Non-explosive demolition or chemical cracking involves the use of chemical agents that are considered silent alternatives to explosives and gas pressure products used in drilling, mining and quarrying. A combined solution of non-explosive demolition agents and water is poured into the drill holes. For the next two hours, the fluid spreads, breaking the rock in a pattern similar to the cracks made by traditional explosives.
As one of the fastest-growing marketplaces for non-explosive demolition companies in Brisbane CBD, iSeekplant has got you covered for all your non-explosive demolition needs. iSeekplant's online directory enables Brisbane CBD residents to search for competitive rates and hire skilled non-explosive demolition contractors with state-of-the-art equipment serving their area. With contact information provided for your convenience, you can easily connect with any non-explosive demolition experts in Brisbane CBD to get a quote as quickly as possible. Take a look at our listings above now.
For a demolition job, you don't always want to deal with explosives to carry out the job. Most people believe that an explosion is required for demolition to be a demolition. However, it doesn't have to be like that all the time. Non-explosive demolition is a procedure that relies on chemical agents to safely dissolve concrete and rock during the demolition process. This is a feasible alternative to explosives, particularly in cases where there is a significant result of damage by explosives or where vibrations caused by explosives may harm adjacent buildings or other infrastructure.
Non-explosive demolition is a quiet operation that is much safer than explosives. It is also an environmentally safe practice which significantly decreases costs and lowers insurance rates for demolition projects. When you take advantage of chemical cracking services, you do not have to go through the process of securing blasting permits, and you can dismantle and reuse concrete slabs for other purposes with minimal damage.
iSeekplant has a wide range of non-explosive demolition suppliers in Brisbane CBD on our platform across Australia. If you can’t find any chemical cracking in Brisbane CBD, you can also check out our non-explosive demolition contractors in Brisbane South, Brisbane North, Sumner, Wacol or Brisbane East. You can also view many related services including Chemical Cracking and Drilling and Blasting.
The Queensland Government has awarded CPB Contractors (a CIMIC Group company) a multi-million-dollar contract to deliver major upgrades to the Bruce Highway.Read more here
With the 2020 Queensland State Election just days away, every potential party is scrambling to get their last-minute campaign messages out before the blackout period. Maybe your mailbox is crammed full of shiny flyers, maybe you’ve received a text, or maybe your Youtube ads have been bombarded with political faces and bolded words. No matter who you are, no one has escaped the noise of this election. From rumours of tampered ballot boxes to candidate signs being vandalised, election season has never been more chaotic.Read more here
Macmahon Holdings has been awarded a new $200 million contract by Anglo American Australia for mining works at the Dawson metallurgical coal mine in Queensland. The contract award will get Macmahon to deliver surface mining services at the Dawson South operations over a three-year period beginning July 2021. “We are very pleased to be selected for the Dawson South operation by Anglo American, a leading global mining company. We look forward to working very closely with our new client to ensure a smooth transition period and continuity of safe operations. This new project further strengthens our growing east coast presence,” Macmahon Holdings CEO and Managing Director Michael Finnegan said. The Dawson Mine is located in Central Queensland and it is considered as one of the oldest coal mining operations in the region – commencing operations in 1961. The mine is comprised of three operating pits, namely North, Central and South. The Dawson Mine was the first Australian mine to export coal to Japan in 1961 as well as the first mine to introduce the use of draglines in operations in 1963. The Dawson Mine is a joint venture development between Anglo American and Mitsui Holdings, and operated by Anglo American.Read more here
iSeekPlant is committed to supporting efforts to promote and identify indigenous owned businesses supplying to mining, resources and infrastructure projects. this supplier has identified itself as being Indigenous Owned or Affiliated under the following conditions: