Demolition • Dismantling Technology • Blasting technology • Remediation • Disposal Technology

Blasting Technology

The deconstruction of buildings and plants by blasting is not only a spectacular event, it also demands extensive knowledge, a great deal of experience, and responsible operation by our authorised blasters. In Europe, the use of blasting technology has been in decline in recent decades. Consequently, our decades of experience in this discipline make us a valuable partner for blasting tasks. Within the field of blasting technology, we specialise in:

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Steel blasting

We use steel blasting for the dismantling and deconstruction of complex steel constructions such as brown coal excavators. In doing this, the elements of the respective main supporting structure are severed within a fraction of a second by means of cutting charges. The use of this process facilitates the optimisation of deconstruction costs by the elimination of large, expensive cranes.


Blasting of hot masses

The greatest demand on staff and technology is for the blasting of hot masses inside combustion chambers, reactors and slag hoppers. The work is carried out under extreme conditions with the use of special heat protective clothing. Red-hot slag with material temperatures of over 900°C and air temperatures of approx. 750°C are no rarity here


Blast cleaning

To clean off dust deposits in boiler flues such as in power stations, refuse incineration plants, material containers and hoppers, we have developed a process, which enables us to carry out the cleaning work during ongoing operation at a high temperature. Regular execution of this procedure enables the optimisation of plant operating times.


Building blasting / general blasting work

Whether in the use of electrical, non-electrical or electronic ignition processes, our engineers and authorised blasters compile the appropriate blasting technology. We are also able to undertake advisory attendance, the measurement of blast shocks, and the preceding procurement of evidence of buildings, canals or other objects.