PumpMaster PG-35SE

Electric Masonry Grout Pump, Wet Shotcrete Pump
  • 10 Yards per Hour Production Rate
  • Swing Tube Material Valve
  • Self-Propelled
  • Variable Speed
  • Optional Wireless Remote
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The PumpMaster PG-35SE is an electric concrete pump and is the machine of choice for many applications.  Compact and powerful, the PG-35SE empties a ready mix truck in an hour, reducing labor costs as it increases efficiency and portability. The PG-35 SE concrete pump can be transported on a trailer or in a pickup truck; contractors can use existing mixers and material silo systems. The PG-35SE features electronic proxy-switch hydraulic technology, variable speed pumping with forward and reverse capabilities. The Airplaco PumpMaster PG-35 skid electric concrete pump is also available as a gas powered option.

Complete grout material delivery packages are available for the masonry contractor for use with PumpMaster pumps. Various size grout hose, block fill nozzles (steel wall hook pipe) and all clamps (heavy-duty or grooved) complete the system. Other accessories, such as grout hose primer and cleanout devices ensure your complete setup. Scroll down to see parts available for the PG-35 electric grout pump or visit our online store for a complete listing of parts, accessories and finishing tools.

Concrete/Bridge Repair Machine Base Stabilization Masonry Block Fill Mining Piling Encasements Pressure Grouting Refractory Shotcrete Slabjack/Mudjack Lifting Soil Stabilization Void Fill
Full Specs
Max Output
10 yd3/hr (7.7 m3)
Max Line Pressure
0 to 500 psi (35 bar)
Material Hopper
5 cu ft (142 L)
Material Cylinder
Dual 4 in.
16 in.
Outlet Size
4 in. HD
Max Aggregate
3/4 in. (19 mm)
Max Vertical
100 ft (31 m)
Max Horizontal
300 ft (91 m)
Power Source
30 HP Electric Motor
60 Hz
230 V / 460 V
86 x 46 x 42 in. (W x L x H)
Hopper Height
36 in.
2175 lb (986.56 kg)
Material Valve
Swing Tube

Disclaimer: Maximum output and pressure cannot be reached simultaneously. Performance will vary depending on the operator, cycle rate, mix design, and placement line.