More power from Brokk as 280 robot launched

By Steve Ducker13 April 2016

Brokk, the world´s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition robots, has launched another new machine, the Brokk 280, at Bauma.

The new robot features more power, the all-new Brokk SmartPower electrical system, and a new rugged design with a combination of good looks and durability for tough environments.

With a reach of 6.2 m and a weight of 3,150 kg, the Brokk 280 enters the upper mid-range of Brokk’s extensive lineup of demolition robots.

The machine will be available for delivery in September.

Using Brokk’s 40 years of experience in designing and building demolition robots, the Brokk 280 features 20% increased demolition performance over its predecessor. The machine delivers both a harder punch with each blow of the breaker and more blows per minute, without sacrificing any of the compactness and flexibility that Brokk machines are known for.

This optimises performance of the machine based on factors such as the quality of the power supply, the environment and more. In addition, the new system is designed from scratch for the extreme work environments of Brokk machines.

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