, includes but not limited:

    • Africa: Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania,
    • Asia: Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, East Timor, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga
    • North America: Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Jamaica, Dominica, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Trinidad and Tobago
    • South America: Guyana, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay

    Recent Project in Mexico: Construction of a new high-rise building
    Time: 18/03/2024
    The concrete mixer with pump was able to quickly and efficiently pump concrete to the верхние этажи building, saving time and labor costs.

    Recent Project in Tanzania: Construction of a new highway in Tanzania
    Equipment: 05/03/2024
    Result: The two concrete mixers with pumps were able to keep up with the demand for concrete, ensuring that the highway was completed on time and within budget.

    Recent Project in Philippines: Construction of a new bridge in the Philippines
    Time: 27/02/2024
    The three concrete mixers with pumps were able to pump concrete to the difficult-to-reach areas of the bridge, ensuring that the bridge was built to the highest standards.

    Our concrete mixer with pump is a high-quality, durable machine that is ideal for a variety of construction projects. If you are looking for a concrete mixer with pump, we encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our products and services.

    Concrete Mixer Pump Compared with a Concrete Pump

    Concrete mixer pumps are machines that both mix and pump concrete. This makes them a more versatile option than concrete pumps, which can only pump concrete that has already been mixed.

    Advantages of concrete mixer pumps:

    • Can mix and pump concrete in one step: This saves time and labor costs.
    • More portable than concrete pumps: Concrete mixer pumps are mounted on a truck chassis, which makes them easy to transport from job site to job site.
    • Can be used in a wider variety of applications: Concrete mixer pumps can be used to pour concrete slabs, foundations, walls, and other structures.

    Advantages of concrete pumps:

    • Can pump concrete over longer distances: Concrete pumps can pump concrete over longer distances than concrete mixer pumps.
    • Can pump concrete to higher elevations: Concrete pumps can pump concrete to higher elevations than concrete mixer pumps.
    • Can be used with a wider variety of concrete mixes: Concrete pumps can be used with a wider variety of concrete mixes than concrete mixer pumps.

    Ultimately, the best choice for your project will depend on the specific requirements of the job. If you need to mix and pump concrete in one step, and you need a portable machine that can be used in a variety of applications, then a concrete mixer pump is a good option. If you need to pump concrete over longer distances or to higher elevations, then a concrete pump is a better choice.

    Here is a table that summarizes the key differences between concrete mixer pumps and concrete pumps:

    FeatureConcrete Mixer PumpConcrete Pump
    Can mix and pump concreteYesNo
    PortabilityMore portableLess portable
    VersatilityMore versatileLess versatile
    Pumping distanceShorterLonger
    Pumping heightLowerHigher
    Concrete mix compatibilityNarrowerWider

    How Does Concrete Mixer Pump With Batching Work?

    A concrete mixer pump and batching plant work together to produce and deliver concrete to a construction site. The batching plant mixes the concrete ingredients together, and the concrete mixer pump pumps the mixed concrete to the desired location.

    The concrete mixer pump is typically positioned near the concrete batching plant. A hose is used to connect the concrete mixer pump to the batching plant’s discharge chute.

    Once the concrete mixer pump is connected to the batching plant, the batching plant will begin to discharge concrete into the mixer pump’s hopper. The mixer pump will then mix the concrete and pump it through the hose to the desired location.

    The concrete mixer pump can be used to pump concrete over long distances and to high elevations. This makes it an ideal choice for projects such as high-rise buildings, bridges, and tunnels.

    What Is Concrete Consistency?

    The consistency of concrete is a measure of how easily it can be poured and worked. It is determined by the water-to-cement ratio (w/c ratio) of the concrete mix. A lower w/c ratio will produce a stiffer, less workable concrete, while a higher w/c ratio will produce a more fluid, more workable concrete.

    The consistency of concrete is important because it affects the following properties of the concrete:

    • Workability: The ease with which the concrete can be placed and compacted.
    • Strength: The compressive strength and flexural strength of the concrete.
    • Durability: The resistance of the concrete to weathering, chemicals, and abrasion.

