A Remote Control Option For Solving Your Environmental Issues…
Use of a remote control excavator is the ideal solution to many of the environmental problems you may face on your project today. These extremely compact electro hydraulic power packs are remotely controlled, immensely powerful, produce no harmful fumes, very little noise and alleviate hand-arm vibration problems.
With our extensive fleet of machines ranging from the Brokk 40 up to the 400, we are able to operate in many difficult and challenging locations. The smaller units, weighing only 380kg are ideal for access via scaffold whilst the larger Brokk is as powerful as a conventional excavator 4 times its weight class.
All the machines are extremely adaptable and come with a variety of interchangeable attachments from powerful percussive breakers, hydraulic crushing jaws, loading buckets and concrete milling heads. Favoured by the Nuclear Industry these are the ‘must have’ machine for confined working.
Health And Safety Issues Addressed…
The health and safety benefits of using ‘robotic demolition’ are many, especially as no operator or supervisor needs to stand in close proximity to the working area, making the demolition zone easier to control. The unit is remotely controlled from a harness mounted panel strapped to the operator, therefore in circumstances where the structure being demolished is unstable or is subject to falling debris, the operator becomes his own ‘Banks-Man’ and can stand in a ‘safe zone’ up to 50 metres away.
‘Cracking’ concrete generates very little noise and gives the additional benefit of little or no vibration, therefore creating far less risk of any structural damage occurring. With the ability to manoeuvre on rubber or metal tracks, these mini excavators can cope with all terrains including stairs; the compact size of the machines enabling access through doorways and openings as small as 800mm wide.
Saving time and money on your project, the productivity of these robotic demolition units is outstanding and enable safe, environmental demolition to progress in the most testing and sensitive of sites.