MB Diamond Drilling

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Diamond  Drilling is a non-percussive technique that involves drilling multiple holes which overlap, enabling the formation of openings any shape or size.  The drilling rigs are powered by 110-volt, 415-volt or hydraulic motors. The advantages of Diamond Drilling is that it reduces hand and arm vibration and results in ...
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The Brokk and Husqvarna machines have many attachments and uses ranging from, breakers, crunchers, processors, shears, grapples, buckets and many more. We use the high-tech machinery to make demolition a cleaner and safer job. These machines also minimise pollution, keeps all the operators safe. The brokk and the Husqvarna have a small footprint. T...
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Diamond Wire Sawing is another method of cutting reinforced concrete, masonry and metal.  As the diamond wire can be as long or as short as needed it can be used in many applications from very large structures, for example, bridges and large slabs of concrete, to small applications. This method is again semi remote, it take...
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Track and wall sawing create cuts in reinforced concrete or brickwork structures.  Track saws are powered by 415-volt three phase power and are used to form separation cuts which can be angled to cut staircases, windows and doorways. As the track saw runs on a track it can achieve smooth accurate cuts up to a depth of 1000mm.  The bl...
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The Specialist Demolition machines are called a Brokk.  The Brokk is a remote-controlled robotic machine which is manufactured in different sizes, from a Brokk 60 right up to a Brokk 400, these machines come with a large range of attachments including:  breakers, jaws, buckets and shears. The smaller machines can be used in...
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Chasing is a technique used to form cuts in the concrete and brickwork mostly for electrical conduits to be submerged flush inside the wall or floors. These cuts are formed using a handheld cutter with a diamond blade.  The handheld cutter can have a dustvac attached to suck up most of the dust created from the blade.
The handheld concrete crunchers are a two-man operation. The power pack runs off electric, and in most cases three phase power. The concrete crunchers will effectively crunch up to 300mm of reinforced concrete walls and slabs, working very well in conjunction with the sawing and wire sawing techniques. The cruncher is a relatively quiet proces...
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Concrete Hydraulic Bursting is a method of controlled demolition used to form openings in reinforced concrete and deep brickwork structures.  Holes are, in most cases, Diamond Drilled at suitable centres in the slab or wall, the burster head is then positioned into the predrilled hole.  Hydraulic pressure is provided b...
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Diamond concrete floor sawing is used to cut reinforced and mass concrete structures such as motorways and floor slabs to form demolition lines for trenching or separating cuts from remaining structures. Diamond concrete floor sawing machines are powered by either petrol, diesel or 415-volt three phase power for the more sensitive, fume f...
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