Process pumps for construction are a class of industrial equipment designed for pumping building materials with a liquid or viscous consistency. On construction sites and building materials factories, they are used to pump mobile concrete, mortar, or bitumen. Certain types of construction pumps can be used to convey fine-grained and powdery materials. Also, the group of pumps for construction includes diesel motor pumps designed for dewatering and pumping out dirty, muddy water at construction sites.

The design of construction pumps depends on what tasks they are designed for. For example, membrane and peristaltic pumps can be used to pump plaster solutions, slurry and peristaltic pumps can be used to transport cement, and gear pumping units can be used to supply hot bitumen mastics. But in the general case, approximately the same requirements are imposed on all construction pumps.

For construction needs, powerful pumping units are needed that do not require frequent maintenance. Therefore, the construction of construction pumps is both simple and reliable. It provides the possibility of long-term operation of the pump unit, which is guaranteed to reduce the risk of production downtime.

Construction pumps must operate in a wide range of ambient temperatures and dusty environments. Their parts and assemblies are made of materials with increased resistance to aggressive, hot, and corrosive substances.

Industrial pumps for mortar must not become clogged with the pumped medium. Their design allows for quick disassembly and assembly of the unit for cleaning the flow path from lime or cement mortar, bitumen mastic, glue, or other fast-solidifying materials and substances.

Non-compliance of the pump unit with the above requirements can lead to damage to the equipment or the inability to operate it on a construction site or production.