SNAP TECHPIPE BREAKER

No longer do you need to swing a sledgehammer or pound a podger bar to break up unused underground services. Operators can manoeuvre the Innovex Snap Tech into place and operate it using hydraulic power. The powerful jaws demolish underground pipes with ease by applying force to the pipe sides to crack them. There is no need for clearance all around the pipe, which means less digging, making it much quicker than using a pipe cutter or manual pipe cracking chain.

The Innovex Snap Tech is the ideal solution in trenches with limited access due to other services or underground obstructions. Force is applied to the pipe in a controlled way without damaging inserted or adjacent services or endangering workers. Operators do not need to be close to the operation, reducing the danger from flying debris or contaminated pipework.

BENEFITS

SAFER

Reduces the danger to site workers by reducing the need to use hand-held tools

QUICKER

Than pipe cutters and manual pipe cracking tools

CONTROL

Dismantle mains pipe without damaging inserted or nearby services

WEIGHT

24kg

Breaks up pipes between 3" (76mm) and 6." (152mm) in diameter
Suitable for use on any brittle pipes, including cast iron, clay, asbestos cement, and concrete
Connects to a single action hydraulic supply or a pneumatic compressor with a converter pump
connect via high pressure flat face coupling rated to 350bar (5000 psi)
Connect to a pneumatic compressor via a pneumatic/hydraulic converter pump

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Get In Touch

Innovex Technologies Ltd
138 Hassell Street | Newcastle Under Lyme | Staffordshire | ST5 1BB | United Kingdom


T:
01565 325029
E: info@innovex-tech.co.uk

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When it comes to trenchless technology, we believe it’s time to push on – to take service delivery to a new level with a one-stop offering where everything’s covered and nothing’s a problem.

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