Pneumatic Ramming

  • A pneumatic hammer that utilizes compressed air to install steel casing/pipe ranging from 610mm – 3,048mm (24” – 120”)
  • Some benefits of pneumatic rammed pipe installations; suited for saturated and wet ground conditions, relative resilience to cobbles and small boulders compared to conventional Jack & Bore, and does not require backstops
  • Two method specific features being “Bursting” (within) and “Swallowing” (overtaking) of existing CSP, timber, and stone arch culvert’s available to minize installation schedules and eliminate decommissioning costs associated with the existing structure
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