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Grout Pumps| Concrete Construction Magazine
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Getting Grout into a Wall| Concrete Construction Magazine
Mar 26, 2007· This pump requires 15 gpm of hydraulic oil at 2500 psi. It pumps up to 25 cu yd/hr, with maximum pumping distances at 100-ft vertically and 250-ft horizontally. It’s used for shotcrete, masonry grout, and aggregate concrete with up to ¾-in. stone.Blastcrete Equipment Co., 800-235-4867, www.blastcrete.com. Model deals with tough projectsAuthor: Author/Masonry-Construction-Staff
Dec 16, 2000· Getting grout into a wall often seems to be difficult for masons. But over the past 30 years or so, pumps have come into common use, making grouting of reinforced masonry walls much less burdensome. As both a lifting and placing device, pumps are indispensable for moving grout, although they are …