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Rockwheel Logo

An alternative to hydraulic hammers and buckets.

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RockHammer Logo

More powerful. Quieter. A totally new concept in breaking.

DESIGNERS OF:

Rockwheel Logo

An alternative to hydraulic hammers and buckets.

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RockHammer Logo

More powerful. Quieter. A totally new concept in breaking.

Rockwheel Cutter Bucket

“What I really need is something that will cut, crush and load in just one operation”

If this sounds like you, we might have just what you’re looking for. We have taken the proven, high performance of our rockwheel cutting unit and combined it with a bucket to give you a tool that will boost productivity, save time and money and simplify your projects. The ability to cut, crush and load with one attachment means you can achieve real cost savings across high spend areas of machinery, labour and transport.

The high- torque hydraulic cutting units are designed so that the picks can penetrate the material with maximum power making it possible for the excavated rock to be immediately crushed and reused on site. With the ability to process a range of materials from mud to rock this multifunctional tool is ideal for onsite excavating, trenching and for use in road and pipeline construction projects.

Our patented Rockwheel cutterbucket is the 3 in 1 tool you’ve been waiting for- contact us now for more details.

Key benefits:

Time saving, boost productivity – cut, crush and load with no need to change between attachments

Improved performance – hydraulic cutting unit with maximum power and lean profiling

Cost savings – 3 uses in one attachment-save money on attachments, transport and labour

Watch this video and see for yourself

Utility Trenching Mount Edgcumbe Restaurant

Trenching for utilities can often be a disruptive and slow...
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New York gets the Rockwheel Treatment

When a project in New York state demanded a tool...
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“A Nice Piece of Kit” – Customer Review

The clever design of the Rockwheel not only delivers speed...
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Further Cutter Bucket Development ‘I couldn’t live without it’

Just before Christmas and the New Year we went up...
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Stump Grinding

The Rockwheel can be used for stump grinding by replacing...
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Cutter Bucket Development

Border Stone Quarries is a family run company based...
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Setting up the TD140 Rockwheel in Inverness.

This week Webster Equipment went up to Inverness in Scotland...
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Drumcutter Testimonial Crossrail Project

Ed Morgan the Plant Manager of Balfour Beatty Major Projects...
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The C2 Rockwheel at the Matterhorn Glacier!

A Rockwheel C2 clears through the ice at the Matterhorn...
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TD140 Demolishing Bunkers in Berlin

To reduce noise and vibration the TD140 was used in...
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Rockwheel Cutter Bucket

“What I really need is something that will cut, crush and load in just one operation”

If this sounds like you, we might have just what you’re looking for. We have taken the proven, high performance of our rockwheel cutting unit and combined it with a bucket to give you a tool that will boost productivity, save time and money and simplify your projects. The ability to cut, crush and load with one attachment means you can achieve real cost savings across high spend areas of machinery, labour and transport.

The high- torque hydraulic cutting units are designed so that the picks can penetrate the material with maximum power making it possible for the excavated rock to be immediately crushed and reused on site. With the ability to process a range of materials from mud to rock this multifunctional tool is ideal for onsite excavating, trenching and for use in road and pipeline construction projects.

Our patented Rockwheel cutterbucket is the 3 in 1 tool you’ve been waiting for- contact us now for more details.

Key benefits:

Time saving, boost productivity – cut, crush and load with no need to change between attachments

Improved performance – hydraulic cutting unit with maximum power and lean profiling

Cost savings – 3 uses in one attachment-save money on attachments, transport and labour

Watch this video and see for yourself