Hydraulic Rock Drill & Splitter for sale

A client from Chile ordered a hydraulic rock drill splitter machine from us.

YG-1500 Hydrualic Rock Drill & Splitter Machine

Drill depth: 1500mm

Borehole diameter: 125mm

Drill-split per borehole: 5 minutes

What is an integrated hydraulic rock drilling splitting machine?

Integrated hydraulic rock drilling splitting machine, also known as a hydraulic rock splitter or rock drilling splitter, is a specialized tool used in construction, mining, and demolition activities. It is designed to split or break apart hard rocks and concrete structures using hydraulic pressure.

Integrated hydraulic rock drilling splitting machine

Check how hydraulic rock drill & splitter works – Just 4 Steps

Step 1. Position the machine near the target area and drill a hole in the rock or concrete.

Step 2. Insert wedges or counter wedges into the drilled hole.

Step 3. Activate the hydraulic power unit and apply pressure to the splitting cylinder, causing the wedges to move apart and exert force on the material.

Step 4. The rock or concrete fractures along the hole, resulting in a clean split.

    Various applications

    integrated hydraulic rock drilling splitting machine

    This Hydraulic rock drill splitter machine finds application in mining operations for the extraction of minerals and ores, as well as in the quarrying industry for extracting stone blocks or splitting large rocks into smaller pieces.

    It is also employed in civil engineering projects for tasks like rock excavation, tunneling, and foundation work where the removal or separation of hard rock formations is necessary.

    Why buying an integrated hydraulic rock drilling splitting machine?

    It can save time and labor compared to manual or traditional methods of breaking apart hard materials.

    Wide range of applications: construction, mining, quarrying, landscaping, and more.

    It reduces the risks associated with manual drilling, hammering, or blasting methods, which can be physically demanding and potentially dangerous.

    Reduce noise pollution, vibration, and dust generation.

    With the machine, operators have greater control over the splitting process. 

    While the initial investment in the machine may seem significant, its long-term cost savings can be substantial.