Concrete Crunching

to reduce concrete to rubble
An extremely efficient method for reducing concrete to rubble without vibration or water. Jaws are applied to the free or open edge of a concrete structure. Hydraulic power forces the jaws to close crushing the concrete. The process is repeated until the whole structure is removed.

This system is virtually emission-free avoiding noise, dust, vibration and water. Unlike concrete bursting there is no need for diamond holes to be pre-drilled and the resulting rubble is much easier to remove. Due to the non-percussive nature of this process structural integrity is not affected and quiet operation means the minimum of disruption. This technique is ideal for heavy jobs on both internal and external structures.