What is Dexpan?
Dexpan is a non-explosive controlled demolition agent that comes in powder form.
When mixed with water and poured into pre-drilled holes Dexpan generates an incredible 18,000 PSI expansive force that breaks concrete and rock safely and cost effectively with no noise, vibration or dust.
TYPES OF DEXPAN
Choose Dexpan 1, 2 or 3 based on the rock/concrete temperature and expected weather conditions
Dexpan 1 25°C to 40°C (red)
Dexpan 2 10°C to 25°C (green)
Dexpan 3 -5°C to 10°C (blue)
Dexpan is shipped by the Box or Bucket.
44 lb Box
Contains four 11 lb bags of Dexpan powder
11 lb Plastic Bucket
Contains one 11 lb bag of Dexpan powder
44 lb Box will yield up to 36 linear feet of 1.5" diameter holes
11 lb Bucket will yield up to 9 linear feet of 1.5" diameter holes
1 Pallet of 50 boxes will yield up to 1,800 linear feet of 1.5" diameter holes
Dexpan solves a wide variety of concrete and rock breaking challenges
Demolition, partial demolition and cutting of all types of concrete structures into desired shapes, sizes and to easily cut off rebar
Reinforced concrete foundations, retaining walls, pillars, beams, stair wells, patios, driveways, equipment pads
Roadwork, bridges. piers, bank vaults
Excavating and Rock Breaking
Splitting and breaking boulders
Rock and slab breaking for road expansion
Excavation associated with tunneling
Trenching and shaft sinking
Suitable for use in commercial and residential developments
Stone Quarrying and Dimensioning
Allows for non-explosive quarrying of limestone, onyx, marble, and granite
Controlled expansive cracking avoids waste of valuable stone
Silent demolition in areas where you can not use noisy demolition tools like demolition hammers, diamond blade concrete cutter saws, hydraulic breaker or demolition wrecking ball
Non-explosive demolition when you can not use blasting explosives, TNT, dynamite, Nonex, primer cord due to blasting permits, licenses, restrictions and insurance costs
Dexpan non-explosive demolition agent can break rock and cut concrete underwater by using plastic tubing