Rock Splitter Overview
Hydraulic Rock and Concrete Splitters replace blasting and conventional demolition methods. They break down concrete or rock without pressure waves, without vibrations and with very little noise and dust. Our Darda C12 Splitter is designed for demolition of concrete, reinforced concrete, rock and natural stone and also for block quarrying granite in the natural stone industry. It splits walls and masonry, rock splitting in trench work, Secondary splitting of boulders, Tunnel-driving work and Expansion work in underground mining.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide Training?
Full and comprehensive training on how to operate the equipment.
What are your prices?
Minimum Hire is 1 day.
Weekly rate is based on 5 days working week Monday – Friday.
Can I hire over the weekend?
Weekend working hours: will uplift the price by 50% to include standby service.
Delivery/collection: is not included.
Do I require Insurance?
Yes, you require plant hire insurance for the full value of equipment on hire.
Contact us at email@example.com or 057 862 6669 for the value of equipment.
Do you deliver nationwide?
Yes, we provide nationwide delivery and will keep you updated on the status of your hire order.
Do you provide Maintenance?
On site maintenance or replacement (if required) and call out for any of our machines will be avaliable to you.
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About our Electric Plant Hire Company
For the past 10 years, Ecoplant remains Ireland’s leading supplier of Electric Remote Control Demolition Machines, Electric Diggers, Electric Dumpers and other Electric Plant Equipmetn. The high productivity rate of Ecoplant’s machines places our technology in a division of its own among demolition methods.
Whether you are planning to do demolition work or carry out renovation work you need equipment that is reliable, efficient and safe. There are project schedules to meet and downtime to avoid. Choosing the right method and equipment can make a lot of difference to your bottom line.