Masonry Grout Pump supports blockfill and mortar hoisting.

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Pumping up to 10 yd/hr, PumpMaster PG-30 allows contractors to cycle through typical ready-mix truck delivery. Unit includes dual 4 in. pumping cylinders and swing tube material valve for pumping coarse grouts with aggregates up to ¾ in. minus through larger diameter hoses. For mobility on jobsite, PumpMaster PG-30 features self-propelled drive and forklift slots.

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New Masonry Grout Pump

The AIRPLACO® PumpMaster PG-30 is a new addition to the PumpMaster line of masonry grout pumps. The PG-30 is engineered and manufactured for masonry grouting applications, such as blockfill and mortar hoisting. The PumpMaster PG-30 is a complement to the popular model PG-25, which is designed for masonry wall grouting with fine grouts. Model PG-30 features a higher output and larger aggregate capabilities. The PumpMaster PG-30 will pump up to 10 yards per hour allowing contractors to cycle through a typical ready-mix truck delivery. It includes dual 4 inch pumping cylinders and swing tube material valve for pumping coarse grouts with aggregates up to ¾" minus through larger diameter hoses. The PG-30 features the exclusive PumpMaster self-propelled drive for mobility on the jobsite. Other considerations have been made for ease-of-use on the job, such as the inclusion of forklift slots and lifting lugs on the pump's compact frame. More information is available at


Northeast: 1.888.349.2950

Southeast: 1.866.469.7102

West: 1.888.393.8635

Outside US: 513.321.2950

AIRPLACO is a leading U.S. manufacturer of concrete/shotcrete pumps, grout pumps, mixers, gunite/refractory placement guns, masonry grout pumps and mobile material batch plants. Three U.S. locations stock a complete line of parts and accessories available for immediate shipment. Airplaco offers over 50 years of quality product design, manufacturing and service experience to accommodate customers worldwide. AIRPLACO is a member of the American Shotcrete Association (ASA), Masonry Contractors Association of America (MCAA) and International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI).

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