Pumped Concrete is Stronger
The additional water used to pour concrete through a chute may weaken the material, causing shrinkage and cracks. This typically indicates that the result won’t hold up much pressure.
On the other hand, pumped concrete does not require as much water as chute-poured concrete; as a result, your project will last longer and require less maintenance and repair in the future.
Your Construction Site Will Be Safer
You can keep trucks and other large machines away from potentially harmful barriers by using concrete pumps to cover a large area. Simply pull up to where you need the concrete to go, stretch the hose, and start pouring.
Additionally, fewer workers are needed to run concrete pumps, meaning less traffic will be created on the working site, increasing efficiency and safety.