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CONCRETE BURSTING

Concrete bursting is typically used for cracking deep sections of concrete where conventional breaking techniques would be arduous and time consuming.  Bursting heads are placed in pre-drilled holes and are expanded under hydraulic pressure to produce cracks, effectively splitting the structure into smaller sections for removal.

Concrete bursting is also an ideal method when vibration and noise is prohibited, i.e. within or adjacent to occupied dwellings, historic buildings, or structures especially sensitive to vibration.

  • Emission free 110V or 3-phase operation

  • ‘Burster’ heads are inserted into pre-drilled holes to break large areas of concrete

  • Bursting pressures of up to 2120 tons

Typical applications include:

  • Foundations

  • Pillars

  • Bearers

  • Concrete walls

60" Rock/Frost Saw

The IWS 60" Rock/Frost saw uses a carbide tipped blade mounted to a riding power unit. This unit is primarily used for demolition cutting.

Typical applications include:

  • Non-reinforced concrete

  • Rock

  • Stone

  • Frost