of concrete pumping pressure up to a massive 350 bars through high pressure 150mm pipeline. C ONSTRUCTION M ETHODS The Burj Dubai Tower utilizes the latest advancements in construction techniques and material technology. The walls
13 May 2007: Sets record for vertical concrete pumping on any building at 452 m (1,483 ft), surpassing the 449.2 m (1,474 ft) to which concrete was pumped during the construction of Taipei 101, while Burj Khalifa reached 130 floor. 21 July 2007: Surpasses
Structural Details of Burj Khalifa The world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa took 6 years for its construction and was inaugurated on 4th January 2010. The structure is 828m tall and the whole system is a reinforced concrete tower structure. This was the
Developing efficient concrete pumping for the spectacular delivery height at the Burj Dubai was just one of the many tasks for Putzmeister engineers. A partic-ular challenge was the delivery line system, its wear behaviour and its com-pressive strength as well as
A significant aspect in the Burj Dubai pumping operation is that a very low water-cement ratio, high-strength concrete mix was pumped single-stage to this new record height. Low water-cement ratio mixes are the most difficult to pump.
Concrete Pumps Reach Record-Breaking Heights at Burj Khalifa | Pump…
21/9/2004 · Burj Dubai surpasses the Sears Tower as the building with the most floors. May 13, 2007 Burj Dubai sets record for vertical concrete pumping on any building at 452 m (1,483 ft), surpassing the 449.2 m (1,474 ft) to which concrete was pumped during the July 21
21/7/2007 · Burj Dubai has already set a new world record for vertical concrete pumping for a building by pumping to over 460 metres (1,509 ft). The previous record of …
Concrete pumping trials were conducted before the Burj Khalifa tower construction using a Putzmeister BSA 14000 HP-D stationary pump with a maximum hydraulic pressure of 310 bar. A length of 600 m of high-pressure ZX 125 delivery pipe was laid out horizontally with transducers to measure concrete pressure after pumping through distances of 250, 450 and 600 m ( Figure 3 ).
30/10/2019 · To pump concrete up the three winged tower in central Dubai for make for its record breaking height. The Putzmeister BSA 14000 SHP-D set the world record for vertical concrete pumping (606 m) while helping build the world's tallest building. The Solution
New heights reached in concrete pumping - World Pumps
20/7/2015 · A strategically designed concrete pumping system made the final conveying height a reality, as the concrete flowed through several stages up the 828-m tower. At the construction site of the Burj Khalifa, the world;s tallest building, concrete was pumped to a record height of 606 meters (m).
19/7/2021 · Back in November 2007 a new world record height of 601 m for pumping concrete was set by a Putzmeister 14000 SHP D super high pressure concrete pump being operated by Unimix on the Burj Dubai Tower in Dubai.
2/5/2019 · Burj Khalifa also holds the world record of pumping concrete to the highest point of 605 meters. Burj Khalifa not only is the tallest building in the world, but it also boasts of the highest number of stories in the world and it also owns the highest occupied floor on the planet.
4/1/2018 · 606 Metres is the height to which concrete was pumped, a world record for concrete pumping. 504 Metres is how high the Burj Khalifa's main service lift travels, the most of any elevator. 57 Elevators will move occupants around. 31,400 Tonnes of rebar were used
Burj Dubai break the world record for altitude transportation of concrete The total area of cladding used to cover the Burj Dubai is equivalent to 17 football fields. The concrete used for the Burj Dubai is equivalent to: a solid cube of concrete 61 metres on a side, a sidewalk 1,900 kilometres long, the weight of 100,000 elephants.
World record vertical pumping height The Burj Khalifa project set a world record for pumping concrete in November 2007. An 80 MPa concrete mix, containing Elkem Microsilica®, was pumped from ground level to a vertical height of 601 metres. The high