A boom pump is a truck-mounted pump that is ideal for pouring large amounts of
concrete quickly and at height. Boom Pumps can be used for hard-to-reach areas that a line pump or
belt conveyor cannot reach, such as the upper floors of a high-rise or apartment complex, over houses
for the construction of backyard swimming pools or patios, and into buildings for floors and additions.
Our Boom Pumps are the preferred method of concrete placement, and with the agility of being able to
reach up to 30 feet into a 10’ garage door it allows for the most placement versatility.
Line pumps utilize hoses at about ground level, relying on manpower to direct the
placement of the concrete. The hoses offer the flexibility to snake through alleys, doorways, hallways,
and around sensitive equipment where the Boom Pump may not fit. With hoses ranging from 5” wide
down to shotcrete nozzles, the Line Pump is almost as versatile as it’s Boom Pump cousin.
Commonly known as a Telebelt©, these are truck-mounted telescopic belt conveyors
used for placing high volumes of a variety of material. The versatility of Belt Conveyor allows one truck
to place materials like concrete, gravel, sand, and more all on the same jobsite in a short amount of
time. Putz brand
The Volumetric Mixer is a self-contained concrete plant mounted on a truck chassis.
The individual components of concrete are loaded into holding hoppers on the truck, the desired
concrete mix entered in the onboard computer, and the concrete is discharged out the back just like a
regular concrete delivery truck. The Volumetric can safely make up to 8 yards per load and is perfect for specialty mix designs and residential projects.
A Concrete Boom Pump is a type of equipment that 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 larger construction projects as they are capable of pumping at very high volumes and because of the labor saving nature of the placing boom.