KEMROC's EK range of chain cutters excavate narrow, deep trenches without any over-excavation. (KEMROC photo)
KEMROC excavator and backhoe attachments are commonly used in road building, excavation, foundation work, trenching, tunnelling, demolition, auger drilling and mining applications.
These "Made in Germany" attachments combine high-performance with strength and reliability. A comprehensive sample of KEMROC's products and services will be shown in Las Vegas.
KEMROC's range of excavator and backhoe loader attachments are designed to cut through difficult materials such as hard rock, solid soil, reinforced concrete and even aircraft wings and bodies. KEMROC engineers review the latest technologies and innovations related to rock grinding and trenching on a continuous basis.
All attachments are designed and manufactured in Germany using the best German engineering technology. The R&D department never stops developing new attachments to provide the most efficient and cost-effective solutions to clients in the construction and demolition industries, the company said.
Standard Products, New Methods
At ConExpo-Con/AGG, KEMROC will emphasize the unique capabilities of its EK range of chain cutters. With their centrally located chain running between two cutter drums, these attachments are used to excavate narrow, deep trenches in soft to medium hard rock.
KEMROC chain cutters are the narrowest excavator attachments for trenching in the market — starting at 20 in. wide. They are the perfect trenching tool as they do exact size trenching from top to bottom without over-excavation, even in deeper applications, according to the manufacturer.
In trenching applications, they provide better productivity compared to a rock breaker and 40 percent more productivity compared to a drum cutter. Users can even excavate crossings under utilities or pipelines.
KEMROC chain cutters are safe to use near utilities as they operate with minimal vibration and low noise. Furthermore, they can work up to 100 ft. under-water without any modifications and even deeper with compressed air.
Last but not least, they provide better output material, which can be used on-site as backfill, avoiding costs associated with transporting spoils to dumps and purchasing backfill material.
KEMROC also will take the opportunity of present its new KEMSOLID division and its main product, the KSI injection excavator attachment. It has a long sword with a cutting chain that can grind its way down through soils and rock. It then mixes the broken material with a cement suspension pumped via hoses from a semi-mobile mixing plant.
When hardened, the soil cement mixture produces a dense, structurally sound, impermeable structure. The KSI stabilizing attachments from KEMROC and its KEMSOLID division are at the core of a method for producing in-situ earth cement structures. The attachments are available in a range of sizes and sword lengths.
The KSI injection excavator attachment is produced by KEMROC's KEMSOLID division. (KEMROC photo)
Welcome to Market and Exhibition
In order to increase its level of awareness and presence on the U.S. market, the European manufacturer has recently founded a subsidiary in Dallas, Texas. Currently a strong dealer network is being established.
At the ConExpo-Con/AGG fair, KEMROC products will be shown at a joint booth with AYA Inc (booth West Hall – W42748). The KEMSOLID division and its large KSI injector will be shown in the outdoor exhibition area at the booth of Hammer & Steel Inc (D2227).
For more information, visit www.kemroc.com.
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