An ultra high reach demolition boom is a purpose-built attachment to elevate demolition tools for tearing down multi-storey buildings. The beauty of the demolition boom is its ease of positioning and flexibility in maneuvering of tools in carrying out primary and secondary demolition jobs safely. EIK attachments are engineered for performance, reliability and low total cost of ownership in mind. As we fully understand the harsh working conditions, hence only quality steel is used in the fabrication. Demolition booms for excavators greater than 120 metric tons (264,000 lbs) will have a detachable and modular main boom with a quick coupling joint for efficient mounting and dismantling, as well as ease of ground handling and transportation.
The High Reach Demolition Boom are designed for the following applications:
Demolishing high-rise buildings and structures.
Typically attached to a hydraulic breaker, multi-processor or hydraulic shear.
Use of high strength steel for increased reliability.
Design is simulated extensively, ensuring design integrity and detecting potential stress and fatigue points.
Hydraulic operated modular joint on main boom, ease of detaching for transportation.
Cylinders installed with load hold safety valves.
We do undertake entire turnkey solutions in which we convert your existing excavator to a full-fledged demolition equipment. The customized conversion is not restricted to the following:
Widening and lengthening of existing undercarriage.
Addition of an extra hydraulic control system.
Modification of cabin into articulating or tilting
Cabin protection guard system.
Full commissioning of newly converted machine.
Work Environment Safety
With the greater emphasis on work environment safety and stricter regulation in the industry, high reach demolition booms are fast becoming the choice of attachment for demolishing old buildings, replacing the traditional and more accident prone practice where excavators were lifted onto the building to carry out the highly risky tasks. The demolition boom has changed the entire concept of tearing down buildings, not only improving the overall safety standard, but also extending the working radius and reach of the front end attachment.