If your business requires temporary storage of cement or other materials at a job site, then the portable cement pig rental might be the perfect solution.
Cement pigs are pneumatic trailers that are uniquely designed for materials hauling and temporary on-site storage. Primarily, cement pigs have a larger storage capacity and are easier to use than traditional cement silos. Overall, the cement pig is perfect for high-volume jobs.
RWC Equipment Leasing can bring the cement pigs to your build site, which allows you to keep the material safe from the elements and readily accessible as needed. Additionally, RWC Equipment Leasing offers short and long-term lease options.
If a portable cement pig sounds like the right product for your job, please call RWC Equipment Leasing at (561) 400-3204 or email us email@example.com to learn more.
What is the Portable Cement Pig?
The portable cement pig is a horizontal job site bulk storage container that can be kept onsite for on-demand cement that is protected against the elements. Like a traditional cement silo, a cement pig is ideal for large-scale, high-volume jobs that require a lot of cement. A cement pig usually has a higher capacity than a traditional cement silo or storage container.
Traditional Cement Silo vs. Cement Pig
A traditional cement silo stands upright and generally is planted at a job site where it will remain on-site until the job is completed. While it holds anywhere from 20-80 tons of cement, these will work well for smaller jobs. Conversely, the standard silo has an adequate capacity for a building site, it is not quite efficient enough for a high-volume job.
Portable cement pigs are portable silos that hold up to 140 tons of cement, which is nearly double the capacity of a standard silo, and is more suitable for large jobs such as highways, bridges, dams, airport runways, and any other huge project that requires a lot of cement. A traditional silo is likely stationary throughout the duration of a job, where a cement pig is mobile and has the capability to be moved to various locations during the course of a project.
What Can You Put in a Cement Pig?
No! A Cement pig is not just for cement. They can hold a wide variety of materials you might need for your project including:
- Fly Ash
- Frac Sand
- Activated Carbon
- Non-corrosive liquids
- Soda Ash