About Our Buggies
When you're working on a job site that isn't accessible to your concrete truck, you have two options. One is to get your wheelbarrow and shift the concrete to the site manually. It's a good workout, but it's inefficient.
Your second option is to use a concrete buggy (also known as a power buggy or motorized wheelbarrow). Our concrete buggy range has all the answers to your job site needs. From machines with sturdy foam-filled tires for general use to tracked concrete buggy options that will enable you to transport loads on troublesome surfaces, we know we've got the power buggy you need to make your work easier.
You might also be interested in our power buggy range, concrete grinders and concrete screeds.
What is a Concrete Buggy?
A concrete buggy is a piece of equipment used for transporting and pouring concrete. It is often used in construction projects to move wet concrete from a mixer to the location where it is needed. The buggy typically has a large, open bed for holding the concrete and a set of wheels for moving it around the job site. Some models also have a small hopper on the front for dispensing the concrete, while others require the concrete to be manually scooped out of the bed and placed in the desired location.
Benefits of a Concrete Buggy
There are several benefits to using a concrete buggy:
Increased efficiency: A concrete buggy allows you to quickly and easily transport wet concrete from the mixer to the location where it is needed, which can help to speed up the construction process.
Improved safety: Carrying wet concrete by hand can be dangerous, as it is heavy and can cause back injuries. A concrete buggy eliminates the need for manual labor, which can reduce the risk of injury on the job site.
Greater accuracy: A concrete buggy allows you to precisely control the placement of the concrete, which can help to ensure that it is placed exactly where it is needed.
Better finishing: A concrete buggy can help to improve the quality of the finished product by reducing the amount of hand troweling that is required.
Reduced labor costs: Using a concrete buggy can help to reduce the amount of labor that is required for a project, which can help to lower costs.
Increased productivity: A concrete buggy can help to increase the overall productivity of a project by allowing you to move and place concrete more quickly and efficiently.