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A concrete pump is a mechanism that is used to distribute wet concrete at construction sites. A built-in diesel engine is used to power a hydraulic system that supplies mechanical effort for the wet concrete to be pumped and poured in areas that are not easy for larger pieces of equipment to get to. It accomplishes this by using a type of large hose or pipes that attach at the point of output of the concrete pump. Before leaving the machine, the wet concrete travels through a receiving hopper, pumping cylinders, and a valve system that regulates the volume of concrete that flows through the hose or pipes.

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  • Schwing 42SX, 2007, Concrete Pumps

    Schwing 42SXFront tires / undercarriage remaining: RearTyreCondition%, Additional Information: 2007 Schwing 42 Meter 2007 Mack MR688S truck 3141 PTO Hours 18501 Truck hours 548868 Odometer Good working condition Tires 50% radio remote

    Concrete Pumps
    2007
    United States, None
    7d

    188,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2007, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF58.20HAdditional Information: Description: 58M boom pump, Pump Hours 3891, Truck Hours 14,230, Truck Miles 120,950. New set of twin wall pipe. New tires. New rear end in

    Concrete Pumps
    2007
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    490,000 USD
  •  Putzmeister.com BSF 36Z.16H, 2005, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister.com BSF 36Z.16HPump power: 257.35, Pump information: Transmission: T310 | Pump Cell: 16H | Pump Hours: 784 | Strokes: 1120983 |, Chassi manufacturer: Mack

    Concrete Pumps
    2005 20,851 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    240,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2010, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF 38Z.16HPump information: Pump Hours: 1777|, Chassi manufacturer: Mack MRU 613

    Concrete Pumps
    2010 10,767 h
    United States

    265 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2004, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF38Z.16HPump information: Truck Hours: 176521| Pump Year: 2004| Chassis: M86885| Pump Cell: 16H| Output: 360 Bar| Pump Hours: 3047.4| Stroke Counter: 1787134| VIN: 1M, Additional Information: Category: 31-39M Boom Pumps Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2004
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    205,000 USD
  • Schwing 2525H-5/S42SX, 2005, Concrete Pumps

    Schwing 2525H-5/S42SXPump power: 294.2, Pump information: Chassis: MR688S | Truck Hours: 9354 | Pump Hours: 2671 | Engine: 400 HP | Pump Cell: 2525 H | Transmission: T309 |, Chassi manufacturer: Mack

    Concrete Pumps
    2005 2,671 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    205,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2012, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF 47Z. 16HPump information: Pump Year: 2012| Pump Cell: 16H| Output: 360 Bar| Stroke Counter: 1856055| Engine/HP: 405 HP| Transmission: T310 Ten Speed| Pump Hours: 2289, Chassi manufacturer: Mack MRU 613 Chassis

    Concrete Pumps
    2012 13,487 h
    United States

    515,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2005, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF32Z.16HAdditional Information: Description: 32 Meter. 1050 Pump Hours, 95,000 Truck Miles. Category: 31-39 Meter Boom Pumps. Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2005
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    On Request
  • Meyco Suprema, 2008, Concrete Pumps

    Meyco SupremaAdditional Information: Conc Pump - Skid Elc

    Concrete Pumps
    2008 985 h
    United States, 51561, Pacific Junction, IA

    26,125 USD
  • Schwing S45SX, 2007, Concrete Pumps

    Schwing BPL2525-H6 S45SXPump information: Pump Year: 2008| Chassis: MR6885| Pump Cell: 2525H-6| Pump Hours: 8577| VIN: 1M2K197C47MO39666| Engine/HP: 400 HP| Transmission: T309 Nine S, Additional Information: Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2007 12,989 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    215,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2013, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF36Z.16HPump information: Pump Year: 2013| Chassis: MRU613| Pump Cell: 16H| Output: 360 Bar| Stroke Counter: 1140751| Pump Hours: 1824| VIN: 1M2AV04C6eMO10991| Engine, Additional Information: Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2013 9,778 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    325,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2016, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF61.18HLSPump information: Machine Hours: 98006| Machine Strokes: 90725| Boom Serial Number: 70212121| Boom Hours: 98006| Engine Hours: 3981| Date arrived: 4-26-18| Da, Additional Information: Description: 63M Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2016
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    885,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2007, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF28Z.12LMax horizontal reach: 2804.16, Additional Information: Description: 28 Meter boom pump. 2610 Boom Hours, 18312 Engine Hours, 162924 Truck Miles, 2610 Machine Hours. Inventory Location: Putzmeist

    Concrete Pumps
    2007
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    180,000 USD
  • Schwing S47SX, 2003, Concrete Pumps

    Schwing 23-4/S 47SXPump information: Boom Size: 47 Meter | Strokes: 26 | Material Pressure: 1007 |

    Concrete Pumps
    2003 21,146 h
    United States

    180,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2004, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF 36X-180Pump power: 257.35, Pump information: Pump Cell: 180 | Chassis: MR688S | Transmission: T310 | Pump Hours: 3688 |, Chassi manufacturer: Mack

