Presented by a Demolition Service Provider
For the successful performance of the different types of demolition service, various kinds of demolition machines are needed. Here they are:
- Articulated Trucks. These trucks are vehicles that have a joint allowing them to make sharp turns. They speed up hauling since they are maneuverable and fast.
- Backhoe Loaders. These can have various attachments and are short reach. They can work in moderately small areas.
- Hydraulic Excavators. Providing for longer reach and power, they are a step up from the backhoe. Can be used with many attachments.
- Material Excavators. These machines’ main purpose is to take dismantled materials and load them on trucks for the purpose of removal.
- Multi Terrain Loaders. Small loaders work on different terrains and are very compact, which makes them suitable for small areas. Different attachments can be used with them.
- Skid Steer Loaders. These are very versatile. Their compactness makes them right for small areas. They can have different attachment, the most common of which is a bucket.
- Track Loaders. These are quite powerful and are used for raising and lifting. Usually used with a bucket.
- Track-Type Tractors. These machines are the most powerful ones. They are used for lifting and raising. Usually used with a bucket.
- Wheel Loaders. They are most suitable for loading and hauling debris and scrap.
DEMOLITION TOOLS & ACCESSORIES
- Buckets. This attachment is the most common one. It has the broadest use, which includes raising, hauling, and digging. There are buckets of different shapes and sizes.
- Grapples. These are used for the clearing of land and the digging of material. Excellent for loading and sorting.
- Hammers. They are needed for the breaking of asphalt, concrete, rocks, foundations, roadways, sidewalks, walls, and other masonry materials
- Multi Processors. These accessories cut, shear, and pulverize.
- Pulverizers. These are ideal for breaking down masonry material into small pieces.
- Shears. They are good for cutting cable, steel, and rebar.