Essig Impact Moles
How do Impact Moles Work?
ESSIG impact moles work according to the soil displacement method. They are powered by compressed air. The combination of piston-force and skin friction drives the impact mole through the ground. Cables or pipes can be pulled into the resulting underground tube simultaneously or they can be laid at a later date.
Why impact moles from ESSIG?
ESSIG impact moles are robust in design, reliable in operation, durable and easy to handle. Their accuracy guarantees productive results. In addition, a cutting head ensures that even the most robust soils can be penetrated. Changeover from flow to reverse flow is problem-free.
What Size Impact Mole Do I require?
With ESSIG impact moles, the right impact mole for every requirement is available from the range, covering all pipes up to a maximum diameter of DN 200.
What is the Maximum moling distance?
With a maximum installation length of 20 meters, can be laid in one continuous run. Essig impact moles are available in many basic versions which can be customised to your desired length and diameter. Thanks to the extensive range of accessories, ESSIG impact moles are extremely versatile and flexible.
What Are The Advantages of Moling?
- Valuable surfaces do not have to be broken open and laboriously restored (e.g. streets, sidewalks, gardens). Time, effort and costs are reduced significantly.
- Soil displacement prevents the surfaces from sinking.
- Efficiency: Construction times are reduced as a result of the rapid laying of pipes.
- Smaller excavations cause fewer traffic obstructions – or none whatsoever.
- Reduced site traffic results in less noise.
- No fees for the temporary storage of excavated material.
- 45mm Essig Impact Mole Horizontal Boring Tool£3,297.60 £2,748.00
- 55mm Essig Impact Mole Horizontal Boring Tool£5,161.20 £4,301.00