In construction, for example, entire industrial halls and production facilities are cleared of pipes, steel girders, and ventilation shafts, heaps of cables are cut into small pieces, and the materials are sorted in preparation for the subsequent demolition work. In recycling yards, plastic pipes, high-voltage cables, deep-sea cables, and much more, including a great deal of scrap, are cut. The Multi Cutters from Darda are used for everything from car recycling to the separation of car tires and rims. And if you need to use them underwater, that is no problem either.
The carrier-operated Multi Cutters have a high power-to-weight ratio which opens up entirely new opportunities for companies. Because of construction site conditions, demolition specialists are very often dependent on compact size and low weight, but cannot do without the power and performance.
With an opening width of up to 200 mm and a weight of 130 kg, the MC200 is ideally suited for use with 1.2 to 2.8 t mini excavators or Brokk demolition robots. Due to its low weight, it can tear down and lift installations without affecting the stability of the excavator or Brokk machine. The 360° rotary drive enables precise positioning. With a connection pressure of 190 bar, the cutting force is at a considerable 50 t.
Based on its little brother, the MC300 weighs 290 kg and comes with a hefty cutting force of 60 tons. With an opening width of 350 mm, the Darda Multi-Cutter MC300 offers maximum productivity for use with carriers from 2.5 to 9 tons. And in combination with a remote-controlled Brokk demolition robot both become even more effective.
Nevertheless, the Multi-Cutter is particularly popular with contractors when used for internal coring: “Its slim design and maneuverability make our Multi-Cutter an economical cutting tool for small carriers, even when working in difficult to access places. And regrindable and replaceable cutting blades guaranty easy maintenance and low wear costs,” says Sales Manager Bernd Ströbele from Darda.