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Procedure To Use Ter-Mite

30 August 2012

  Ter-Mite is mixed with water and the mix is poured into pre-drilled holes (32-52mm). While Ter-Mite is reacting, other nearby holes can be filled safely. Evacuating the area is not necessary. When Ter-Mite expands, it cracks the rock/concrete into pieces of a predetermined size, which can be removed with conventional methods. This method makes […]

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Benefits Of Ter-Mite

30 August 2012

  makes working in confined spaces easier or even possible no vibration or shockwaves controlled cracking no smoke or dust can even be used underwater no pollution silent operation no fly rock or debris workers can be trained quickly no need for permits or licence no need to shut down operations for blasting

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Ter-Mite

30 August 2012

  Ter-Mite is the most effective expansive mortar on the market today. It is the best choice for rock and concrete breaking when explosive blasting is not an option. When you get a job which does not allow blasting, or you are working close or inside existing structures, Ter-Mite will get the job done. It […]

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TER-MITE NON EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION AGENT

30 August 2012

Ter-Mite is a safe option for excavation and demolition work in urban and build-up areas. It is used when working inside or in close proximity to existing buildings and structures. Also dimension stone quarries can get great savings in usable rock material by using Ter-Mite. Ter-Mite can handle big fields and deep holes with ease! […]

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Fracture Mechanism of Crackamite

30 August 2012

After Crackamite is poured into holes drilled in rocks or concrete, the expansive stress gradually increases with time, and reaches to more than 11,000 T/m2 at room temperature after 24 hours. As Crackamite generates its expansive stress, the material to be cracked undergoes a process of (1) crack initiation, (2) crack propagation, (3) the increase […]

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Preventions For Crackamite Blow Out

Preventions For Crackamite Blow Out

28 August 2012

Use the right grade of CRACKAMITE for the temperature range, especially with rock or concrete. Keep every source of heat away from CRACKAMITE Do no store CRACKAMITE in direct sunlight or near a source of heat. Cool Crackamite before use. Do not mix CRACKAMITE into small or narrow-mouthed plastic cans or bowls. Instead use a […]

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Crackamite Blow Out Causes

28 August 2012

Using too large a hole diameter. Using too warm mix water. See the temperature chart. Using too little water, especially when rock or concrete is above 23 °C. Too much time passing between beginning to mix and filling holes. Mixing by hand. Guessing at drill hole temperature instead of measuring it. Guessing at water temperature instead […]

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Safety Rules For Crackamite

28 August 2012

Do not use Crackamite for purposes than cracking rocks or concrete. Crackamite is a highly alkaline product. The Ph reaches 13 after contact with water and can cause severe irritation to mucous membranes, especially eyes. Rinse with large amounts of water any portion of the skin that comes in contact with Crackamite. Consult a doctor […]

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Usage tips For Crackamite

Usage Tips For Crackamite

28 August 2012

Mix well and pour, while agitating the slurry, to make sure that no air gaps are left in the hole. Fill the hole almost to the top, leaving at least ½ inch before reaching the top. In summer, the best time to use CRACKAMITE is early morning or evening when temperature of the material is […]

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Safety Precautions For Crackamite

28 August 2012

Use a pair of safely glasses, rubber gloves and dust mask when working. DO NOT look at any hole closely or directly within 2 – 3 hours after filling, as there may be splatter or a blowout. Store mixed or dry Crackamite, properly. Choose the correct grade according to the working conditions.

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