New demolition robot

Published 4/3 at 11:25

Husqvarna Construction introduced the new DXR 95 at World
of Concrete 2024. The launch adds a fifth model to the company’s diverse range of high quality demolition robots, designed to provide its customers with a huge productivity boost in confined spaces.

The new model has been designed to provide customers with a demolition robot that is both powerful and easily portable. The DXR 95 has a high efficiency powertrain delivering 9.8kW of power and 250 bar of pressure to the end of arm tool. Weighing in at less than a half a tonne, it can be transported in an ordinary van and steered through narrow passageways yet is sturdy enough to manage steep inclines at an angle of 30°.

Operation of the DXR 95 is designed to be intuitive and straightforward by remote controls. Key features include ergonomic joysticks and knobs designed to make it easy to select and change settings as well as understand machine feedback in the preferred language of the operator on the large LCD screen.

“With its superb power to weight ratio and small footprint, the DXR 95 answers the demand for a demolition robot that can fit into cramped or fragile environments and truly deliver the power and performance that professionals need,” said Daniel Lundberg, global product manager at Husqvarna Construction.

The DXR 95 has been developed to provide many hours of continuous demolition and is suited for a range of applications ranging from underground rock breaking to chimney removal, said to be due to its superior thermal management technology. Additional features include a heavy duty arm system with robust friction welded cylinders, automatic greasing of the breaker for longer service intervals, and protection of vital parts in the tough lower chassis. All components can be easily accessed and detached to make service and maintenance quick and trouble free.

The DXR 95 is also said to provide more flexibility. Using the remote control, operators can easily tune parameters such as water, grease and hydraulic functions to suit their preferences, and adjust the pressure and flow to match the requirements of non-standard tools. “We are committed to giving our customers a competitive edge, and the DXR 95 raises the bar for user friendliness and performance in demolition robots,” said Daniel Lundberg, who concludes, “Now, construction professionals everywhere can get the job done more efficiently, wherever the job may be.”

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