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Tri-State Concrete Services, Fort Collins Based Concrete Company

Tri-State Concrete & Excavation

Concrete Pumping

Concrete Pumping

What is Truck Mounted Boom Pumping?

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Boom Pumping allows you to get concrete to locations where trucks and other equipment can’t reach. For difficult to reach places, where most construction vehicles and machinery can't get to, concrete pumping utilizing a placing boom, known as Concrete Boom Pumping makes it easier to pour and place concrete in locations that can be difficult to reach.

This can include mountainsides, sites blocked by other existing structures, or structures being built across a water channel. Concrete Boom Pumping is a method of concrete pumping that uses a pump which runs through a pipe or delivery line guided by a robotically controlled boom, or long pivotable arm.

The placing boom is usually mounted on a truck which can get to places where standard concrete pumping equipment cannot reach for concrete placing. Our truck mounted boom can help with concrete pumping for basements and foundations and concrete retaining walls.

Tri-State specializes in concrete pumping and placing but also can also take care of excavations and site prep. Click here for more information on all of our concrete pumping services

Advantages of Boom Pumping for Concrete Placement

Concrete can be pumped from further distances and in higher locations. Boom pumping also enables you to get to areas that aren't reachable by crane for pouring and placing.

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Boom pumping also allows flexibility so smaller amounts of concrete can be poured in multiple locations.

Boom pumping saves time, space, and labor.

Concrete pumping and pouring using a placing boom allows for less equipment, as well as fewer trucks, construction vehicles, and laborers accessing your construction site.

This saves you time on site preparation and materials, and also means less wear on the terrain, less space taken up, and a safer worksite. Because of its reach, a boom truck can often remain in the same place for an entire pour. This allows ready mix trucks to discharge their loads directly into the pump’s hopper at one central location saving time and the need for additional transport.

The 32-meter boom truck offers a great balance between reach and set-up space for the concrete pump. This allows for greater flexibility for concrete pouring and placing.

Ideal for residential and commercial job sites where concrete placing is needed but space can be limited. It is considered to be the best all-around concrete boom pump type for fast, unfolding, easy cleanout and precision placing.

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We specialize in pumping concrete to hard to reach commercial and residential locations throughout the Front Range and mountains. Based out of Fort Collins, Colorado.