We use the most advanced, reliable and most specialized mobile fleet of concrete pumps to service all sectors of the construction industry.
Mobile concrete pumps are specially engineered and designed truck chassis with mounted concrete pumps and articulating booms. This equipment requires special permits to operate, however is road worthy and thus can perform concrete pumping on multiple projects throughout any given day.
Concrete pumps in general are used in construction to place concrete for two reasons; increase efficiencies of concrete placement and access tough to reach areas of projects.
They provide higher flow and increased accuracy of concrete placement while decreasing labor requirements and fatigue issues therefore increasing site safety. For projects that are hard to reach, whether due to height, distance or even environmental concerns; concrete pumps with varying boom sizes and additional line requirements allow concrete placement to occur in a timely and efficient manner.
Our fleet of trucks service all sectors of the construction industry; commercial, industrial, residential, and heavy civil. We utilize the Putzmeister line of concrete pumps ensuring we have the best equipment available for the project. Our commitment and dedication to the pumping industry is exemplified in all we do.
Viper Concrete’s fleet of mobile pump trucks, ranging in boom size from 32meter to 61meter will service your projects ranging from tight / limited access to extended reach requirement.
Our Z-boom configuration on our 32meter, 36meter, 43meter and 52meter pumps provide ultimate performance for boom placement on projects with limited height restrictions and projects with obstacles to maneuver around for concrete placement. Our tried and true 32m, 36m, and 42m "roll and fold" pump trucks provide proven reliability in getting the standard application project done. With OSS (one-side-support) technology on our pumps, Viper Concrete meets and exceeds OHS regulations for “short-rigging”.
This technology allows our pumps to set-up in a reduced area footprint while still reaching the full boom distance in safe operations – this is ideal for projects with traffic concerns – this saves both time and costs for road or lane closures. With the addition of our two big stick pumps, the 52meter Z boom and the 61meter boom pump to our fleet, we have two of the largest pumps in Canada, the 61meter being the largest.
Viper Concrete has two locations providing mobile pump services; one located in Calgary to service the southern Alberta market and the other near Saskatoon to service the central southern Saskatchewan. Our experienced management team is dedicated to the mobile pumping industry offering remote project services where we will set up an on-site operations centre and meet the demands of extreme pump projects in rural locations across Western Canada.
The experience our staff is trained with allows any pumping project to be completed in a safe, professional and efficient manner. We pride ourselves on being the best company to pump concrete in the Canadian Prairies because of our diligent efforts in training programs, health and safety programs, and research and development.
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