THE KSI RANGE OF INJECTION ATTACHMENTS WERE DEVELOPED IN COOPERATION WITH A GERMAN SPECIALIST GROUND ENGINEERING COMPANY AND ARE AT THE CORE OF THE SCHÖKEM PROCESS.
The SCHÖKEM process is a system of soil stabilisation using an excavator attachment to inject and mix a defined concrete suspension in non-load bearing soils (KSI) that, when left to harden, create a homogenous, impermeable and frost resistant soil-cement structure. Depending on soil conditions and desired load bearing requirements, various concentrations of cement and binder fluid are used.
The new SCHÖKEM injection attachments are available in two sizes for mounting on excavators between 35 and 80 ton operating weight and can be supplied with a range of blade lengths. The drive unit for the KSI 7000 can work with blades for 5, 6 and 7 m mixing depths and the larger KSI 12,0000 with blades for mixing depths of 6, 8, 10 or 12 m. Both models can be supplied with a rotation module as an optional extra.
Mixing sword extendable to 12 m
The attachment can be mounted on standard excavators
Optimal pattern of tungsten carbide tipped tools for the mixing process
High torque drive motors provide enough power to mix heavy soils
Simple, heavy-duty construction
Hydraulic tensioning of the mixing chain is possible