03/10/2020 Liebherr Crawler Concrete Pump 110 D-K at Conexpo 2020
- Concrete pump on crawler tracks with maximum concrete output of 133 yd³/h (102 m³/h)
- Particularly suited for applications with constant relocation on the building site
- Remote control is standard
At Conexpo 2020 in Las Vegas, Liebherr presents its crawler concrete pump THS 110 D-K which features a maximum concrete output of 133 yd³/h (102 m³/h). The six-cylinder engine complies with the Tier 4f emissions standard and therefore complies with current environmental regulations.
Smooth running and outstanding suction performance are the hallmarks of a powerful pump unit in the crawler concrete pump THS 110 D-K, while an open hydraulic circuit guarantees reduced system maintenance requirements. Additional structural details also contribute to optimum serviceability. The pump’s design allows for quick and easy replacement of wear parts. The smooth surfaces of the pump housing are easy to clean and the shape of the concrete hopper, devoid of edges and projections, minimizes the accumulation of concrete residue and soiling. An extensive standard scope of delivery for the crawler concrete pump includes for example, a 500-litre capacity water tank with water pump, as well as a lockable toolbox.
The new Liebherr crawler concrete pump is particularly suited for applications in which pumping of the concrete is constantly being relocated around the building site. Maneuvering and operation of the crawler track-mounted concrete pump is effected via remote control.
A typical application for crawler concrete pumps is the supply of concrete to drilling equipment for bored piling foundations. Deep holes are drilled into the ground and then filled with concrete following extraction of the drill. Crawler concrete pumps are employed alongside the drilling equipment at the various operation points, whereby the concrete hose remains permanently connected to the drilling equipment.
Special feature: If both the pump and the drilling rig are from Liebherr, the two construction machines can communicate with each other via radio. The operator of the drilling rig can start and stop the pumping process from his cabin - this optimizes optimises the work processes.