Instructions, drilling pattern and project pictures showing concrete stair demolition using DexpanRead More
Dexpan is used by many different users in a wide range of applications. Here is a small sampling of projects showing the versatility of Dexpan:Read More
Using Protective Plastic Sleeves when breaking rock, boulders or concrete underwater with Dexpan expansive grout.Read More
Using Dexpan to break an underwater boulder beside a dockRead More
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Using Dexpan to break the peak of a rockRead More
FISH HABITAT RESTORATION WITH DEXPAN
PROJECT: Rock excavation to improve fish access to historical spawning Habitat
MATERIAL: Rock in a river bedRead More
Using Dexpan to break rock in a basementRead More
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Using Dexpan in cool spring conditions to remove rock to allow installation of a backyard pool.Read More
We have updated & improved a number of Dexpan resources. Click the button below to download a PDF of the most up-to-date document.Read More
Dexpan was employed to speed the removal of a heavily reinforced curtain wall that was very difficult and slow to break using traditional equipment. .Read More
Using Dexpan in the middle of winter to help remove some concrete bases supporting a pipeline in order to perform some regular maintenance.Read More
Using Dexpan to Break Concrete
Here is a step by step video outlining how to use Dexpan.
In the case of expansive grout for the non-explosive breaking of concrete, rock and boulders, some importers source knock-off product from factories in China chasing a quick profit believing they can provide a similar product at a lower price.Read More
Especially in remote locations, resourcefulness and "out of the box" thinking is sometimes required to get the job done in these challenging conditions.
Here are a sampling of ideas we have received from the field.Read More
What Causes Expansive Demolition Grouts to Blowout? All brands of expansive demolition grouts are susceptible to “blowouts” if the wrong product is used or instructions are not followed.Read More
"A little bit of history about the large rock that you will see in the pictures of the basement of our cottage. About 25 years ago when we were much younger my now brother in-law and I drilled about 20 1/2" holes in the rock and tried to break it up with a wedge and small sledge hammer without success. My son and I tried to break it up again last summer with a wedge and small sledge hammer without success again.Read More