Airplaco PG-10

Skid Steer Grout Pump, Hydraulic Power
Features
  • Long-Life Hard Chrome Cylinder
  • Pea-Rock Discharge
  • Variable Speed
  • Hydraulic Pump
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Description

The Airplaco PG-10 is a hydraulic grout pump featuring a full-flow ball check manifold and is designed for masonry block fill, piling encasements, pea gravel pumping, concrete leveling and other grouting applications. The PG-10 skid steer grout pump is powered by your existing hydraulic power source and is designed to perform from one job to the next with low maintenance. The PG-10 hydraulic grout pump offers high output without the need for constant lubrication and features a long-life hard chrome cylinder that ensures a long service life. The PG-10 grout pump is a perfect choice for contractors with an existing hydraulic power source, such as a skid steer or hydraulic power pack looking for a durable grout pump capable of varied applications. If you are looking for the performance and versatility that the PG-10 offers but want a self-powered machine check out our PumpMaster PG-25. Airplaco offers a diverse range of grout pumps for any size job.

Visit our online parts store to order material hose, various nozzles and other parts or accessories. If you don’t see the part you are looking for call one of our equipment experts for a complete list of options to go with the PG-10 hydraulic grout pump.

Applications:
Machine Base Stabilization Masonry Block Fill Piling Encasements Pressure Grouting Slabjack/Mudjack Lifting Void Fill
Full Specs
Max Output
4 yd3/hr (3 m3)
Max Line Pressure
0 to 400 psi (27 bar)
Material Hopper
7 cu ft (198 L)
Material Cylinder
Single 5 in.
Stroke
8 in.
Outlet Size
3 in. HD
Max Aggregate
3/8 in. (9.5 mm)
Max Vertical
50 ft (15 m)
Max Horizontal
150 ft (46 m)
Power Source
Auxiliary Hydraulic
Dimensions
29 x 68 x 38 in. (W x L x H)
Hopper Height
36 in. (92 cm)
Weight
325 lb (147 kg)
Material Valve
Ball-check

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