November 2019 
The Putzmeister MP25 Special
$9999.00 + GST
A Compact Mixer pump with large storage hopper  
The MP25 Mixit guarantees maximum efficiency for processing premixed dry mortar. The reliable MP25 is a compact, powerful machine for mixing and conveying dry mortars. It is suitable for a wide range of applications like exterior plastering with lime, lime cement, insulating plaster and interior plaster using gypsum and gypsum-lime plaster. Special applications include working with self levelling compound, ETICS and calcium sulphate screed.
  • Large 115 l storage hopper saves time because less material has to be refilled
  • Conical mixing pipe for optimised material flow
  • Mixing pipe separated from mixing tank to allow easier dosage
  • Integrated water pressure booster pump provides the necessary water pressure and quantity to achieve the right mixing quality
  • Pneumatic remote control for convenient operation from your working area
  • Integrated compressor with automatic pressure cut-out guarantees a safer working environment
  • Convenient adjustment of water dosage quantity
Pricing applicable until the end of 2019
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Check out this video which highlights the capabilities of this fine little machine.
The Putzmeister TK50
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Special $135,000.00 + GST

The Putzmeister Thom-Katt TK50 Trailer-Mounted Concrete/Shotcrete Pump gives more horsepower for shotcrete work, is ideal for a wide variety of concrete placing jobs and pumping structural concrete. The Thom-Katt hydraulic S-Valve is perfect for pumping larger aggregate materials, It lets you reverse the stroke to relieve pressure from plugs or when pumping difficult low-slump & fibre mixes.

This pump is ideal for:

  • Block Fill
  • Pools
  • Compaction Grouting
  • Bridge Repairs
  • Refractory Lining
  • Masonry Grouting
  • Parking Garage Repair
  • Sidewalks
  • Shotcrete/Spraying
Contact Justin for details 021 443 423
We also have these machines in stock ready to go!

Putzmeister CM15

Powerful continuous mixer, suitable for both indoor & outdoor construction sites.

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Putzmeister S5EV

Universal worm pump for standard
and special applications.

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Contact Andre for details 027 440 8167
Have you downloaded the Putzmeister Experts App? 

Putzmeister Experts provides high quality video content on how to operate and maintain Putzmeister machines (including Concrete Pumps and Mortar Machines), has tools to calculate output, flow speed and volume on the jobsite, allows you to gain in-depth knowledge about Putzmeister products and will keep you updated with the latest news from Putzmeister. 

Maintenance Tips with Don Tombs

Radio Remotes
If you have a radio remote fitted to your pump you may at some time experience issues with it not working. Understanding the basic principle of how it works will keep you pumping without delays.
The basic way a radio remote works is for a transmitter (also known as a controller) to be  held by the operator some distance away from the pump and when a function switch is turned on at the controller it sends a radio signal through the air to a box on the pump known as a receiver, which in turns sends power up a connected cable to the pump and operates the function you have turned on.
There are a few common things that can stop this from happening and with good maintenance these problems can be avoided.
The first thing is to make sure that all the E/Stop switches are working and set in the correct position,  the hopper switch is working correctly and the hopper grate is shut, then check that the battery for the controller is well charged and the contacts for the battery are clean. Make sure the main base control switch has been switched over from base to remote and the power switch on the controller is working correctly and turned on, then in most systems the E/Stop circuit needs to be cleared as all these things will stop the remote from working. Keep your controller clean as concrete over the switchers will not help and do not use acid or a water hose to clean it as these units are usually full of electronic components that don't like getting wet, so should water get in you will need to remove the battery, open up the top cover and let it dry out in a warm but not hot place till dry. At the pump end the receiver must be secure, the plug for the wiring needs  to be clean with firm terminals, and the cable needs to be in good condition. There will be an antenna mounted somewhere to pick up the radio waves from the controller which must also be clean, secure and the plug from the antenna must be connected to the receiver box, also the receiver must have a good supply of the correct voltage to it. Those are the basic things needed for good operation of the remote but there is one problem that nobody has any control over and that is radio wave interference which will stop a remote working and does happen from time to time. Most NZ remote use a common frequency of 2.4mhz  and other things that run on this frequency are garage door remotes, television remotes, and  car alarm remotes all if close enough to the pump controller can cause it to shut down, the most common is working around cell phone towers and even though they are on a different frequency their radio waves are very strong and can affect remotes. If you have problems and can't see anything causing it, use your cable remote or base control to finish the job and once you can move to a new location retry your remote as sometimes moving a couple of  meters is enough to fix it. A very important thing to remember is if you are doing any welding on the pump or truck it pays to unplug the cables at the pump receiver as well as  your pump computer because they are electronic units and any welding can damage them as not all pumps are protected by the battery shut off switch so do unplug to be sure.
If you need any more information on remotes please contact me or the CPE team as we are here to make your life less stressful
Christmas Hours 
With the end of the year approaching quickly we wanted to let everybody know our opening hours over the busy Christmas/New Year period.
Closing from 21st December 2019 - 4th January 2020
 However there will be skelton staff working through and we will still be contactable through our office line 06 368 4044
Call New Zealand's largest supplier of concrete pumping equipment 
on 06 368 4044 
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