Pump screed can be used in various residential and commercial settings. It is less likely to curl at the edge, making it a good choice for floating construction. Lessening of shrinkage hence reduces the likelihood of cracking. Pump Screed Contractors have the advantage of requiring fewer joints for movement.
Screed is a mixture of cement, sand, and additives that create a flat surface suitable for installing flooring. The quality of the screed is heavily dependent on the mixing technique used. When screeding a small area, free fall mixers and the typical hand mixing can produce screed mixtures of acceptable quality. However, the situation is very different when screeding a wide area or floors with standards for increased impact resistance.
Using ‘forced action mixing,’ which is what screed pumps do, results in considerably more consistent and high-quality screed mixtures. With the help of screed pumps, the screed mixture may be mixed evenly, with the cement and additives invariably spread throughout the sand.
Conversely, screeds that are hand-mixed or made using free-fall mixing are not as strong and are more likely to disintegrate because the cement tends to “ball up” during the mixing process. Using screed pumps or the smaller pan mixers to apply force action results in the best performance from modified screeds.
The screed pump is more efficient than free-fall mixers or mixing by hand. Screed pumps are ideal for vast screeding areas because they can mix giant quantities of screed efficiently in a short amount of time.
Lower levels of dust pollution
Because of the necessity of laying screed even when other parts of the site are still in development, it is preferable to minimize dust accumulation. When screed is mixed by hand on the job site, the resulting dust might settle on nearby equipment or workers, creating a potentially hazardous or unsanitary working environment. Screed pumps, however, can solve this issue by mixing all components within the same container.
Better access to previously inaccessible regions
Access to various pipe lengths makes it simple to pump liquid screed into previously inaccessible regions. For instance, the PRO H CL model’s 100-meter horizontal and 50-meter vertical reach make floor laying in multi-story structures or inaccessible areas a breeze. Transporting screed materials by hand is a time-consuming and, in some cases, impossible process. A screed pump is an investment that will pay for itself in terms of time saved and reduced stress.
Perfect for situations were getting to the site of the job is problematic
Screed pumps are helpful for very complicated constructions and buildings with complicated access and where the materials cannot be hauled up manually.
At most, the construction location will experience minimal dust pollution.
Compared to more conventional mixing methods, using screed pumps to mix the screed helps keep the work area cleaner, and it also reduces the amount of dust and dirt produced.
Today, Pump Screed Contractors are a standard on most construction sites and have replaced manual methods of transporting fluid material. The invention of the concrete pump contributed significantly to an increase in the productivity of construction projects, particularly those involving the construction of tall buildings.