Non Vibration Rock Bursting & Rock Splitting Method uses the multiple hydraulic pistons push the rock toward the free face side.
1. Drill the hole of which diameter during Ø90mm to Ø130mm and 1~1.2meter depth by rock drill.
2. Put the cylinders into the holes and then push the rock toward the free face side.
1. On sites where there is a restriction or ban on the use of hydraulic hammers or conventional blasting methods.
2. In downtown core areas where there are by laws regarding noise and dust pollution.
3. Job sites near to electrical supplies, gas mains, water mains, or other services that can be adversely affected by vibration and fly rock.
3. Under, in, or beside historic buildings, that can be damaged by less controlled methods.
4. Excavating narrow trenches in rock, or concrete, dedicated to service lines such as gas, electricity, water and sewage.
1. Vibration free, noise free
2. Convenient Operation
3. High Efficiency
4. Low cost of rock breaking and maintenance
5. Versatile usage