Sany concrete pumps continue to create the vertical concrete pumping record in the construction of skyscrapers in China and even in the world.
Wtih unrivaled technical strength in trailer-mounted concrete pump, Sany’s equipment was used in the construction of 80% of the high-rise buildings of 300 m high and above, nearly 70% above 400 m, and all of the skyscrapers above 500 m in China.
Sany pumps were involved in construction of the world‘s tallest building--UAE Burj Khalifa, the Europe’s tallest building-Russian Federal Tower, and the Japan‘s tallest building- Abeno Harukas, which were highly recognized by overseas customers.
According to Yang Xinhua, vice-president of Sany Pumping Research Institute, Sany is experienced in high-rise building pumping sector, especially in taking the lead in the aspects: stable and reliable equipment, long service life wear-resistance components, unique piping layout design, self-developed pump tube and high-rise water flushing technology.
Major skyscraper construction cases of Sany pumps are as below:
Burj Khalifa - 828 meters
Burj Khalifa, also known as Burj Dubai or Dubai Tower, is the tallest building in the world.
Twenty-one sets of Sany’s pumping equipment including seventeen HG32B placing booms, three HBT60C-1816D trailer pumps, and one set of SY5392 truck-mounted concrete pump were purchased by the UAE construction group Unimix for the construction of Burj Khalifa.
As the only Chinese brand involved in this project, Sany displayed the outstanding quality of made-in-china machines and earned recognition and praise from the customer with high performance and excellent service.
Shanghai Tower - 632 meters
Shanghai Tower is the tallest building in China and the second in the world.
Eighteen sets of Sany concrete pumps including twelve truck-mounted concrete pumps, four stationary concrete pumps and two line pumps made a record of pouring 61,000 cubic meters of concrete baseplate within 60 hours with zero failure in this project.
Besides, Sany pumps created a new record of 580-meter vertical pumping height in capping the Shanghai Tower core tube on August 3rd, 2013.
Canton Tower – 600 meters
Canton Tower was built with main tower being 454 meters high and antenna mast 146 meters high.
Five sets of Sany equipment including two HBT90CH02135D ultra-high pressure trailer pumps, two HGB38 placing booms and one crawler crane undertook the construction. With innovative technology and high quality products, Sany overcame many difficulties and won the favorable comments.
Ping An International Finance Center - 600 meters
Ping An International Finance Center (IFC) will be the landmark building of Shenzhen upon completion.
On December 29th, 2014, three sets of Sany ultra-high pressure trailer pumps, two placing booms and one line pump were used in the capping of Ping An IFC core tube, pouring C100 high strength concrete vertically up to 555.5 meters high.
Sany adopted the innovative ultra-high pressure direct flushing technology to clear the concrete on pump pipe inner wall to the fullest to reduce construction cost, water pollution and increase construction efficiency significantly.
Goldin Finance 117 Tower - 596.5 meters
Goldin Finance 117 Tower is still under construction with a 596.5 meters high core tube structure, which is only second to the 601-meter core tube of Burj Khalifa, but 16.5 meters higher than that of Shanghai Tower.
Three sets of Sany HBT90CH-2150D ultra-high pressure trailer pumps and two placing booms were used in capping the core tube structure and successfully set a new Guinnes Record of 621-meter vertical concrete pumping height on September 8th, 2015.
During the massive base plate construction, eighteen sets of Sany SY5123THB-9018III concrete line pumps and four truck-mounted concrete pumps managed to pour 65,000 cubic meters of C50P8 concrete within 80 hours with no stop, the first time in the construction history around the world.
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