The most common controlled demolition methods and their significance are listed below.
What are the controlled demolition methods? And its benefits?
- Robotic Demolition: is among the safest and most effective methods for demolishing a structure. It is a demolition method that harms neighboring structures and buildings the least. Additionally, these tools don’t create any dust or noise when they dismantle the buildings, which is incredibly advantageous for the workers’ health who are on the job site.
- Diamond Drilling: is one of the quickest ways to create precise holes, and openings on concrete structures, bricks, glass, and metals. Operators utilize highquality diamond drill bits to precisely drill holes and create openings. Because there is no dust or vibration with this technique, the workers at the site can simply focus on their jobs. In addition, the absence of noise when holes and openings are made with the use of diamond drill bits protects workers from hearing issues. Additionally, because of the compact size of the tools, it becomes easier for operators to drills holes in confined spaces.
- Hydraulic Bursting: For the demolition of major residential and commercial structures, this technique is frequently used. It is ideal for safely dismantling masonry, concrete, and stone structures. When using this approach, operators must first drill multiple holes on the target structure before inserting hydraulic bursting heads into the holes to generate the force needed to break down the structure safely.