Application areas of our impact moles
- Cable laying, e.g. expansion of a fiber-optic network
- Steel protection tubes for gas, water, waste water and power lines
- Laying of pressure pipelines
- Tunneling under:
- Roads and motorways – without disrupting traffic
- Industrial complexes, halls and facilities
- Tight places and other surface-level obstructions
- Installing building connection lines
- Drilling in steep slopes
- Pipe laying in water-bearing subsoil
- Foundation drilling, foundations on bored piles
- Small well pipes
- Creating blind boreholes
If soil displacement is not possible, ESSIG impact moles can be used as dynamic pipe ramming systems when laying new supply lines.
- 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.