Avatar

Please consider registering
guest

sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register

Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —





 

— Match —





— Forum Options —





Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

sp_TopicIcon
Demo of 2 story concrete reinf. bldg
February 22, 2009
1:26 PM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 166
Member Since:
May 30, 2006
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Awesome videos man good stuff, if ya ever should have more videos do post them!.

February 22, 2009
1:07 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 60
Member Since:
February 14, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
February 22, 2009
1:06 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 60
Member Since:
February 14, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
February 22, 2009
1:03 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 60
Member Since:
February 14, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
January 1, 2009
12:02 PM
Avatar
Wolf
Guest

lota sweet demo videos there Sparffo. thanks for posting, and happy new year.

January 1, 2009
3:03 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 79
Member Since:
April 16, 2008
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

This is how we demo 2 story buildings:
The roof;
YouTube - Demolition of a old warehouse

outside facade:
YouTube - Demolition of concrete building

concrete buuilding structure:
YouTube - Demolition of concrete building in Laihia

before we start the demolition we take out everything that is resonable to sort out, sometimes by hand or most of the time with small machines.

interior removal with bobcats and robots:
YouTube - Bobcat 463 stripping floor mat
YouTube - Wall buster on Bobcat 463
YouTube - The Roof Buster
YouTube - Amarillo Vaasa kitchen demolition
YouTube - Demolition Robot in restaurant Amarillo Vaasa
YouTube - Epoxy removal in Amarillo, Vaasa

sorting with bobcats:
YouTube - Bobcat 463 with grapple bucket
YouTube - Bobcat 463 with bucket
YouTube - Bobcat 763 pushing a plaster pile
YouTube - Bobcat 763 with grapple bucket

the things that usually is good to take out, to make the heavy demolition more cost efficient is:
-asbestos or any other problem wastes
-plaster and wooden walls
-glass (windovs etc)
-the interior
-floor mats
-copper piping and electrical stuff
-insulation if possible with reasonable work effort

there is no reason to take out brick or concrete walls, unless its required to make a safe demolition work. brick and concrete goes to the crusher any way, to make a good final product it's necesarry to take out most of the other building materials first.
also steel piping is stupid to cut out with small machines, they are easily sorted out with a concrete cutter, pulveriser or grapple. same goes for metall columns, because they can alos be a part of the bearing structure.

September 8, 2008
6:15 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 5298
Member Since:
August 29, 2005
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

So any update on what ended up happening?

August 26, 2008
7:28 PM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 45
Member Since:
June 17, 2008
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

as far as your question goes no I dont think ur out of spec

August 25, 2008
9:09 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 5298
Member Since:
August 29, 2005
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I am not following you, are you saying you have to leave the first floor intact? If not, as wrecknall stated why aren't you just using an excavator to take in down?

August 18, 2008
7:33 AM
Avatar
Member
Forum Posts: 45
Member Since:
June 17, 2008
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

wondering why your not just taking a excavator to it ?

Forum Timezone: America/New_York

Most Users Ever Online: 429

Currently Online:
19 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

James: 5298

demobud: 817

Robert Kulinski: 573

1Pyro: 548

autoparter: 534

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 48

Members: 3042

Moderators: 0

Admins: 2

Forum Stats:

Groups: 4

Forums: 17

Topics: 19392

Posts: 27626

Administrators: JOHN: 7602, John: 6389

Skip to toolbar