Trailer-mounted concrete pump HBT6013C-5Ifor construction

trailer-mounted concrete pump
trailer-mounted concrete pump
trailer-mounted concrete pump
trailer-mounted concrete pump
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65 m³/h (2,295 ft³/h)


Sany HBT6013C-5I trailer pump has maximum output of 65 cubic meter per hour, equipped with self-diagnosis technology monitoring the pump status at any time as well as diagnosing more than 50 faults in real time. The 65 cubic meter trailer pump is capable of reducing the troubles shooting time by 70%, granting you both time and peace of mind. 5 Key Pump Technology ADVANCED HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Differential pressure controlled, bi-directional hydraulic system. Sany trailer mounted concrete pump hydraulic system pump controls use differential pressure sensing technology and bi-directional pumps. The bi-directional pumps feature smooth direction change abilities. The open loop charge system continually circulates the hydraulic oil for filtration and cooling. The constant supply of filtered, cooled hydraulic oil prolongs equipment life and lowers maintenance costs. High flow, high efficiency valve system Our system adopts a high pressure, high flow electro-hydraulic main control valve and an integrated valve with optimized tubing design and layout. The system features a short reversing design, low pressure loss, low temperature and high reliability. Automatically retracted pistons With the press of a button, the two pistons return to the water tank. This reduces daily maintenance time and extends the life of the pistons. INTELLIGENT CONTROL SYSTEM Fault self-diagnosis technology The intelligent control system monitors the machine for over 50 faults in real time. Faults are displayed on the monitor. Review of the faults can reduce troubleshooting time by 70%.
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