What is a demolition robot?
Demolition robots are used in the construction industry to demolish buildings at the end of their lifecycle. These mobile robots are a relatively new form of professional service robot and leverage a variety of end-of-arm tools such as breakers, crushers, drills or buckets to break through building materials.
What is a Brokk construction?
While the Brokk demolition robot easily outperforms traditional demolition methods like concrete sawing, handheld tools and excavators (even purpose built demolition machines), it also excels when it comes to flexibility and effective work in confined spaces.
Where is Brokk 180 demolishind robot made?
Purpose of the equipment: remote controlled demolition robot Made in Sweden Equipment is excellent shape and ready for operation. Please clik video link below: How to operate Brokk 180 Demolishind Robot?
How long does a Brokk demolition robot last?
Used Brokk Demolition Robot Excavator Remote controlled Demolition Excavator Comes with breaker Hydraulic AUX lines Blade Rubber tracks Hydraulic 3 piece arm Runs off 3 Phase electric CE marked Remote controlled spike machine on belts. Gone about 1,600 hours (Not confirmed) Belts are ok.
How many Brokk machines are there?
The Brokk 200 is a masterpiece of muscles in a compact, 2.1-ton machine, with an exceptionally small footprint. We are thrilled to announce the Brokk Pedestal Boom, a safe, remote-controlled solution for the mining industry. Today, over 7,000 Brokk machines are used in successful projects worldwide.
What are robotic demolition machines equipped with?
Our Robotic demolition machines can be equipped with an extremely large and diverse selection of tools or attachments as more commonly known which make the Brokk or Husqvarna robot even more efficient and flexible. Our most highly used attachments are the concrete crusher, the hydraulic breaker and the bucket.