C9 Long Concrete Splitter
C9L / Darda
Many contractors find they can reduce costs, save time and make demolition work
profitable using the hydraulic splitting method. Hydraulic splitting means controlled demolition.
As the direction of breaks can be determined, concrete can be cut in sections as large as your equipment
can handle. Hydraulic splitting eliminates both shocks and vibrations associated with large impact tools.
The stone and concrete splitting cylinder functions according to the proven wedge principle,
whereby a strong force is applied in an extremely constricted space (from within).
Rock and concrete put up considerable resistance to forces applied externally. As a result, conventional
demolition methods such as hydraulic chisels or crushers are unable to demolish these materials with
any worthwhile degree of control or precision.
By comparison, the resistance of stone and concrete to force applied internally is 90% less, with the result
that they disintegrate relatively easily.
Primary Application Areas Include:
Demolition of Concrete and Steel Reinforced Concrete
Demolition of normal and lightly reinforced concrete
Demolition of steel reinforced concrete
Demolition in enclosed rooms and in hard to access places
Demolition in tight places
Stone and concrete wall demolition
Heads from concrete piles
Secondary cutting of large concrete blocks (e.g. smaller break-up for recycling purposes)
Rock demolition (e.g. with trench work)
Secondary cutting of rock
Extension work in underground mining
Block Production in the Natural Stone Industry
- Available with pneumatic, diesel, electric and petrol power pack.
- Splitting force up to 413 tons (4048 kn)
- Dust free
- Quiet performance
- Can be used for applications with difficult access
- Vibration free
- Easy handling
- Easy transportation
- Splits in second
- Controlled splitting
- Dimensionally accurate splitting
|Required Bore Hole Diameter||
|Length Wedge Set||
|Minimum Bore Hole Depth||
|Length Splitting Cylinder||
|Effective Splitting Force||
1962 kN to 200
|Theoretical Splitting Force||
2995 kN to 305