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Thursday, 17 June 2010 22:58
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Concrete Pumping Can Keep Jobs On Schedule 

Scheduling is one of the most critical aspects of a concrete pour. There is no room for down time on a busy job site. Contractors with the right equipment place concrete more efficiently, regardless of weather, time of day or job site conditions. Concrete pumps help mixer dispatchers by providing more predictable unloading times. The steady flow from the pump can also increase finisher productivity because of the lack of interruptions and delays.

Eliminating the need to build and move access ramps, concrete pumping can very often facilitate completion of an entire job from one location while keeping ready-mix trucks safely at the curb. Pumps also reduce excavating time from 10% to 15% and make backfilling easier.

Employee Productivity and Safety

Concrete pumping not only makes a concrete pour more convenient and consistent it improves on-the-job safety. Ready-mix trucks are kept at the curb, away from embankments, excavations and other dangerous obstructions and concrete can be placed exactly where you want it.

Consistent Quality Work 

Labor and time savings mean nothing if the quality of concrete placement does not meet expectations. For years, contractors pumping concrete have produced superior quality while reducing costly callbacks. Direct placement of concrete without re-handling also improves concrete quality. 

In addition, concrete pumping does not require special mixes for optimum quality. A concrete pump will handle desired slumps and eliminate the need for excess water which can result in concrete cracking.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 June 2010 22:58