BROKK Demolition

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What is BROKK?

Demolition robots such as the BROKK or the Husqvarna DXR are remote controlled machines that manoeuvre on rubber tracks, powered by 3 phase electricity and utilise hydraulics to drive the arms and legs. 

We are able to handle almost all interior concrete refurbishment, strip out projects including concrete staircases, wall or floor openings, tile removal, de-bricking concrete furnaces.

Whether you are seeking enhanced efficiency, safety, productivity or quality of deconstruction, BROKK's robotic machines provide all, making it the ideal choice for your demolition needs.

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Advantages of Remote-Controlled Demolition Robots

Robots represent as close to silent demolition as possible. The Brokk demolition robots generate very little noise, are non-percussive, and produce minimal vibration. The result is quite concrete deconstruction and removal.

BROKK demolition robots are remote control operated with the operator at a safe distance minimises danger to operator from falling rubble or debris as the operator can move freely and has a perfect view of his work, either right up to the tool or at a safe distance in the case of hazardous jobs.

The BROKK demolition robots are electrically powered making it the equipment of choice when working in poorly ventilated conditions or areas where petrol / diesel operated machinery is prohibited.

Due to the BROKK's compact and lightweight nature it has exceptional mobility making them a perfect choice for tighter or restricted spaces. In fact, they are designed in a way they can easily manoeuvre up staircases & pass through doorways as well as being able to travel in elevators.

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BROKK Demolition Robot Application

Remote controlled demolition robots such as the BROKK are perfect for working on or within dams, bank vaults, bridges, silos, kilns, parking garages, nuclear power stations, train stations, or on tunnels, staircases landings, lift shafts, mezzanines, pilings, columns, beams, high rise apartments, retaining walls, etc.

For more information about BROKK demolition robots, visit BROKK Australia at https://www.brokk.com/au/why-brokk/

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Demolition robots such as the BROKK or the Husqvarna DXR are remote controlled machines that manoeuvre on rubber tracks, powered by 3 phase electricity and utilise hydraulics to drive the arms and legs. They come in varying sizes to support a greater range of applications, with the smaller more manoeuvrable perfect for restricted access areas whilst the larger will rival the larges excavators for performance and speed.

Robotic demolition generates very little vibration or noise. They are extremely versatile, fitting into restricted areas and as such represent the most efficient deconstruction choice for refurbishment or strip out projects including working within close proximity of occupied premises.

The BROKK remote controlled demolition robot comes with a vast array of attachments, including crushing jaws for delicate demolition requirements, breakers, hammers, buckets and shears, just to name a few. This diversity makes the BROKK a very versatile and reliable solution for even the most difficult refurbishment jobs.

The BROKK's 360º movement and 5-meter reach capability allows the operator to work on any surface.

BROKK remote controlled demolition robots extremely small outer dimensions and low weight provides is tremendous power efficiency. Their unmatched power to weight ratio sees them hit harder than an excavator five times larger. The machine also has a low centre of gravity with front and rear outriggers making it stable even on uneven surfaces.