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    DXR 250 demolition robot for Husqvarna


    Husqvarna is to introduce the new DXR 250 demolition robot at World of Concrete 2010

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    US debut for Husqvarna DXR 310 robot


    One of the first 1.9 tonne Husqvarna DXR 310 demolition robots in the USA was used by concrete removal specialist Bluegrass to remove two industrial kilns

  • The 260 demolition robot from Brokk sits between the 180 and 400 models in terms of weight

    Launch of the new Brokk 260


    Demolition robot specialist Brokk has introduced a new demolition robot, the 3 tonne (6,710 lb) 260 model

  • The DXR 310 demolition robot is the first of three machines Husqvarna plans to launch over the next

    On the demolition trail


    A new player has appeared in the demolition robot sector with the launch of Husqvarna's new DXR 310. Lindsay Gale reports on the machine and on the background of this ambitious move by the Swedish construction tool producer

  • North American customers have the option of a remote control unit for Bobcat skid steer loaders

    Remote control for Bobcats


    US readers who work in applications that require two or more people or who want to minimise adverse environmental impact on worksites now have the choice of using a Bobcat skid steer loader that features a radio remote control system.

  • Gant UK has modified a Brokk 150C to provide improved performance

    Brokk 150C


    Tailormade for helping to gut the Leed’s department store, the modified £43,000 (US$ 84,022) Brokk 150C robotic machine offers a lightweight, yet powerful and fume free, solution to the project’s demanding restraints.

  • The boom extension supplied by Gnat allows the Brokk 150 to reach higher and the higher-powered brea

    Gnat-modified Brokk at work in Leeds


    A hybrid Brokk robot, designed to overcome onerous weight and reach demands, is helping to convert a large Leeds, UK, department store into an upmarket shopping complex. David Hayward reports

  • Brokk's new robot, the Brokk 50, replaces the Brokk 40 model

    Small but perfectly formed


  • A Brokk robot and a Darda CC420 compact crusher raised the roof of a Stuttgart hospital

    Remote control roof removal