Core drilling is the most widespread and common technique of the concrete sawing industry. It is also one of the most fiercely competitive sectors, with dozens of manufacturers fighting incessantly for a bigger market share. Andrei Bushmarin reports.
For owners of excavators and loaders, performance is the main concern. To achieve high productivity, the machine and the work tool need to be seamlessly synchronized. And this is a small and deceptively simple device called a quick coupler or a quick hitch that makes them click. PDis Andrei Bushmarin reviews the latest quick coupling systems.
Ground penetrating radar technology is increasingly becoming a useful tool for demolition contractors to mark a suitable cutting or drilling location, such as a wall or floor prior to per-forming cutting and coring work. The technique allows a fast and sure location of steel re-inforcement, cables, electric conduits, embedded plumbing and water pipes.
2014 was a relatively uneventful year for the scrap processing industry. The trendsetters were busy fine tuning their existing products and consolidating their market positions. But good news is that scrap shears are becoming staple products for demolition attachment suppliers, so the number of players in this sector is steadily growing. Andrei Bushmarin reports.
That India carries the symbol of a lion was perhaps created to respect and to keep intruders away. But with the new Prime Minister Narendra Modi the message is different. India is now welcoming other countries and foreign companies to invest in the now booming industry under the slogan Make in India. Also the concrete sawing and drilling industry is getting its share of the positive trends in the country that once was under British administration. PDis Jan Hermansson reports.