Rock Breaking Concrete Breaking- HYDRAULIC ROCK SPLITTER
How a rock splitter work
The hydraulic splitter consist of splitting cylinders and a power
unit. Cylinders are powered by the high pressure power unit. Fuel
tank piston and wedges are main component of cylinder. It need a
pre-drill hole of required depth down on the material for movement
of middle wedge. There is a valve on the top of cylinder to control
piston work, when the power unit give pressure make the piston
work, piston will pressure middle wedge move into bottom, and at
the same time, middle wedge will push counter wedges move to sides,
a huge horizontal splitting force is produced against to the hole
wall, when the tension increases beyond the tensile strength of the
material, a split will occur.
Hydraulic cylinder is bigger, splitting force is bigger.
Widely use in infrastruction, foundations, civil construction,
tunnels, channels, funnels, barriers, dams, underwater demolition,
old building demolition, mining and quarry industry, rock
dismantle, bridge decks, airport and more.
Bridge decks, bridge abutments, retaining walls, floor slabs,
reinforced concrete, foundations, wall openings, brick and rock
walls, culverts, locks, dams, road barriers, underwater demolition,
sidewalks, curbs, most types of rock, machine blocks
Directivity:Hydraulic methods means controlled methods, cylinder handle
direction will be the splitting direction, special if user carve a
groove on the material, it will get a better effect.
Safe:As a alternative technology compare to blasting, impact breaking,
hydraulic method is vibration free, impact free, it means more safe
then traditional methods.
Economical:Hydraulic cylinder only need a very low fuel flow to drive the
piston work, according to calculate, more economical then sawing,
High efficiency:Only few seconds the rock splitter can split big stone into parts,
and the cracks are deep and width if you tried a reasonable
settlement and splitting cylinders.
Easy Operation:Easy to learn and use, only one people can operation.
Hydraulic Rock Splitter Specifications