Diamond Core drilling is used when precise, circular cuts are required. Holes from 6 mm to 1500 mm diameter can be drilled to form openings usually for plumbing, electrical or mechanical engineering applications. Core drilling can be carried out through virtually any thickness of wall or floor.
Our specialist deconstruction division carry out a wide variety of services including: structural alterations, deconstruction and dismantling, explosive demolition and facade retention.
Why Use a Diamond Drilling Method?
If you need holes drilling in reinforced concrete then Diamond Drilling offers pin point accuracy with smooth edges.
Diamond Drilling can also be implemented where large areas of concrete need to be removed, whilst maintaining the integrity of the structure.
Sometimes we implement a method called Stitch Drilling. This involves drilling several holes which are linked together to form openings in slabs or walls.
This method is mainly used where the depths of the structure exceed the limits of a conventional Diamond Saw.
This is an ideal method to adopt where a bespoke shape or size is required.
We can drill holes which are anything from 10mm to 1.5m in diameter. Our team of drillers are highly experienced in all methods using all kinds of rigs. We are confident that we will be able to provide you with both the machinery and the experience to carry out any project.
Can Be Used In Sensitive Or Dangerous Locations
The Brokk, a tracked machine, is a remotely controlled robot that offers safer methods of demolition and has the ability to reduce the time it takes to safely remove walls, floors, staircases and other structures.
Removing Elements of Any Structure Without Disruption
Concrete bursting systems are for the removal of foundations, pillars, machine bases and concrete walls over 320 mm thick. Up to 320mm it is usually more economical to crush where both faces are accessible.