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One manufacturer of insertion tools for everything!

Your task is our target: Chiselling, breaking up, crushing, removing, bearing in and much more. Here we offer solutions for most different practical tasks. Whatever you want: SOLIDA offers you the optimum insertion tool for use in practice.

Insertion tool for the hydraulic hammer
For use in a quarry, in foundation, trench and road construction we produce large chisels and insertion tools, precisely adjusted to the transmission of energy due to striking mechanisms.

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Insertion tool for the pneumatic hammer
Primarily for use in road construction, building construction and civil engineering, demolition work, in stonemasonry trade, in mining, or in foundry technology.

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Insertion tool for the electro hammer
Insertion tools and drills for most various, electrically driven demolition and hammer drills.

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Professional quality ‚MADE IN GERMANY’

For 70 years we have been standing for quality MADE IN GERMANY. This is what professionals worldwide rely on. We have our own material development and use unique high performance steels. Due to special hardening processes and state-of-the-art forging technology, our SOLIDA products are optimally adjusted to their relevant application.

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Forging hammer prepared for future requirements

Carried by heavy-goods vehicles, our forging hammer recently returned to its working site in the production hall of our company location in Remscheid. After large-scale general overhaul, the 250 metric tons giant is now ready for production of insertion tools up to a single weight of...

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The professional facts:
What is SOLIDA quality really about?

For more than 70 years it has been a matter of fact: SOLIDA products stand for professional use. Many manufacturers deliver quality, but with professional quality the air is getting pretty thin. In tough continuous operation on the constructions sites of the world, the grain is separated...

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