Next Generation Brokk 100 demolition robot launched

By Lindsay Gale11 November 2011

The new Brokk 100 offers 35% greater breaking power

The new Brokk 100 offers 35% greater breaking power

Brokk has introduced the new Brokk 100 that it says offers greater breaking power, increased versatility and an even more compact design. The new machine uses load sensing hydraulics with improved hydraulic capacity to provide 35% more power using the 150 kg (330 lb) SB152 breaker. The new machine also features improved driving properties, a lower profile, advances in serviceability and a further improved cooling capacity.

According to Brokk CEO Martin Krupicka: "Brokk 100 is a completely new machine that will enable our customers to take on even more challenging projects with increased profitability. The machine is designed from scratch making full use of Brokk's 30 years of experience in building demolition robots. The result is an outstanding machine"

The machine provides full 360 degree working performance without any compromise in stability, productivity or reliability, says Brokk. On sites where the electricity supply is limited, the machine can be 'powered down' to work using on 16 amps. Other new features on the machine include impact-resistant steel covers, imporved rubber pads and LED lights.

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