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Thursday, 30 May 2013


Hydrodem is short for hydro demolition and the process involves removing concrete using high pressured water. This method of concrete removal is becoming more widespread across the construction industry due to the fact that it causes no damage to steel reinforcing surrounding concrete and it can be used to easily remove concrete that is surrounded by dense reinforcing. Find out more about our hydrodem services by visiting us online.

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Surface Preparation

Surface preparation is one of the many services that we offer here at Sabre Jetting. A variety of different techniques and pressures can be used to help remove any loose concrete or carbon build up. If the level of concrete that needs to be removed is more than 25mm then we use a single nozzle at 1100 BAR. This gives an excellent profile for casting to new concrete. If you would like to find out more about our surface preparation services, visit us online.

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Work begins to replace bridge decking

Work has begun to replace decking on the bridge over Sand Creek at the confluence of U.S. Highway 2/95 and state Highway 200. Contractors from Spokane-based N.A. Degerstrom is conducting hydro-demolition of the top inch and a half of the bridge deck so it can be resurfaced, according to the Idaho Transportation Department. Read more about this hydro demolition news at -
At Sabre Jetting we are hydro demolition contractors based in Birmingham and we have worked on countless projects throughout the UK. Visit us online to find out more.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Siltbuster HD Unit

As experts in hydrodem and surface preparation we are always looking for ways to improve the services we offer. That is why we recently commissioned Siltbuster to create a hydrodem unit that was capable of dealing with the specific needs of our customers. We now have a fleet of Siltbuster HD units that have the capability to correct the PH of the run-off water and then remove any suspended solids to an acceptable level. Visit our website to find out more about our hydrodem services and the Siltbuster HD unit.

Thursday, 2 May 2013