CellFill℠ Has ODOT Approval!
CellFill's CC150 Rig Pumps 150+ Cu/Yds Per Hour
CellFill's CC150 mobile cellular concrete plant offers continuous pumping of 150 cu yds/hour plus an on-board, fully-automated PLC system for job quality control. It was unveiled at an ODOT demo on 11/19/15 in Shawnee, OK. 25 people including 4 ODOT divisions, ODOT bridge division, the Federal Highway Administration, and an Oklahoma State Senator were in attendance to see the CC150 in action. The cellular concrete flowed quickly at the specified densities and attendees were very excited for future applications.
To see how the CC150 can cut time and save costs on your next pipe fill, bridge scour, abutment or other flowable fill project contact us at 918-787-2355 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to announce that as of April 2016, CellFill℠ is an ODOT APPROVED ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL FLOWABLE FILL by the ODOT MATERIALS DIVISION in Oklahoma City!
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Industry leaders are always trying to improve their products, services and/or efficiencies. We are no different. Here are a few projects in the works at CellFill headquarters.
High Pumping Rates + Mobility = Endless Possibilities
The mobility of our CC150 rig makes it a great option for city and rural jobs. Whether you need flowable fill in downtown Tulsa or a field in Adair, OK, the CC150 is ready to roll!
CC150's on-board and fully integrated PLC system lets us monitor exact quantities of cement, water, foam and aggregate on-site.
2017 is already in full swing at CellFill℠! Demand for our high-quality product and services has created new niche opportunities that we are excited and ready to fill. Owner James Diver and team are currently working on a new machine design that will pump a lower yardage rate of material that allows for a much bigger range of concrete densities. Perfect for smaller jobs needing the quality of CellFill℠ cellular concrete at an affordable price! Expected completion of this new model is July 2017. We will keep you posted on the progress.