Concrete & Screed Pump Hire

The Best Prices on Concrete and Screed Pumps Throughout The UK

Difficult Access? Elevated Location? Limited Labour?

Hire a concrete or screed pump!

Concrete and screed pumps usually come complete with a qualified operator and is hired in ½ day increments. ‘Self Drive’ options are available for extended hires.

1m3 of concrete weighs around 2.4 tonnes, 1 load  can make for a lot of wheelbarrow loads, in fact 25-30 wheelbarrow loads per m3!

The benefits of a concrete or screed pump :-

  • Significantly Increase Productivity
  • Improve Site Safety
  • Reduce Labour Costs
  • Provide a Cleaner Pour
  • Improve Final Finish
  • Allow concrete or screed to be delivered directly to inaccessible locations

Types of Pump Available

Line & Trailer Concrete Pump

Line and Trailer concrete pumps pump concrete from the point of delivery to they point of discharge through a pipeline that is laid on the ground. The difference being a trailer pump is mounted on a trailer and towed whereas a line pump is mounted typically on a vehicle. Trailer and Line Pumps can typically pump horizontally 200m+ or 100m vertically. Line pumps are typically used on lower volume concrete pours, this said they typically have a capacity of 40m3 per hour+!

Concrete Boom Pump

Boom Pumps are truck mounted pumps that feature a boom that allows placing of concrete at height or over obstacles a breeze.

The sizes range from compact 18m pumps all the way through to mammoth 60+m boom pumps. The pumps can feature additional ground line as well as the boom, making them very versatile

Liquid Screed Pump

Liquid screed Pumps are used to pump both Anhydrite & Cementitious screeds. As with traditional screed pumps they tend to be trailer mounted. Liquid Screed pumps can have the ability to pump in excess of 15m3 per hour with pipeline distances of 180m+ possible! Pumping liquid screed makes 1500 -2000m2 per day of finished floor possible!

Quote Tips

It’s important to make sure where the pump is parked there is enough space for a standard mixer truck to be backed onto the pump.

After establishing where you’re going to place the pump, we will then need to know the distance from the pump to the furthest part of your pour will be, both vertically and horizontally. Lastly we will need to know the approximate cubic meters you require pumping