Fahrender weber.floor PumpTruck auf der Autobahn

weber.floor PumpTruck

...because you have no time to waste

Your weber.floor PumpTruck advantages:

  • significant time and cost savings
  • no additional machine necessary
  • low space requirement
  • self-sufficient supply of job site
  • electricity, water, etc. on board
  • no disturbances for your client
  • material quality is guaranteed by Weber
  • large conveying distances and heights
  • high conveying capacity: up to 150 liters/minute
weber.floor 4640 Outdoor RepFlow wird mit dem weber.floor PumpTruck auf Betonuntergrund gepumpt

The fastest and most economical way of floor laying

The weber.floor PumpTruck is a mobile silo, which allows an extremely fast and efficient processing for laying high-grade floors. Thanks to an area output of 100 up to 1,500 m² / hour surface even large-size industrial floors can be completed within only one day.

Simple, clean, autonomous

The material can be installed while standing, eliminating the need for cumbersome transport and manual mixing at the construction site. The closed system works completely dust-free and very quietly. With the weber.floor PumpTruck, site set-up is easy, above all in conurbations and inner cities: the site is ready immediately after the weber.floor PumpTruck arrives. With the weber.floor PumpTruck, you not only save the costs of site set-up, but also avoid your customer's loss of sales due to long-lasting disruptions or covered shop windows. Noise, dust and the long-term blocking of scarce parking spaces can be largely avoided. The system works quickly and completely independently of an external power or water supply. When the pump truck leaves, the construction site is completely cleared and clean - and finished in the usual high quality of Saint-Gobain Weber.

And it is that simple:

  1. Order your material for PumpTruck.

  2. Sate your preferred date for the installation.

  3. The PumpTruck arrives at your construction site at the exact time.

  4. While the floor contractor does the preparatory work, the PumpTruck driver sets up the machine.

  5. Then he starts up the machine and adjusts the material consistency.

  6. He monitors and guarantees the material quality during the installation.

  7. Weber takes care of cleaning the machine – that's it!