Ready Mix Trolley
Ready Mix Screed is considered to be a good option for work sites where the storage of materials is difficult. But there is always the drawback of heavy traffic posing as a hurdle in getting the screed at the site on time..
For this we have specially designed trolleys; that can carry up to 1ton of mortar weight & can fit into lifts & enter into a small passage. It is advantageous for pouring screed in areas where pumping is difficult or impossible, e.g. Glass closed buildings, working area, shopping malls etc. Special mechanism allows unloading in no time.
Site Mixing Pumps
Site mixing of screed is a very efficient and economic way of screed mixing and is suitable for most projects, provided the screed is force action mixed and the work is handled by a skilled work force. The three methods that we generally for site mixing of screeds are:
Forced Action Mixers: Forced action mixing is the most efficient and economic method for producing high quality screed mixes on site. Forced action mixing blends the cement & mix homogeneously and is ideal when additives or admixtures are to be added. Forced action mixers are usually of two types:
Screed Pumps: These are generally used for forced action mixing of large quantities of screed at the work site.
Pan Mixers: These are portable forced action mixers which are ideal for producing high quality screed mix at work sites where the use of bigger equipments is difficult.
Truck Mounted Pump
A concrete pump is a machine used for transferring wet mixed concrete by pumping at the desired site and are of two types.
The first type of concrete pump is attached to a truck. It is known as a trailer-mounted boom concrete pump because it uses a remote-controlled articulating robotic arm (called a boom) to place concrete with pinpoint accuracy. Boom pumps are used on most of the large construction projects as they are capable of pumping at very high volumes and because of the labor saving nature of the placing boom. They are a revolutionary alternative to truck-mounted concrete pumps.
The second main type of concrete pump is either mounted on a truck and known as a truck-mounted concrete pump 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. 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 job sites such as mines and tunnels.