    Concrete Pumps
    2004 3,701 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    215,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2005, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF38Z.16HPump information: Pump Year: 2006| Pump Cell: 16H| Output: 360 Bar| Stroke Counter: 1446520| Pump Hours: 1814| VIN: 49HHBVDE65RV59960| Engine/HP: CAT| Transmi, Chassi manufacturer: Sterling Condor Freightliner, Additional Information: Category: 31-39 Meter Boom Pump. Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2005 11,056 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    215,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2012, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF40Z.16HPump information: Pump Year: 2012| Chassis: MRU613| Pump Cell: 16H| Output: 360 Bar| Stroke Counter: 1231141| Pump Hours: 1905| VIN: 1M2AVO4C8DMO10229| Transm, Additional Information: Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2012 10,956 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    305,000 USD
  • Putzmeister BSF, 2006, Concrete Pumps

    Putzmeister BSF47Z.16HPump information: Pump Year: 2006| Chassis: MR6885| Pump Cell: 16H| Output: 360 Bar| VIN: 1M2K197CX6MO32669| Engine/HP: 400 HP| Transmission: T310 Ten Speed|, Additional Information: Inventory Location: Putzmeister

    Concrete Pumps
    2006 21,939 h
    United States, Sturtevant, Wisconsin

    360,000 USD
  • Schwing 52M, 1998, Concrete Pumps

    Schwing 52MFront tires / undercarriage remaining: RearTyreCondition%, Additional Information: 1998 Schwing 52M Pump on a 1997 Tor Chassis: pump hours: 6,350 - in good condition - Detroit 60 series engine 500 HP - 9 speed transmission

    Concrete Pumps
    1998
    United States, Tennessee

    150,000 USD
  • American LaFrance BSF 32Z.16H, 2008, Concrete Pumps

    American LaFrance BSF 32Z.16HPump information: Pump Year: 2008| Pump Hours: 3646| Chassis: Cab Over| VIN: 5XMANDEX7RY76753| Engine/HP: CAT| Transmission: Allison Auto| Pump Cell: 16H| Rad

    Concrete Pumps
    2008 13,936 h
    United States

    200,000 USD

The foundation for concrete pumps was laid in in pre-Nazi Germany during the construction of a tall war memorial when the crane and bucket being used to lift the wet concrete smashed into the memorial. Fritz Heil, an engineer on the project, then designed the first concrete pump to get the wet material safely to the top of the memorial. Concrete pumps didn't truly begin to gain popularity until after World War II, however. Due to so many cities across Europe being destroyed through bombing and military campaigns, the concrete pump stepped in as a way to reconstruct buildings more efficiently than by the previously used bucket method.

As every construction manager and worker knows, a thorough plan is mandatory before any building process can begin. Part of this plan includes the type of equipment that will be necessary to lay the foundation for the building or structure. When purchasing concrete pumps to accomplish this, project overseers should anticipate the size of the surface area and the time in which it needs to be filled as well as the methodology of dumping. For a project where areas of undried concrete would need to be traversed to reach another area, a truck mounted boom pump would allow the operator to accurately pump in an uncovered area by using its jointed arm while not touching any other wet concrete in the surrounding area. If the construction job also requires filling a heightened, framed area, such as a poured wall, the ability for the robotic-like arm of the mounted boom pump to reach upward allows the cement to be poured effortlessly.

While maintaining the same primary functionalities, concrete pumps often accomplish their objectives in a number of different ways. The concrete pumps used for construction can be broken down into three primary categories: stationary/trailered pump, truck mounted pump, and specialized usage pump. Stationary pumps are generally smaller and are often built on trailers to allow them to readily go from one job site to the next. As expected, these smaller concrete pumps have a lower output than their larger counterparts. Due to this they are commonly used for smaller, more accessible projects such as minor roadside construction, small homebuilding projects, and recreational areas like basketball courts and swimming pools. Truck mounted concrete pumps, sometimes called boom pumps, are the most well-versed of the construction material pumps. Not only do their large engines and hydraulic systems give them a high pumping rate they are also able to reach far and long distances when pumping. Its reachability is enabled by an articulated boom that can extend (sometimes over 100 ft) to pour concrete in wet or hard to reach areas.

Every year in February participants in the construction industry gather in Texas to network, learn, and demo new products that will be coming to construction sites in the near future. This event is of course called Construction World Expo. As the Midwest’s largest commercial and residential construction event, CWE provides its attendees with the opportunities to grow and improve their roles as members of the construction community. At Construction World Expo you can even talk to concrete pump manufacturers from brands like Schwing, Mercedes-Benz, and Disenwang. Attendees also have the opportunity to listen to industry-leading innovators discuss what will be coming in the near future for the construction industry. The next expo will take place February 21-22 in 2018.

For individuals and businesses alike in the market for used concrete pumps Mascus has made the buying process easier than ever. With private sellers from all around the world, buyers are able to peruse hundreds of used concrete pumps and locate one that most accurately fits what they need for their construction site. If one is looking for a particular make or manufacturing year buyers can use the specific filters to narrow their search accordingly. Sellers are able to get their used concrete pumps in the hands of future owners by going through a seamless registration on mascus.com. Upon completion, used concrete pump owners can publish their add to be seen worldwide.