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An economical alternative for hot epoxy grouting

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Blastcrete Equipment Co.’s D3522 Attachment is the only hot epoxy pump on the market that can be powered by an existing hydraulic power source. The D3522 Attachment has a hydraulic squeeze (peristaltic) pump that is built for long life and low total cost of ownership. The pump includes two rollers that rotate clockwise and squeeze it’s primary wear part, a 2 in. rubber pumping tube which can be replaced in 20 min or less. Unlike a rotor stator or piston-style pump, the epoxy materials do not come in contact with the moving parts of the squeeze pump. Suction is generated by the rotation from the receiving hopper and pushes the material through the pump and out the discharge into the delivery hose.

The D3522 is lighter, more versatile and much more affordable than hot epoxy pumps and mixer/pump combinations with built-in power supplies, especially since skid steers and other equipment with auxiliary hydraulic hookups can power the unit.

The D3522 Attachment can pump hot epoxy or cementitious grouts at variable speeds from 0 to 6 yd3/hr and deliver up to 400 psi of pumping pressure. Those capabilities, coupled with the unit’s light weight, make it easy to transport and highly versatile.

Contractors can use the pump for a wide variety of applications, such as grouting to mount.

Written by Blastcrete Equipment Co. Edited by Harleigh Hobbs.

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