In the world of demolition the excavator is really just a tool carrier. It is the demolition attachment/tool on the end that does the real work. These attachments are specifically designed to provide maximum efficiency and manufactured from the most modern materials. The bucket will generally now be the least used attachment on the end of a demolition excavator boom. The Company has a large range of different types and sizes of attachments that help us to perform to the highest levels. Modern attachments can be categorised into four main types:
There is a hydraulic breaker for virtually any breaking application that requires a boom-mounted percussive tool. From the advanced Rammer In-series hammers for mini-excavators, whose tools are so strong they are guaranteed for life against breakage, to the heavy-duty Rammer G-series for excavators from up to 100 tonnes in weight. Our fleet of breakers is as follows:
|Rammer IN22||3.5-5 tonne||500 kg|
|Rammer S22 City||3.5 tonne||400 kg|
|Rammer S29 City||10-13 tonne||800 kg|
|Rammer E65 City||15-22 tonne||1330 kg|
|Rammer M18||25-30 tonne||1800 kg|
|Rammer E68 City||21-32 tonne||1710 kg|
|Rammer G90 City||40-55 tonne||6950 kg|
CDC crackers, shears and multi-processors are designed to cut through steel, timber and reinforced concrete, and break it down into manageable chunks. They are used as the primary tools and attachments to carry out the structural demolition. With very high shear force and great cutting strength, they can be used with different jaw sets for different applications, including pulverizing. All our multi-processors are flexible, reliable, high-performance, low-maintenance tools that give exceedingly high productivity.
Our fleet of crackers and shears range from the mini to the maxi, including:
|Allied UP4||3.5-5 tonne||440kg|
|Rammer RC6||5-8 tonne||550kg|
|Trevi-Benne MF18||13-21 tonne||1300kg|
|Allied UP20||18-30 tonne||1800kg|
|Genesis GDP450||25-30 tonne||2400kg|
|Rammer RC22N||25-35 tonne||2350kg|
|Caterpillar MP30||35-50 tonne||7000kg|
Our hydraulic pulverisers are designed to crush and separate reinforced concrete and other materials continuously, breaking them down into fragments suitable for recycling and/or removal from site. They are used for tough secondary demolition, in which their very high crushing forces can be exploited to the maximum. All our pulverisers are manufactured by market leading suppliers and give reliable, high-performance, low-maintenance service.
We operate both the mechanical pulverisers, working off the bucket ram of the excavator and the fully hydraulic pulverisers which can give crushing forces up to 700 tonnes.
These attachments are the most versatile tool for selective demolition, sorting and reclamation of all manner of structures. David Clarke pioneered their use in the UK with the first selector grab delivered in 1990. They are now widely used in the demolition industry throughout the UK for primary stripping works and then subsequent clearance of sites.
Again ranging from 300kg up to 2500kg they are equipped with full 360 degree hydraulic rotation for accurate positioning and operation. An experienced operator can pick individual cladding sheets or doors off a building with these irreplaceable tools. Reversible cutting edges are also fitted as standard. Six models are available to suit 3 to 40 tonne excavators:
|Mantovanibenne GR300||3-6 tonne||320kg|
|Rammer RG9||5-9 tonne||425kg|
|Rammer RG15||10-15 tonne||950kg|
|Rammer RG22||15-22 tonne||1280kg|
|Rammer RG28||22-30 tonne||1550kg|
|Rammer RG48||35-50 tonne||2400kg|
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