Construction truck-mounted concrete pump K63L

construction truck-mounted concrete pump
construction truck-mounted concrete pump
construction truck-mounted concrete pump
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Characteristics

Applications
for construction
Output

180 m³/h (6,357 ft³/h)

Pumping pressure

83 bar (1,204 psi)

Description

Max vertical reach: 63 Max horizontal distance: 58 RRZ folding system OVERVIEW K63L, which belongs to the Steeltech range, offers high customization possibilities. It is mounted on 6 axles, has a weight of less than 60 tons and a 6-section boom with an RZ folding(that is, it combines a roll-and-fold with a Z-folding boom). STRENGTH AND RELIABILITY Booms on CIFA truck mounted pumps combine robustness and reliability. Each section was designed to have maximum structural resistance, reducing to a minimum areas subject to stress. VERSATILITY AND FLEXIBILITY Different boom configurations of CIFA truck mounted pumps guarantee maximum operation, versatility and allow to reach any area of the worksite, even those hardly accessible, guaranteeing rapidity when manoeuvring. PUMPING GROUP Completely removable, the pumping group ensures a delicate, continuous and regular flow. This technology guarantees an extremely effective system in pumping different kinds of concrete, with aggregates of every size, reducing – with equal payload – the number of cycles per minute ensuring minor wear and a longer life cycle to the machine. "S" VALVE The new 9" valve guarantees, always, maximum intake performance. The special geometry with different thicknesses allows to have a high anti wear resistance. WEAR PLATE AND RING Wear plate and ring are geometrically designed and realized with special materials with specific function of high resistance to abrasions and to stress they undergo due to concrete flow.
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