The 28Z features a Z-fold boom with a low unfolding height of 19 feet 8 inches, allowing this pump to unfold inside many building structures. The four-section Z-boom provides the operator with maximum options for navigating in confined areas, while the large open deck of the 28Z provides carrying space for up to 300 feet of pipeline to accommodate line pumping jobs.
The CCP-65SZ-225 has a proportional five-section Z-fold boom with a vertical reach of 65 metres (213 feet 3 inches) and a horizontal extension reaching 60.6 me-tres (over 199 feet). Built for high-pressure and high volume, the pump’s maximum output is 300 cubic yards/hour (225 cubic metres/hour) and has a hopper capacity of 21 cubic feet (600 litres) for a maximum aggregate size of 2.5 inches. The machine weighs 126,000 pounds, distributed over 53 feet three inches of length and is mounted on a six-axle, 460-hp, Mack chassis tri-steer and tri-drive with drop-axle configuration. All-hydraulic telescoping front outriggers give maximum stability and minimum footprint with a front spread of 44 feet 10 inches (13.7 m) and rear spread of 47 feet six inches (14.5 m).
Concord’s model CCP-65SZ-225 has a vertical reach of 65 metres (213 feet 3 inches) and a horizontal extension reaching 60.6 metres (over 199 feet) – the longest reach in the world, the company reports. It has a proportional five-section Z-fold boom.