5825 W. State Rt. 161, Belleville, IL 62223         (618) 398-5556 | (314) 231-5556                                                                                 info@hanksel.com  
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Why Choose Us
Concrete Construction
Cellular Concrete Pumping
Trailer Mounted Concrete Pumping
Asphalt Paving
Road Milling
Street Sweeping
Street Sweeping
Tree/Brush Butting
Sewer Line Installation
Sewer Cleaning
Culvert Cleaning
Pipe Bursting
HDPE Pipe Fusion
Sewer Televising
Hydro Excavation
Earth Moving/ Grading
Orbital Material Screening
Lawn Maintenance
Lawn Maintenance



We also offer:

Cellular Concrete Pumping

Concrete Construction


Trailer Mounted Concrete Pumping

Improve construction times, see quicker return on investment and tackle more aggressive residential and commercial engineering projects.

The ProblemStrategic AdvantagesTactical Advantages

The Problem: Worldwide deteriorating infrastructure

On an international scale, sewers, roads and other underground supports are in need of repair. After decades of use and increased wear due to population booms, repairs are mandatory to maintain necessary safety
standards, lengthen the life of existing infrastructure, and reduce further damage.

Tree/Brush Butting

Slope Stabilization

  • Greatly reduces the risk of landslides due to changes in water amounts
  • Protects existing infrastructure from damage
Tree/Brush Butting

Fill Abandoned Pipe & Mine Shafts

  • Prevent odors and ground instability due to pipe deterioration
  • Eliminate accidental death and injury due to mine cave-ins
Tree/Brush Butting

Pressure Grouting

  • Improves geomaterials (soil & rock)
  • Strengthens or reduce water flow through a formation
  • Corrects faults in concrete and masonry structures
  • Strengthens the foundation to support the weight of the overlying structure

The Strategic Advantages of Trailer Mounted Concrete Pump...
Managers and supervisors like trailer mounted concrete pump technology because it has several distinct advantages over other concrete laying methods:

  1. It allows for improved construction times, reduced cost, and more aggressive engineering projects.

  2. It offers quicker return on investment for companies and individuals hiring the concrete work, as efficiency is
    greatly improved.

  3. Its compact size provides better mobility around job sites.

  4. Its lower output rates are ideal for commercial AND residential projects.

  5. Its unintrusive presence allows other construction projects to continue simultaneously.

Pressure Grouting is a process that injects a grout under the ground and into loose soils to solidify and strengthen the foundation
soils. The mixture can be injected as deep as 80 feet or more underground. This process can be used to stabilize soil or in some
cases, lift structures that have settled.

The Tactical Advantages of Trailer Mounted Concrete Pump...

Engineers and contractors like trailer mounted concrete pump technology because:

  1. It has the ability to handle a wide variety of pumping applications such as commercial slabs and decks,
    shotcrete, even vertical concrete pumping for multi-story buildings.

  2. It can pump the harshest pea gravel mixes all the way up to 1” (25mm) hard rock concrete.

  3. With its compact size and hundreds of feet of hose, it’s easy to gain access to tight or difficult work sites.

  4. It takes away some of the physical labor involved in transporting large volumes of concrete.

An 82hp Perkins diesel engine allows the concrete to be pumped vertically and keeps pressure strong at long hose lengths

How Do They Work?

The concrete pump generally consists of a receiving hopper, two concrete pumping cylinders, and a valve
system controlling the flow of the concrete from the hopper to the pipeline. Pre-mixed concrete which can be prepared on-site or hauled from mixing stations is loaded into the hopper. One cylinder receives from the hopper while the other dispenses to the pipe. The pipeline is made up of both steel lengths of pipe and heavy duty flexible hose. Long lengths of hose can be used to reach the point of placement without losing pump pressure.

With the development of construction technology, new machinery, methods, and techniques, what once were
difficult tasks have now become easier, more efficient and more precise. While concrete pumping can be used in all construction sites, it is especially useful in projects where space for equipment is limited and the terrain is rather complicated.



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