Refurbished Used Concrete Pump Truck CIFA K45H Carbotech On DAF
CF85 8X4 Australia RHD
Used Concrete Pump Truck CIFA K45H on DAF CF85 8X4 RHD Made in Italy
- Total weight less than 26 tons, payload to the user always
- Contained stabilization dimensions for easy placement in all types
of job sites.
- Super compact machine mounted on 8x4 4500* wheelbase trucks for
- A 45-meter boom with five sections, the last two of which are made
of CARBOTECH, with CIFA Long Life Pipes double layer 125 mm
diameter pipe system.
- Available pumping uniits: HP1608EC and HP1808ECX. 230 or 260 mm of
concrete barrel diameter.
- Maximum capacity up to 180 m3/hr, maximum pressure on concrete upt to 83 bar.
- "RZ" fold-up system.
- Subject to durability tests for over 10 equivalent operating years.
- Smartronic GOLD machine management system with Advanced Stability
Control: Maximizes the safe working area when outriggers cannot be
- Can be mounted on an 8x4 truck, total weight within 32 tons.
CIFA designs and manufactures a complete range of machines for
production, transport, and placing of concrete.
Since 1928, CIFA has been a technological leader in the concrete
supply chain. With its award-winning European design technology,
CIFA has been in the construction equipment market for more than 90
years with the commitment to safety, machine performance improvement,
work productivity increase, and ease of operation.
As an industry pioneer, CIFA’s DNA has always been innovation. In
1974 CIFA invented the truck mixer pump, in 2010 the company
proudly patented the first carbon-fiber-made boom, and in 2013 the
first hybrid mixer truck laying the foundations for what in the
following years would become a real hybrid range: Energya.
Headquartered in Italy, CIFA is represented by a global sales and
service network with production facilities and branches established
in all strategic markets, such as Italy, Germany, France, China, Mexico, Dubai and USA.
CIFA is a company that produces innovation in the construction
sector. It designs and manufactures a complete range of machines and solutions for production, transport and laying of
concrete. A house, a hospital, a school, bridges, overpasses, and tunnels.
Buildings and infrastructures that come to fruition thanks to Italian research, planning, creativity and high technology. CIFA continually invests in research and development of products
and services while upholding quality as an absolute value.
It has several production facilities in Italy and branches and a
distribution network all over the world. Over 60,000 truck mixers
and truck-mounted pumps sold, whose prototypes are tested at the TEC (Testing European Center), a cutting-edge center managed by an international team of engineers.
Ninety years driven by innovation as the primary motivation for CIFA’s personnel to conceive increasingly avant-garde products, seek the best
solution and meet challenges.
WHAT IS CONCRETE PUMP TRUCK
A Mobile Concrete Pump, also known as a Truck Mounted Mobile incorporates both a concrete pump and a placing boom mounted onto
a truck chassis. Mobiles come with booms ranging from less than 20 metres to ones which can reach heights of over
60 metres. The advantage of a mobile pump is that it can turn up at
a job and be pumping concrete very quickly to anywhere within the
range of the boom. This makes mobile boom pumps very popular on the
widest range of construction projects, being able to pump at very
high volumes quickly to wherever concrete is needed with minimum
A concrete pump is a tool for conveying liquid concrete.
Over a period of more than half a century, concrete pumps have
slowly taken over from other methods of transferring liquid
concrete. A number of different designs of concrete pump were
developed in the first half of the 20th century but it was
Friedrich Wilhelm Schwing's company Schwing GmbH which invented the
twin cylinder hydraulic concrete pump in 1957. The principle of
this design was adopted by almost all other manufacturers and is
still the worldwide standard design.
The pump works by one piston drawing liquid concrete into a
cylinder from a hopper while the other one simultaneously pushes
its concrete out into the discharge pipes. A valve which determines
which cylinder is open to the concrete hopper and which one is open
to the discharge pipes switches over each time the pistons reach
the end point (see rock valve below and animation left - click to enlarge) and the process
continues with the first cylinder now discharging and the second
drawing fresh concrete from the hopper.
The Concrete Pump was particularly important in revolutionising the
construction of large high rise buildings. Previously cranes had
been employed to lift large buckets (or skips) full of concrete up
to where it was needed. A crane could lift one bucket at a time,
normally holding around 2 cubic yards of concrete.
There are many advantages in pumping concrete over this bucket and
crane system. As well as being able to pump concrete much faster
than buckets could lift it, it also means a constant supply of
concrete to the top and the placing hoses can be positioned
wherever they need to be so the liquid concrete can pour straight
out of the hose where it's needed rather than having to distribute
a two cubic yard mound of concrete over the desired area.
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