Cutting through rock with no explosion, no dust
Blasting is common when routing roads on bases of limestone, slate, granite or other rock. This causes vibrations, noise and dust.
Being gentle on the mountains
If blasting is prevented by nearby buildings, industrial plants or railway sidings, the routes are produced by cutting through the rock. This eco-friendly method extracts the rock without vibrations.
Even as the carbide cutters on the cutting drum continue to cut, the crushed stone is loaded onto trucks by a pivotable discharge belt . Due to the uniform grain size, it can be reused as filler without further processing. The road can now be paved without difficulty on the accurately profiled surface.