Putzmeister has updated its BSA 2109 and 2110 Trailer-Mounted Concrete Pumps to improve ease-of-use and allow for increased parts commonality among other Putzmeister products.
Putzmeister has updated its BSA 2109 and 2110 Trailer-Mounted Concrete Pumps to improve ease-of-use and allow for increased parts commonality among other Putzmeister products.

Putzmeister America, Inc. has announced updates to its BSA 2109 and 2110 Trailer-Mounted concrete pumps that will improve ease-of-use and allow for increased parts commonality among other Putzmeister products.

The new generation of pumps now features a one-piece C-frame, instead of two, allowing for increased ground clearance, and its support legs are bolted, instead of welded, which allows for quick and easy parts replacement. Previously steel, the new aluminum hydraulic suction filter matches the BSF line, which results in increased parts compatibility.

Additionally, the filler neck for the diesel tank on both the BSA 2109 and 2110 models has been moved to allow for easier access, and the manual lube pump is now mounted to the hopper itself, for operator convenience. The two machines have also received new paintwork to align with the look of Putzmeister’s Thom-Katt Trailer Pumps.

“All of these improvements are aimed at helping to make the operation and service of the pumps as easy as possible for the customer,” said Rico Heinz, director of engineering for Putzmeister. “The changes bring us one step closer to our goal of re-engineering our complete large line trailer pump product line to fulfill the Tier4 final emission standard.” The launch of Putzmeister’s new line of re-designed trailer pumps is anticipated by Fall 2015.

Putzmeister America, Inc.