Learn All About Hydrodemolition
Hydrodemolition entails the use of high pressure or ultra high pressure water jet equipment in place of conventional tools to remove concrete and other materials. It is an incredibly effective way to cut down concrete without affecting steel substructures and other important parts of the structure.
The Hydrodemolition process is more accurate than other techniques, especially hydraulic power tools, because there are no vibrations. Water jets are much easier to target and there is very little impact on surrounding materials. The process is also much safer than other approaches, dramatically reducing the risk of workplace injuries.
Environmentally Friendly Solution
As well as being incredibly effective, the hydrodemolition process is also much gentler on the environment. Pressure jetting is much quieter than heavy duty equipment, reducing the acoustic impact on surrounding areas. Waste water can easily be collected and filtered to prevent cross contamination. Heavier equipment normally produces a great deal of dust when demolishing concrete. With water jet systems there is zero dust, reducing air pollution to negligible levels.
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Why Choose Us?
The choice of manual or robotic services means we can cater to all kinds of requirement, including working at heights. With every project we work on we take care to plan for every safety eventuality. Careful planning minimises the risk of injury and ensures our customers receive the best standards of service. We can help you to select the best approach for your project and advise you on all of the options that are available.
There are several advantages to working with us, including our level of professionalism and the sophistication of our robotic services. If you need maximum accuracy we can use the Equal Distance System (EDS) to maximise the removal of concrete. The efficiency and safety of our robots are both provided for with the Intelligent Sensing Control (ISC). This great system lets the technician control the device with its own onboard computer.
We often get asked what is hydrodemolition? We hope that this page and the rest of this section will help you to learn more about one of our specialist areas, and allow you to choose the right service for you.