Grout Pump In Use
Grout pumps are one of those tools that are always in need on residential and commercial construction sites but are not readily available at equipment rental shops or Home Depot or Lowes (Not the the professional grade grout pumps anyway). You should be aware that a lot has changed in the world of grout pumps and the availability of them for contractors, do it yourselfers and construction professionals.
First, the grout pumps we are talking about are manual grout pumps or grout pumps operated by hand and air operated grout pumps, grout pumps operated by compressors with air hose lines. Second, we are talking about non-epoxy type generally grout used in the construction industry and grout that flows. Continue reading
As the weather improves for commercial grouting jobs it gives us an opportunity to address contractor concerns. One of the comments we heard from contractors who work with grouting jobs before the Sludge Sucker grout pump was made available, is that there was a lack of dependable, compact grout pumps that could easily be moved to job sites with tight spaces. Wastecorp went to work and designed/engineered the Sludge Sucker Professional Grout Pump. Now, this has not been featured on Shark Tank (yet) but we have been thinking about it due to its positive response from construction professionals. Since then, the Sludge Sucker has become a staple for commercial contractors and public works crews to grout door frames, pilings, slab jacking, void filling, mud jacking and many other commercial grouting applications. Continue reading
Manual Grout Pump
As a new season approaches, contractors and public works crews will be busy with traffic divider grouting, mud jacking and all sorts of commercial grout pumping applications. If you’re looking for a professional manual grout pump where a full size grout rigger cannot reach we now offer two new packages that are suited for your specific grout pump application Continue reading