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ECOBUST

Model EB211

Internet #203335351

Store SKU #987644

11 lb. Concrete Cutting and Rock Breaking Non-Combustive Demolition Agent Type 2 (50F - 77F)

$35.00 /each

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ECOBUST is an Expansive demolition agent for breaking all rock or concrete without the use of explosives or jack hammering. It's powerful, reliable, safe, eco-friendly and completely silent. Expansive controlled demolition agent is the fastest, most powerful and economical of its kind. It is made of a safe, non-toxic powdered mixture of natural minerals that when mixed with water and poured into pre-drilled holes, expands at an incredible force being able to break any strength of rock or concrete.

  • Type 2 (50F to 77F) 11 lbs. Bucket
  • Helps reduce labor costs, increases productivity, saves time and is safe
  • No special disposal and no transportation restrictions
  • Non-hazardous; there is no toxic vapors, no toxic waste and no harmful chemicals
  • End result is a non-toxic powder that can be simply washed away
  • Environmentally friendly ideal solution when faced with environmental restraints, noise and vibration restrictions, dust restrictions
  • Demolition of reinforced concrete, foundations for machinery, piers, bridges, beams, retaining walls, pillars
  • Partial demolition of concrete structures
  • Excavation of rock
  • Ideal for breaking boulders
  • Slab, driveway and road breakup
  • Controlled breaking to reduce waste
  • Silent operation
  • Set in 2 -5 hours depending on weather conditions

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temperature

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December 21, 2015
I am looking to do this now (in the winter). It says 50F-77F~ has anyone tried it in 30 degree weather?
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April 1, 2016
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Most chemical reactions will still take place at colder temperatures but at much slower speeds. It may work but might take a long time.
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January 23, 2016
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This product should not be applied in temperatures below 50F.
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does it eat through cement

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September 20, 2015
While a contractor was demolisioning my shower he accidently got cement and grout in the drain pipe. it hardened and won't drain. I'm loking for a solution to open the drain without destroying anything
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April 1, 2016
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Buy some muratic acid (real name is hydrochloric acid) at the hardware store. Pour it into your pipe. This will dissolve cement. Flush with plenty of water after soaking for an hour or two.
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It won't eat through anything. You drill a hole and it expands in the hole, fracturing whatever you drilled into. In your case, you'd end up cracking the pipe most likely. Good luck! Not sure how I'd solve your problem, but the contractor you worked with should be the one to fix it.
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Would this be an appropriate method for removing 800 sf of badly cracked, unlevel concrete courtyard?

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September 1, 2015
How many bags might be needed for 800 sq ft?

Approximately how large of a flat area can be drilled and filled within the 10-minute limit?

From reading other reviews it seems there are different products for specific climates, correct? What is optimal temperature range and is there a best time of day, or is it reliant on temperature alone?

Does it still work if it starts to rain after pouring into drill holes? (I live in Portland, Oregon).
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Only if you are willing to drill about 800 holes in concrete! Not an easy task.
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Yes but you'll want more than 11 lbs. Be sure to pre-drill before you mix the material with water which activates it. The filling takes no time whatsoever.
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Would ecobust work on a giant Boulder 4'h by 4' L by 3'W, How deep would I drill and what diameter of bit?

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It would most likely work BUT you would have to drill a deep hole towards the center of the boulder which would be a huge, tough job in most rock types. Also, you have to give it a few days to work. Use the largest bit you can get.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TIME SAVER Excellent product that works exactly as advertised - imagine that! The manufacturer should include mixing instructions with package - kind of a hassle to go online and download them. And make the mixing instructions applicable for using amounts less than the full 11lbs. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by simply works as the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. I used 1" holes, not 1.5" as speced. October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great with concrete around low windows We had to break up a 4'x3'x1' concrete stoop and after drilling mini holes, sledge hammer, circular saw, nothing budged it. We can't use a jack hammer as we have windows that are just about to grade. Heard about this product and ordered some to the correct current temperatures. After renting a hammer drill and 1-1/2" drill bit, we drilled 15 holes. We saw results within 7 hours but let it sit for 48 hours as the whole stoop was broken and ready for removal of pieces. It didn't come in the bucket shown, but in a brown box with the bag and directions inside. Very easy to mix and you have to use the product within 10 minutes. We will be using this product on the larger rear concrete stoop too....next years project! October 6, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Interesting product to learn. Purchased to demolish huge coral stone in front yard. Required a lot of geometry because I was not about to mix the whole 11 pounds of compound per the instructions. Where I had success was when the drilled hole depth was at least the radius of surrounding stone to its edge. Pretty cool to see big chunks of stone lying on the ground 24 hours later. Concerned about the temperature range, next pour will be in the evening. This huge stone is in Florida. May 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This stuff may seriously surprise you! Had annoying boulder holding up my patio walkway project. Rented the hammer drill, drilled holes as stated on product. Poured product. After watching for a week, nothing had happened. I contacted Jason at Ecobust with all the details. He suggested I had used the wrong temperature spread product and offered to send me the correct type III for free. The type III was not available when I bought the type II as the product line had just been launched. Temps had dropped in my area considerably after I had ordered from HD initially. We had a night of heavy rain and warm temps. Woke up in the morning to find the rock in pieces and now easy to remove! So, it was probably too cold when I poured and probably did not use enough water. I have to say, I was seriously impressed with the effectiveness of this product and the help from Ecobust. Highly recommended and as easy to use as making pancakes. November 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product that works! We had a large chunk of concrete in the yard that was the base of an antenna. It was about 3' deep so pretty much impossible to remove and all we wanted, was to take off the top 2-6” so we could plant grass. After drilling holes and filling with Ecobust, we waited a couple of days and, presto it was cracked to the depth of the holes. After that, simple prying with minimal sledgehammer work and the job was done. Definitely recommend this product! February 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked like a charm demoed concrete slab, drilling 7/8' holes, during the process of filling realized that underestimated amount of product, so mixed in some concrete, still everything cracked as promised in less than 24hr. GREAT product. August 25, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works OK - lots of Drilling I had to break up concrete steps and a large landing. It was stong concrete, re-inforced with rebar and there were dowels pinning it to the pad below. I ordered two 11 lb buckets, it took 10 days to arrive at my house. For the first bucket I drilled 3/4" dia holes with my hammer drill. I know it's less then recomended but someone said it would work. It worked OK, about a 4" layer broke off. I rented a hammer drilled and drilled 1-1/2" holes for the 2nd bucket. It worked better (of course) but some of the ecobust stayed in power form and didn't work. A little frustrating after all that drilling. For the rest of the concrete I used another product. It was available locally and worked better. I had to rent the hammer drill a 2nd time for the last of the concrete. The 11 lb bags don't go very far if you're drilling 16" deep holes like me. But I wouldn't want larger bags, you only have 10 minutes to pour the material. Overall it was a slow process but much better then renting a jack hammer. July 16, 2013
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