- Concrete pump on a crawler running gear with a maximum delivery rate of 102 m³/h
- Particularly suited for job sites that involve frequent relocation around the construction site
- Radio remote control included as standard
- Intermat 2018 will see Liebherr introduce the THS 110 D-K crawler concrete pump, which offers a maximum delivery rate of 102 m³/h and features a six-cylinder engine. The series of Liebherr crawler concrete pumps encompasses a total of three models – the THS 80 D-K, the THS 110 D-K and the THS 140 D-K with maximum delivery rates ranging from 65 m³/h to 135 m³/h.
The THS 110 D-K crawler concrete pump’s powerful pump unit impresses with its smooth operation and outstanding suction performance. The hydraulic system is easy to maintain thanks to the open hydraulic circuit. Further user-friendly details also contribute to optimum serviceability. During the design phase, it was ensured that wear parts could be quickly and easily replaced. 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. The crawler concrete pump’s extensive standard scope of delivery includes, for example, a 500-litre water tank with water pump and a lockable toolbox.
The Liebherr crawler concrete pump is especially well-suited to site work that involves frequent relocation around the construction site. The concrete pump, which is fitted onto a crawler running gear, is moved and controlled via a radio remote control.
A typical application for crawler concrete pumps is providing drilling rigs with concrete for bored-piling foundations. This involves drilling deep holes into the ground and filling them with concrete as the drill is removed. The crawler concrete pump is employed in the various application positions alongside the drilling rig, its concrete hose remaining permanently connected to the drilling rig.
Liebherr drilling rigs and Liebherr crawler concrete pumps can also communicate with each other via radio. The pumping processes can be controlled by the driver of the drilling rig from the cab.