Surelia Engineers' Concrete Placer for Mass Concreting

    Surelia Engineers' Concrete Placer

    Being one of the prominent leaders in construction and mining industry for the last three decades, Surelia Engineers has a significant solution ‘Tyre mounted self-propelled Mobile Concrete Placer for mass concreting, in its product portfolio that places concrete through conveyor belt and is suitable to move in rough terrain of soil and uneven surfaces.

    The Concrete Placer, a versatile and hydraulically operated machine is used for receiving and distributing concrete mix during the course of concrete and reinforced-concrete work. They are used for concrete placing and pouring for mass concreting purpose such as projects of Dams, Bridges, Culverts, Wind Mill foundation works, Trench, Canal work, Retention Wall, and underground concreting. Apart from these, they are also used for concrete foundations and floors for industrial buildings, roads, airports, etc.

    Being motorized, the Mobile Concrete Placer is available in models MCP 48, MCP 56, MCP 66, and MCP 88 (custom-made) and equipped with belt conveyor and arrangements of chutes for conveying concrete from a mixer to a narrow-formed area or wide area. They are also useful in pouring very large sections of concrete: the conveyor can be positioned at the far end of the marked location, and then moved as the concrete is poured over the large area.

    Once the Concrete Placer is in position, the concrete conveyor will allow workers to mix concrete in one location, and then transport that mixed concrete through belt conveyor to another location, quickly and easily it can be poured in place. This is useful in situations in which the mixing equipment cannot be positioned close enough to a mold or other site location in need for mass concreting. The length of the conveyor can be customized according to the jobs/clients requirement.

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