Simex Brings New Solutions for Road Pavements With Its No-Dig Technologies

No-dig technologies are a set of techniques ideal for reline, repair and renew the underground utilities network minimizing the impact on road pavements.

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Unlike the traditional trench, those techniques, such as mini and micro-trenches, have a faster execution, with a significant lower production of waste material. Furthermore, the reduced excavation section does not excessively damage the existing pavement, with considerably lower recovery times and costs.

Simex offers 9 models of wheel saws specifically designed for reduced set-section trenches. The attachments are included into 3 product ranges: RW and T for compact loaders and RWE for excavator boom mounting.

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MICRO-TRENCHING: widths between 1,6 and 2,5 cm (0,6-1 inches). Max depth: 25 cm (9,9 inches).
MINI-TRENCHING: widths between 5 and 15 cm (2-6 inches). Max depth: 30-40 cm (11,9-15,7 inches).

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