How To Use

How To Use Easyblast

EASYBLAST is a Non-explosive, Non Toxic Chemical Demolition Agent that safely and silently cracks rocks and concrete in three easy steps: Drill, Mix, Pour.

Preparation before using Easyblast

First measure the temperature of the jobsite, demolition agent, water, stone/concrete and container to ensure temperatures are in accordance with compliance requirements.

✔  Demolition agent
✔   Clean and cold water
✔   Plastic or metal bucket
✔   Beater or wooden rod for mixing
✔   Safety goggles
✔   Rubber gloves
✔   Dust proof mask (recommended)
✔   Helmet (recommended)
✔   Thermometer (recommended)


✔  Drill holes using an air hammer drill and appropriate drill bit specific to the rock and concrete type.
✔  Holes should be drilled no further than 30-60cm (1 ft – 2ft) apart.
✔  In reinforced concrete recommended no more than 20cm (8″) apart.
✔  Recommended hole diameter 38mm-50mm (1 1/2″ – 2.0″) .
✔  Depth would be 70-90% of the way depending on the type of rock/material to be removed.

Note: Do not exceed 50mm diameter drill size


✔  For regular safety reasons and mixing small amounts by Hand, it is recommendable to use rubber gloves.
✔  In a bucket, combine 1.5 Liters of water to one 5kgs bag of easyblast.
✔  Mix well, using a drill and paddle is recommended . If mixing with a stick or other method, make sure powder is completely dissolved into the water. Mix to the slurry


✔  Clean holes before filling using air hose remove excess dust from drilling.
✔  CRACKING slurry should be poured into holes within 10-15 min, after mixing. Do not fill to the top , only fill the holes about 15mm (1/2″ to 1 ) from the top.
✔  Mix well and pour into holes while agitating the hole to make sure no air gaps are in the hole. Example: Using a piece of rod or stick to poke holes.
✔  For Horizontal holes, a grouting pump would be most reliable to pour.

Note: If there is any personal injury or possession loss caused by disobeying the instructions, our company doesn’t take any economic and legal responsibilities.