Schwing has added a new flagship model for 2018 that features the longest boom in the company's line. The new S 65 SX incorporates a five-section boom, with all five-inch pipeline for added benefits, while maintaining the versatility of their proven Overhead Roll and Fold design. In addition to providing 210'8" of vertical and 197'6" of horizontal reach, all 65SXs come standard with Schwing's EASy one-sided outrigger system, minimizing the footprint of the pump for set up on crowded jobsites. The Super X telescopic front outrigger spread is balanced with rear slewing outriggers, which centers the hopper when set up in EASy configurations.
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The new S 38 SX from Schwing combines a tight (22’ 10”) front outrigger spread with a lightweight (Federal Bridge Legal) design and a five-section boom with more articulation than any other boom style. The new model is available in a three-axle configuration with cab-over truck or as a four-axle version with conventional truck to meet federal bridge laws. “This is a concrete pump that defines versatility for concrete contractors and pumpers,“ states Tom O’Malley, senior vice-president of sales and marketing for the manufacturer, “The new boom design hyper extends at every section to exceed the capabilities of Roll and Fold and Z Booms.” Key features of this one of a kind Roll and Fold boom are that all of the articulation is on the working side of the boom for faster deployment and it has the ability to snake the end hose deep into decks. The boom provides 106’11” of horizontal and 122’4” of vertical reach.
Schwing is now providing their popular SP 500 stationary concrete pump with a Tier 4–compliant Caterpillar diesel engine. This is a response to government-mandated reductions in harmful exhaust gases from diesel-powered equipment. The California Air Resource Board (CARB) requires Tier 4 compliance for stationary pumps used on public and private projects. Other parts of the country are also requiring Tier 4 compliance depending on the locale and project. The CAT C3.4B diesel is rated at 74.5 hp while providing durability and fuel efficiency. Customers will enjoy unprecedented global parts, service and repair options through the CAT dealer network.
At more than 3,281 feet the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, will be the tallest building in the world after its scheduled completion in 2020. The observation deck, which will offer a breathtaking view at a height of 630 metres, will break another world record. The skyscraper is part of a new urban development project in Kingdom City, in the North of Jeddah.
The popular Schwing S 46 SX is now available on the Mack Granite conventional truck chassis. The S 46 SX provides 151-feet of vertical reach and five-inch pipeline for maximum performance of 213-cubic yards per hour output. The pump is ideal for commercial projects and bridgework.
Schwing Group, an international supplier for concrete machinery, and Xuzhou Construction Machinery Group, a Chinese construction machinery manufacturer, have formed a strategic partnership. Gerhard Schwing, CEO of Schwing and Wang Min, the Chairman of XCMG, signed a contract to this effect in Essen, Germany.
Caterpillar engine’s are now standard equipment on Schwing’s SP-305, SP-750-15 and SP-750-18 stationary concrete pumps. “The worldwide acceptance of our popular line of stationary pumps fits with the CAT philosophy of comprehensive global service,” states Jason Zignego, Schwing’s sales manager for stationary pumps. These models with Cat power offer a versatile range of capabilities including shotcrete, grout and concrete pumping. “Caterpillar’s reputation for reliability and performance fits perfectly with our customers’ experience with our pumps, “ Zignego adds.
In order to meet a wide range of customer needs, Schwing offers its line of Stationary Pumps (SP) in a variety of configurations and power options. SPs are available from 20-hp pea gravel pumps to 590-hp concrete pumps with either diesel or electric power. Electric motors offer many advantages including reduced jobsite noise, fuel savings and fewer emissions without sacrificing output or distance performance.
In order to meet a wide range of customer needs, Schwing offers its line of Stationary Pumps (SP) in a variety of configurations and power options. SPs are available from 20 hp pea gravel pumps to 590 hp concrete pumps with either diesel or electric power. Electric motors offer many advantages including reduced jobsite noise, fuel savings and fewer emissions without sacrificing output or distance performance.
July 13, 2010. St.Paul, MN. Schwing America,Inc. a leading manufacturer of concrete equipment successfully emerged from Chapter 11. The company’s plan of reorganization was approved by the Federal Bankruptcy Court after nine months of protection. Schwing completed the payoff to existing lenders from funds obtained from a pool of European banks. “With new funding in place we will move forward in the reorganization and growth of Schwing America,” CEO Brian Hazelton announced to the Schwing employees. Hazelton thanked customers, the Schwing family and suppliers for their support. In an unusual display of support, 100- percent of the unsecured creditors voted in favor of Schwing’s reorganization plan, according to court documents.
The company has increased head count in their Call Center to handle expanding business activity. Hazelton also mentioned that Schwing is planning new model introductions and technologies for the company’s line of concrete pumps, truck mixers and batch plants. Schwing America currently markets throughout North America and was recently assigned sales and marketing responsibilities for Central and South America which will increase revenues. “We are exceeding our forecasts in export sales, “ according to Hazelton, “ And in general, we are very well positioned to take advantage of the opportunities which are in front of us.”
The Schwing Group operates production plants in Germany, Austria, USA, Brazil, Russia, China and India. Schwing America manufactures a complete line of concrete equipment including truck-mounted concrete pumps with placing booms, stationary pumps, separate placing boom systems, batch plants, reclaimers and truck mixers sold throughout North and South America. All Schwing products are supported by a professional global service network. For more information visit www.schwing.com, or call 888-SCHWING.
The S 32 X has a four-section Roll and Fold boom which reaches 105-feet vertically with 125mm pipeline. The standard pump kit is the fuel efficient 2025-5 120/80 MPS, providing 178 cubic yards per hour and 1,233 psi at 23 strokes per minute. Open-loop hydraulics provide worry-free operation and continuous pumping. Also standard are Schwing's exclusive Vector controls, providing two way communication between pump and operator. Real time messaging makes trouble shooting fast and easy. Extensive operating data is displayed to help fleet managers and owners track maintenance and machine performance. A field proven, frequency-hopping radio ensures interference-free and long-range operation.
One of the best selling models in Schwing America’s history, the S 32 X has been updated starting with the torsion subframe, X outriggers and slewing gear bearing turntable. Sharing a common subframe with the S 31 XT and the S 34 X boom pumps gives the Schwing Group global flexibility and Schwing owners common parts. The four section Roll and Fold boom reaches 105-feet vertically with 125mm pipeline.
Schwing’s new concrete pump with placing boom, the S 36 SX with RZ4 Boom, combines the best features of two boom types – Roll and Fold, and Z tip section – in a unique four-section boom. It can place concrete at distances of more than 118 feet vertically and 104 feet horizontally.
Schwing’s new concrete pump with placing boom – the S 36 SX with RZ4 Boom – combines the best features of two boom types, Roll and Fold and Z tip section, in a unique four-section boom. The new machine promises to set new standards for placing concrete at distances of more than 118-feet vertically and 104-feet horizontally.