S-2.1, r. 9 - Regulation respecting concrete pumps and distribution masts

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2. In this Regulation,
“concrete pump” means a machine used to move concrete to a placing area by means of rigid pipes or flexible hoses; (pompe à béton)
“delivery pipes” means the system of rigid pipes and flexible hoses connected to a concrete pump and used to move concrete; (tuyaux de transport)
“distribution mast” means a motorized articulated unit consisting of one or several extendable parts and capable of supporting and guiding concrete delivery pipes; (mât de distribution)
“flexible hoses” means conduits connected to the rigid pipes and tip of a distribution mast or pumping line and used for placing concrete; (tuyaux souples)
“maximum working pressure” means the maximum presssure in bars exerted on the concrete as it leaves the concrete pump cylinder; (pression maximale de travail)
“outriggers” means fixed or extendable metal beams which are attached to the chassis of a pump-truck, rest on disks and are used to level the pump-truck and ensure its stability during use; (stabilisateurs)
“pump-truck” means a unit comprised of a concrete pump, a distribution mast, delivery pipes and the truck on which they are mounted; (camion-pompe)
“rigid pipes” means sections made of non-flexible material and affixed to the distribution mast, held up by supports, and through which concrete flows; (tuyaux rigides)
“work area” means the surface comprising the place where the concrete is to be poured using the distribution mast and the surface covered by the distribution mast as it rotates on the pivot cab axis to pour the concrete. (aire de travail)
O.C. 1520-92, s. 2.