    The ideal consistency of concrete will vary depending on the application. For example, concrete that is used for pouring foundations will need to be stiffer and less workable than concrete that is used for pouring slabs.

    There are a number of factors that can affect the consistency of concrete, including:

    • The water-to-cement ratio: The w/c ratio is the most important factor that affects the consistency of concrete. A lower w/c ratio will produce a stiffer concrete, while a higher w/c ratio will produce a more fluid concrete.
    • The type of cement: Different types of cement have different water requirements. For example, portland cement requires more water than masonry cement.
    • The type of aggregates: The size, shape, and gradation of the aggregates can affect the consistency of concrete. For example, a concrete mix that contains a lot of fine aggregates will be more workable than a concrete mix that contains a lot of coarse aggregates.
    • The presence of admixtures: Admixtures are chemicals that can be added to concrete to modify its properties. Some admixtures can be used to increase the workability of concrete, while others can be used to decrease the workability of concrete.

    It is important to control the consistency of concrete carefully. If the concrete is too stiff, it will be difficult to place and compact, which can lead to voids and other defects in the concrete. If the concrete is too fluid, it will be difficult to control, which can lead to segregation of the aggregates and other problems.

    The consistency of concrete can be measured using a slump test. The slump test measures how much a sample of concrete will slump after it has been placed in a cone-shaped mold and then removed. The slump of concrete is expressed in millimeters (mm).

    The ideal slump for concrete will vary depending on the application. For example, concrete that is used for pouring foundations will typically have a slump of 50-75 mm, while concrete that is used for pouring slabs will typically have a slump of 100-150 mm.

    How Does Our Concrete Mixer Pump Ensure Concrete Consistency?

    Our concrete mixer pump ensures concrete consistency by precisely controlling the water-to-cement ratio (w/c ratio) of the concrete mix. The w/c ratio is the most important factor that affects the consistency of concrete. A lower w/c ratio will produce a stiffer, less workable concrete, while a higher w/c ratio will produce a more fluid, more workable concrete.

    Our concrete mixer pump is equipped with a computerized control system that monitors the w/c ratio of the concrete mix in real time. The control system automatically adjusts the amount of water that is added to the concrete mix to ensure that the w/c ratio is maintained at the desired level.

    In addition to controlling the w/c ratio, our concrete mixer pump also uses a variety of other techniques to ensure concrete consistency, including:

    • Using high-quality materials: We use only the highest quality cement, aggregates, and admixtures in our concrete mix. This helps to ensure that the concrete is strong, durable, and consistent.
    • Mixing the concrete thoroughly: Our concrete mixer pump uses a high-energy mixing system to ensure that the concrete is thoroughly mixed. This helps to prevent segregation of the concrete ingredients and ensures that the concrete is uniform throughout.
    • Pumping the concrete at a controlled rate: Our concrete mixer pump pumps the concrete at a controlled rate to prevent segregation of the concrete ingredients. This helps to ensure that the concrete is placed in a uniform and consistent manner.

    By controlling the w/c ratio and using a variety of other techniques, our concrete mixer pump ensures that the concrete is consistent from batch to batch. This helps to ensure that the concrete meets the specifications for the project and that the finished product is strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing.

    Concrete Mixer Pump Price

    ModelPrice Range
    Diesel Powered Concrete Mixer Pump$2,000 – $4,400
    Electric Powered Concrete Mixer Pump$2,000 – $4,400

    Our concrete mixer pumps are competitively priced, with a range provided as a reference. However, the final cost can be influenced by several factors including model, capacity, technological features, and any additional specifications you may require.

    The price can also vary depending on the customization services you opt for, as we strive to meet your specific project needs and budget constraints. We offer a bespoke service, allowing you to tailor your concrete mixer pump to your exact requirements.

    Remember, investing in our equipment is not just about the initial cost, but the value, efficiency, and long-term savings it provides.

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