Specialised equipment and experienced staff are critical in identifying just exactly where and how rock bolts need to be anchored.
Rock bolts systematically transfer the load from the unstable surface or exterior of the rock to the strong intact interior of the rock face.
Holes usually vary from 40mm to 150mm and thorough planning and experience is essential in correctly identifying which part of the rock is the strongest and which the weakest point, before the careful execution of the task to eliminate the possibility of rocks cracking and dislodgement.
Common tasks requiring rock bolting include:
At GSS, we pride ourselves on our certified management systems, as supported by the standards and awards we have achieved. Our focus is on delivering the highest quality ground engineering services for every project we undertake. To achieve this, safety and efficiency are at the forefront of all operations that GSS are involved in.
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