Concrete Bursting
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Concrete Bursting

Nationwide Drilling & Cutting Service

At Specialist Cutting Services Ltd we offer an excellent Concrete Bursting service throughout the UK.

Latest Equipment Used

We use the latest technology for all our Concrete Bursting services. This ensures minimum disruption and quiet working on all projects.

Highest Standards of Work

At Specialist Cutting Services Ltd, we are a well respected company and come highly recommended when it comes to our Concrete Bursting services.

Specialist Cutting Services Ltd provide excellent Concrete Bursting services to both domestic and commercial clients in Berkshire, Surrey, London and the Home Counties.

Concrete Bursting is a process that helps minimise breaking to reinforced concrete. It is also used to split concrete or rock formations into smaller pieces so they are more manageable and creates less noise pollution and vibration. At Specialist Cutting Services, our Concrete Bursting service is more of a quieter form of demolition and can be used to remove both large and small sections of concrete and is ideal for confined environments. We have a variety of busters that are available in both 47mm and 107mm diameters and come in a range of lengths too. The process of Concrete Bursting means that holes are drilled into the robust concrete structures and then the buster is inserted into the pre-drilled holes. After this a hydraulic ram is then applied and moves the wedge between the removable plates. This forces the concrete to inevitably split itself, which then fractures into a systematically pre-drilled hole. During the process of Concrete Bursting the hydraulics can create a force of up to 4000KN, which makes it one of the most impressive tools to use against tough concrete. This is a repetitive process until the entire structure is broken in to manageable sections of concrete. We have in-depth knowledge of how to conduct this type of Concrete Bursting process as we have been carrying out this service for over 20 years. In addition to this we have worked with many domestic and commercial clients in and around Berkshire, Surrey, London and the Home Counties.

Why choose Specialist Cutting Services for Concrete Bursting?

At Specialist Cutting Services, our Concrete Bursting service is a quick set up and is usually used in conjunction with diamond drilling. It is known to be one of the fasted methods of weakening reinforced concrete and can destroy large masses at great depths. For example, a 100mm head can achieve a bursting capability of 108 tonnes. This process of Concrete Bursting is also hand held which makes it more portable and manageable; furthermore, it is a very quiet procedure which creates no dust and can be used for both internal and external environments.

Contact Specialist Cutting Services for more information on Concrete Bursting in Berkshire, Surrey, London or the Home Counties.

If you have any more enquires about our Concrete Bursting services then please feel free to call us on 0118 979 4333, where you will be put through to one of our advisers that can help provide you with more information. Alternatively, you can request a free call back or site survey.

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Jerry Hayes, Costain Limited

“They have managed to maintain a high degree of professionalism and good reaction time to important last minute tasks. I have now used SCS on many projects in the past and will continue to work with them in the future.”

James Worth, Carillion M1 Project

“The workforce are professional on site and their work is always to a very high standard. Productivity is very good and above the levels I have experienced with other sub-contractors in the region. I would recommend them to any other client or major contractor for future works.”

John Mckehon, PP Construction

“PP Construction Ltd have employed SCS to carry out cutting and drilling works for many years. The primary reason for the repeated business with SCS is the dediction the company places on the quality of their workmanship and the processes they have in place to ensure the works are completed as required.”