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Dexpan 44 lb. Bucket (3 Types)

Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent 44 lb. Bucket
Price: $109.00
Manufacturer: Archer USA
Condition: New

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Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent 44 lb. bucket for Concrete Demolition, Rock Excavating and Mining

Concrete demolition, rock excavating and mining has never been easier with Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent, successfully used in hundreds of projects. Dexpan is a powder with amazing 18,000 psi expansive strength when mixed with water. Poured into pre-drilled holes, Dexpan can break concrete and rocks safely and quietly, while providing silent cracking. It is safe, easy and cost effective.

  • 3 easy steps to use: drill, mix and pour. Watch instruction video
  • Cracks according to designed drilling patterns for controlled demolition and easy clean up.
  • An alternative to blasting, hydraulic breakers and jackhammers, which works without noise, vibration or dust
  • Choose from 3 types, based on concrete and rock temperature
  • 44 lb. Bucket (includes four 11 lb. plastic bags) fills up to 36 linear ft. (2.5 m) of 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) diameter holes
  • See results in 24 hours or less
  • Non-toxic material, SDS (safety data sheet) is available
  • Not recommended for projects less than 6 in. in depth

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Product Reviews

(38 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
I made 02 previous orders with Archer USA for DEXPAN. I had 09 each - 3 feet x 12inch reinforced concrete footings to remove plus numerous large boulders. Demolition was as advertised. (Worked overnight.) Almost like magic!! I have just placed a 3rd order to attack some more VERY large boulders!! I recommend DEXPAN Non-Explosive agent!!!
Micah Reish (Broadway, VA) 7/28/2016 1:36 PM
As a typical American I wish I could make this process go faster, but I don't know a cheaper or easier way to break rocks.
Dexpan does the job
Jeffrey Blum (Clarendon, PA) 12/3/2015 6:15 PM
I needed to remove a dolomite rock wall that surrounded a mineralized quartz vein that I wanted to explore. I bought a rotary-hammer drill and some masonry bits for the job. And after several hours of labor, I had to replace the hammer-drill with a larger model. The drill bits failed also. Finally, I had the holes prepared and was prepared mentally in case Dexpan didn't live up to my expectations. I finished filling the holes with the Dexpan slurry as it was getting dark. In the morning when I checked out the job, I was very pleased with the results. Dexpan cracked the rock and I was able to remove large sections. A bit to large for me. The next time I drilled the holes closer together and to this day, the dolomite has been eliminated and I am a happy miner.)