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4 days ago

Busy start to the week! Pictured is the freshly painted boom for the popular RIC 9000, what a fantastic job!

The boom is now making its way out of the paint shop and into the assembly bay in the ... See more

1 week ago
Photos from BSP International Foundations Ltd's post

As we approach the winter months after a year of limited travelling, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to give you a throwback at some exotic places that our equipment has been sent to ... See more

2 weeks ago

As part of BSP’s quality control programme ISO9001 we assemble and test all of our hydraulic and electrical systems. Seen here, our in-house electrician is testing the popular MK2 RIC which is ... See more

3 weeks ago

Our DX30 Hydraulic Piling Hammer completed by our in-house team is ready for dispatch to the USA, what a fantastic job!

The DX is fitted with a 2.5 Tonne drop weight, this is the largest drop weight ... See more

1 month ago

BSP DX Hammer is Product of the Month!

Here are some key features about our successful DX Hydraulic Hammer:

* Total control of hammer
* Allows precise matching of energy to suit the pile driving ... See more

1 month ago

Blow the cobwebs away with our CX Range of Piling Hammers!

This CX85 is crane suspended with a 7-tonne drop weight fitted with legs and inserts for driving sheet piles.

Happy Halloween from all ... See more

1 month ago

Quiet enough to at all times, even at night! Our RIC 9000 MK3 fully equipped with Sound Suppression helps to remove time limitations on your projects.

We have been developing noise suppression for ... See more

1 month ago

Here we have one of our BSP DX Hydraulic Piling Hammers. This specific model is going to be the DX30 equipped with an impressive 2.5 Tonne drop weight, designed and manufactured at our UK base.

The ... See more

1 month ago

It's #NationalCustomerServiceWeek

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all our employees for being part of the BSP team. Our staff are the key to allow us to deliver fantastic ... See more

2 months ago

Throwback Thursday, BSP HH357 Piling Hammer!

Did you ever wonder why the HH357 name was given? Well, HH stands for Hydraulic Hammer and the 357 was the available drop weights, 3, 5 and 7 tonnes. ... See more

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