Built on an Autocar Class 8 conventional DC-64 chassis, this first DC-64P is upfitted with a Schwing America 38-meter boom pump.  - Photo: Autocar

Built on an Autocar Class 8 conventional DC-64 chassis, this first DC-64P is upfitted with a Schwing America 38-meter boom pump. 

Photo: Autocar

Autocar Truck has released its first conventional concrete pump truck, the DC-64P, custom-engineered for Columbus, Ohio-based State-Wide Concrete Pumping Inc. Built on an Autocar Class 8 conventional DC-64 chassis, this first DC-64P is upfitted with a Schwing America 38-meter boom pump.

The DC-64P is the newest addition to Autocar Truck’s DC series trucks, built to perform in any vocation or application. The severe-duty conventional DC-64P completes its offerings for concrete fleets and serves in addition to the popular Autocar Truck’s cabover ACX pump trucks.

Built from a combination of steel, meticulously chosen components, and reinforced with aluminum corner castings, the cab is built to withstand the toughest conditions. The raked windshield and rounded corner windows provide 325-degree visibility for the viewing area.

The State-Wide DC-64P is custom-engineered with a Schwing America 38-meter boom pump that provides flexibility to set-up in areas without impeding traffic while allowing their booms’ full reach off one side of the chassis. The pump uses 915 degrees of boom articulation on the working side of the five-section boom. Additionally, it features vector controls, a rock valve, and Schwing’s Super X Outriggers that set-up fast and provides a compact and stable platform for pumping.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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