RockTools Attachments, LLC SINCE 1985 Rock Tools Attachments Experience With over 3 decades of excavator attachments experience Rock Tools, Attachments is a leader in finding cutting solutions for rock, concrete, steel, aluminum and just about any material
There are seemingly unlimited potential applications for Antraquip hydraulic cutting attachments on rock excavation projects of all sorts.
The Tungsten Carbide rock saw is the perfect rock-cutting attachment for quarrying, earthmoving, excavation and mining. This saw uses standard teeth, commonly used amongst road profilers. No need for blade cooling or watering during cutting. Further sizes for rock saws can be custom-made.
2021-3-19 The TEI Rock Drill Excavator Attachment is ideal for use in difficult low, high and confined environments. Its 360º swivel capabilities offer an extreme range of motion. The built-in swivel accepts air, water or grout for all types of drilling techniques.
2021-3-17 The Tools & Attachments division develops, manufactures and markets rock drilling tools and hydraulic attachment tools. The products are used for rock excavation, mining, construction, demolition and recycling. The division also provides related service.
2016-12-22 xcentricripper A Revolution in Rock Excavation The Xcentric ® Ripper is an excavator attachment developed with the latest advances in excavation and demolition systems in mind.
Rock Drill Attachment for Excavator Hydraulic excavator capabilities have expanded far beyond excavation tasks with buckets. With the advent of hydraulic-powered attachments such as a breaker, a grapple or an auger, the excavator is frequently used in many
2021-3-19 Drum cutter attachments for excavator A drum cutter is an attachment where rotating drums equipped with picks, strategically positioned around the outer diameter, are rotated by a hydraulic motor at several hundred revolutions per minute to cut rock,
2 天前 Rock excavation tools disintegrate and remove the rock from boreholes and tunnels by four basic mechanisms: thermal spalling, fusion and vaporization, mechanical stresses, and chemical reactions, as shown in Figure 5.1.