Kemroc to demonstrate cutting technology at ConExpo

German manufacturer Kemroc’s excavator and backhoe attachments are commonly used in demolition and excavation applications.

Kemroc KSI injection excavator attachment At ConExpo, Kemroc will present the new Kemsolid division and its main product, the KSI injection excavator attachment. (Photo: Kemroc)

At this year’s ConExpo, taking place in Las Vegas, USA, from 14 to 18 March, the company will emphasise the capabilities of its EK range of chain cutters.

With their patented, centrally located chain running between two cutter drums, these attachments are used to excavate narrow, deep trenches in soft to medium hard rock.

They are the narrowest excavator attachments for trenching in the market – starting at 50.8 cm (20 in) wide.

Kemroc will also 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, 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.

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