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2021 CHEVROLET SILVERADO Concrete Pump Truck in Canal Winchester, OH
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2021 Chevrolet Silverado 3500, Concrete Body, Transmission, 4x4, 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Regular Cab 4x4, Concrete Body ---- 2021 Chevrolet Silv...
Jeff Wyler Chevrolet of Columbus - Website
Canal Winchester, OH - 288 mi. away

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    A concrete pump truck uses a boom arm to pump wet concrete into a high or hard to access location. Today, concrete pump trucks are used often, for a variety of jobs. When it comes to any task that requires concrete, especially in areas that are difficult to reach, a concrete pump truck is a very useful machine to have onsite. Concrete pump trucks have many advantages; they can reach high up, over houses and into yards. The pump places the concrete exactly where you need it, and does it quickly and efficiently so you save significant labor time and cost. Before concrete pump trucks were available, laying concrete was a job that required a great deal of manpower. Concrete was mixed on the jobsite and transported by wheelbarrow, pulled by workers to the spot where it was needed. Concrete pump trucks represented revolutionary technology, making it much faster to get jobs done.

    How does a concrete pump truck work? The concrete pump truck pours the mixed concrete into a hopper located on the back of the truck. There is a grate on the hopper that filters out any large pieces of rock, lumps of concrete, or anything that may potentially clog the hose of the truck. The hopper also continues to turn the concrete in order to keep it from hardening before it can get pumped out. After the concrete hits the hopper, it is sucked through a valve system and pushed out in intervals. As long as the hopper continues to stay full and clear of clogs, the concrete pump truck will mix and pump out concrete smoothly.

    Concrete is a material used for many jobs in the construction industry. Foundations for buildings, patios for homes, and sidewalks are just a few important things that require concrete. A concrete pump truck is a must-have machine to effectively and efficiently get any concrete placing job complete.