Non Vibration Rock Breaking Method by Powerking Rock splitter uses the multiple hydraulic pistons push the rock toward the free face side.
* Drill the hole of which diameter is bigger than 80mmØ and 1~3 meter deep by crawler drill or leg drill.
* Put the power cylinders into the holes and then push the rock toward the free face side.
* Totally 1,000~ 1,400 ton power pushes the rock for 2-4 minute and then the rock will be split.
* On sites where there is a restriction or ban on the use of hydraulic impact hammers or conventional blasting methods.
* In downtown core areas where there are by laws regarding noise and dust pollution.
* Job sites near to electrical supplies, gas mains, water mains, or other services that can be adversely affected by vibration and fly rock.
* Under, in, or beside historic buildings, that can be damaged by less controlled methods.
* Excavating narrow trenches in rock, or concrete, dedicated to service lines such as gas, electricity, water and sewage.
* Vibration free, noise free
* Convenient Operation
* Low cost of rock breaking and maintenance
* Versatile usage
For drilling rock or concrete, a crawler drill (Top Hammering Drill) is generally used due to the good performance and convenience. However, this kind of drilling machine makes a lot of noise and dust.
The Excavator attached hydraulic driven diamond core drill, developed by Powerking, is a new concept machine for solving these problems.
* Install the Core Drill and connect the Hydraulic Hose line.
* Positioning of Core Drill and cleaning any loose soil.
* Water Supply.
* Open the Hydraulic Hose Line.
* Raising and Lowering of Core Bit
* Get out the remaining material
* Insert the Power Cylinder of Rock Splitter
* Secondary breaking
* Drilling work of big Boulder
* Drilling work in crowd village
* Subway construction
* Road construction
* Trench work
* Very low drilling sound and no vibration.
* Power comes from Excavator. So, Crawler drill is not required
* Cylinder driven for shortening the height of equipment and deeper drilling.