Brokk brings independence to compact demolition

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Brokkintroduces the smallest diesel-powered demolition robot - the Brokk 120 D - weighing less than a quarter of the Brokk 400 Diesel. Brokk is the worl...

Brokk introduces the smallest diesel-powered demolition robot - the Brokk 120 D - weighing less than a quarter of the Brokk 400 Diesel. Brokk is the world's leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, and this latest addition can run for over eight hours before requiring refuelling thanks to a six-gallon fuel tank. 

The Brokk 120 D is just 31 inches wide, 80 inches long, and 49 inches high, allowing it to fit through any standard door opening as well as smaller spaces. Its light weight also gives it the ability to move across weight-restricted floors. The diesel engine is small and efficient, and works just as efficiently as its electric-powered counterpart, the Brokk 100. 

The device can be used to fulfill emergency response needs, explosive ordinance disposal, and firefighting. The compact size makes it suitable for the nuclear industry, and in construction, its easy transport and diverse range of attachments make it an ideal tool.

Martin Krupicka, CEO of Brokk AB, said: “We developed the Brokk 120 D based on the needs communicated to us by our customers facing especially challenging situations, where they need a very compact machine that is completely independent from a fixed power source. We are convinced that this new model will bring great value to a variety of difficult applications."

 

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