CRACKAMITE is a Non-Explosive Silent Cracking/Demolition Agent
which works by providing silent expansive cracking.

Most effective solution for Rock Breaking, Stone Quarrying,
Mining, Concreate Demolition, Excavations and More...

Where Can Crackamite Be Used?

Crackamite can be used on any type of stone formation, concrete, reinforced concrete or tiled structure in:

Stone Cutting
Concrete Demolition
Quarrying
Rock Breaking
  • Quarrying of marble, granite, limestone, sandstone, etc.
  • Stone cutting
  • Removing boulders
  • Breaking rock into pieces
  • Excavating foundations
  • Leveling stones for road works
  • Excavating trenches for pipe-laying
  • Underground excavations
  • Demolition of concrete or reinforced concrete objects
  • Demolition of foundations
  • Demolition of breakwaters or jetties
  • Demolition of tiled and refractory structures, and more
  • In the field as a new method of demolition, Crackamite can effectively be use in the construction and civil engineering fields as follows:

    Bridges
    Ledge
    Machinery Bases
    Slabs 6 " thick and more
    Dams
    Boulders
    Concrete Piers
    Marble and Granite

Crackamite can be used on any type of rock formation, concrete, reinforced concrete or tiled structure in:

  • Excavating foundations;
  • Leveling rocks for road works;
  • Excavating trenches for pipe-laying;
  • Underground excavations;
  • Marine and submarine excavations;
  • Removing boulders;
  • Demolition of concrete or reinforced concrete poles, towers, walls, etc.;
  • Demolition of foundations;
  • Demolition of breakwaters/jetties;
  • Demolition of tiled and refractory structures.

Crackamite provides the most technically suitable and cost-effective solution in:

  • Restricted demolition of rock and concrete structures where nearby structures must be protected from shock waves generated by explosions;
  • Pre-splitting of rock formations, to create isolated blocks that can then be more easily demolished;
  • Cutting blocks of marble and granite more economically than with the traditional helicoidal wire-cutting method;
  • Excavations and demolition of rock formations or cement/concrete structures where the use of explosives would be expensive due to long operating times, special transport, storage and handling precautions and the need to comply with public safety regulations.