It’s important to properly manage time when working on a construction project to avoid wasting any labour or time. Any job requiring concrete must have concrete pumping with the help of Pumping Melbourne because it pushes the mix far more quickly than anyone, no matter how fast they are, could do with a wheelbarrow.

Transporting a freshly mixed batch of concrete to a particular spot on a site is known as concrete pumping. This could be to a home’s backyard or to a housing complex by pumping foundation-grade concrete into the proper location. When a large amount of concrete is required, concrete pumping is the ideal option because it saves a lot of time and labour. Even though a wheelbarrow could be less expensive, after transferring two barrows of concrete from a vehicle to its final destination, you’ll quickly wish you had a concrete pump.

The two most popular kinds of concrete pumps are boom pumps and ground pumps (also known as line pumps). They are utilised for several reasons, including



The concrete is fed into a ground pump, which travels along the ground to the precise location where it is required. For instance, the pump can fit through a small opening, conveying concrete with the least amount of trouble, if you require concrete for your garden but there is a little lane down the side of your house blocking the concrete lorry’s access to the back garden.


Areas that a ground pump can’t even access are covered by a boom pump. When concrete is needed on higher land, like as the top floor of an apartment building, these pumps use a remote-controlled, occasionally extensible arm that can reach up and over residences and other impediments.

Living in the middle of a row of terraced houses and needing concrete for your back garden patio? The arm’s agility allows it to transfer concrete securely and rapidly to practically any position. There is no need for energy-draining wheelbarrow journeys because a boom pump can quickly and easily push concrete into place above your house and into your garden. On a variety of projects, our 28-meter boom pumps have helped to speed up and ensure the safety of an operation that could otherwise take a long time.

Our vehicles mix the concrete and then discharge the mixture onto a “hopper” on the back of the truck, where it is stirred to keep the concrete flowing. After being drawn from the hopper into the pump, the concrete is then carried down the pump to the desired place. After the procedure is complete, “reverse pumping” may be used to clean the hose following a pour.

The most effective, safest, and efficient way to move concrete throughout a construction site is by concrete pumping. Customers in Surrey and the surrounding areas may rely on Total Concrete for experienced concrete pumping services. Please get in contact with us today if you have any questions; we’ll be pleased to assist you.



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