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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.

Spray Bar

The design of the Rockwheel water spray bar is very simple, ensuring dust-free cutting work. The Rockwheel spray unit needs only minimal water to bind the dust produced during cutting. The nozzle group is fitted to the housing facing the excavator, just above the drums. Five jets spray a fine mist of water towards the rotational movement of the heads, with the supply hoses accommodated within the cutting unit housing.

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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Spray Bar

The design of the Rockwheel water spray bar is very simple, ensuring dust-free cutting work. The Rockwheel spray unit needs only minimal water to bind the dust produced during cutting. The nozzle group is fitted to the housing facing the excavator, just above the drums. Five jets spray a fine mist of water towards the rotational movement of the heads, with the supply hoses accommodated within the cutting unit housing.