Wall Saw

The wall sawing process is used to produce dimensionally correct cuts within the building structure. The Wall Saw uses saw blades up to 1600 millimeters in diameter. This allows cutting depths of up to 730 millimeters. The Wall Saw does not cause shock, vibration, or dust and is therefore very environmentally friendly. Noise pollution is also extremely low. In addition, no consequential damage is caused to the remaining building structure. The saw has an electric feed within a rail system, which results in a high cutting speed. Our Wall Saws are remote-controlled and are always operated by a trained employee.

Other milestones
Research project: MAMA - Machine-based, automated, unmanned demolition process
Development: RDB 100i
Together with the TU Dresden and IBL-hydronic, we are working on the MAMA process (machine-based, automated, unmanned, demolition process) for the RDB 100i.
MB Spezialabbruch - Demolition and dismantling without the use of explosives
Sequential Collapse
We have successfully applied the method of a safely induced controlled sequential collapse for the demolition of the cooling tower of the nuclear power plant in Mülheim-Kärlich.
MB Spezialabbruch - Milestones: Wire saw
Wire Saw
A wire saw is often used to process components with large cutting depths and to cut tubular structures to size.
MB Spezialabbruch - Milestones: Drop anchor
Drop Anchor
The heavy-duty fastening device (drop anchor) is used to fasten loads to building structures where the wall panel has to be anchored.