BULKX 

Revolutionary Bulk Excavation

BulkX is a dig methodology that increases the rate of excavation and enhances the safety of construction projects.

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WHY CHOOSE BULKX?

Using BulkX, you can discharge spoil directly into the back of muck away wagons, eliminating double handling and reducing project dig programs, or into designated locations on-site, providing versatility on varying project sizes or those with frequently-changing landscapes.

BULKX SYSTEM OPTIONS

The versatile discharge options available make BulkX ideal for moving large amounts of spoil rapidly and efficiently. Choose the method that best suits your project.

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SMART RELEASE BULKX

• Remote-operated, improving safety.

• Versatile discharge capabilities.

• Fully-electric with replaceable batteries.

• Compatible with 4-16m3 skip capacities.

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DIRECT-TO-TRUCK BULKX

• No gantry or landing frame required.

• Skip discharges when the feet land on the truck.

• No stockpiles and double handling of spoil.

• Compatible with skip capacities up to 8m3.

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GANTRY BULKX

• Heavy-duty gantry for large skip capacities.

• Space-saving gantry for small, restrictive sites.

• Fixed or manoeuvrable options available.

• Compatible with skip capacities up to 20m3.

SMART-RELEASE

The Smart-Release BulkX is the latest addition to our range. Fully-electric and remote-operated, this versatile system reduces plant-people interface and can be discharged in muck bays, barges, trucks, or stockpiles. 

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DIRECT-TO-TRUCK

The Direct-To-Truck BulkX system does not require a gantry or landing frame to discharge. The skip discharges the spoil when the ‘feet’ are landed directly on the sides of the truck, eliminating spoil double handling, increasing project efficiency.

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GANTRY

BulkX can also be used with an interlocking gantry. With this system option, no temporary loading areas are required.

We offer various configurations to suit the logistics of your project. Whether the footprint of your site is at a premium and you require a space-saving application, or you are excavating vast amounts of spoil and need something heavy-duty-ready, BulkX has the solution. 

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FREE STANDING GANTRY

Allows for re-positioning of the discharge area around the site.

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FIXED GANTRY

Compact configuration often chosen for sites with limited space.

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PIT LANE GANTRY

Can also be used by other delivery vehicles, maximising available space.

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HOW COULD BULKX ENHANCE YOUR PROJECT?

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SUCCESS STORIES FROM AROUND THE GLOBE


"50 TRUCKS LOADED EACH DAY"

SYDNEY METRO

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"LOADING TIMES WERE CUT DOWN BY 30%"

PARRAMATTA SQUARE

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"BULKX REALLY TURNED THIS PROJECT AROUND"

CROSSRAIL STEPNEY GREEN

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MORE REASONS TO CHOOSE BULKX

COST SAVING

This method is inexpensive compared to alternatives, due to less machinery and no temporary loading areas required. The controlled waste movement reduces wear and tear on machinery.

ENVIRONMENTAL

This system is flexible and can be used for waste management in confined or space restricted areas. Less crane time and machines are required compared to traditional methods, making the solution more environmentally friendly and cost efficient.

SAFETY

The skip is emptied in a visible, safe location, controlled by the crane operator, which means there is no need for any site operatives to access the discharge zone. It is impossible to unintentionally discharge.