Brokk updares 120 Diesel Mark 2 robotPublished 2/3, 2017 at 13:33
The remotely controlled demolition machine manufacturer Brokk has updated its Brokk 120 Diesel Mark 2, believed to be the world’s smallest diesel-driven demolition robot. This compact machine, which can operate independently for over eight hours, was launched at the recent World of Concrete show.
The basic concept is its compact size at 780mm wide, allowing it to enter any standard door opening and makes it easy to manoeuvre in tight spaces. Its low weight of 1.2t allows working on weak floors and makes it easy to transport.
Diesel powered it has a minimum of eight hours of operation without refuelling, allowing it to work for a full shift. It includes a new design, upgraded headlights, added options for smarter integration of additional attachments, and improved serviceability.
The Brokk 120 Diesel Mark 2 has been designed for use in a variety of applications. In the security and rescue and nuclear areas there is a need for a compact independent remotely operated vehicle with enough power to carry out tough jobs. In the construction industry there is a need for easy movement and relocation of the machine between work sites. And in the process and underground industries there are areas where the use of a power cable could be an obstacle or where mains electrical power is not available.
“The Brokk 120 Diesel Mark 2 highlights our commitment to bring upgrades and improvements in our products to our customers at an industry-leading pace,” said Brokk Group chief executive Martin Krupicka. “The Mark 2 version will bring even more productivity to the challenging situations where the Brokk 120 Diesel has already become such a popular machine.”