Manual concrete jackhammering and associated work

Demolition and technical dismantling often require manual jackhammering of concrete during auxiliary works such as: execution of sockets, precise levelling of substrates and assembly of beams and lintels. This work can be carried out at any stage, in addition to the basic work carried out using demolition robots and excavators.

The work is carried out using pneumatic or electric jackhammers, the weight and power of which is adapted to the task. If necessary, it is supported by diamond saws, cutters, slitting machines and other equipment.

Robots may be used to demolish various types of wall elements, ceilings, stairs, column, concrete or masonry structures. Work may also include stripping floors, plasters and various types of cladding.