Robotic Demolition


Robotic Demolition

Robotic demolition enables one person to complete the work of several, keeping people a safe distance from debris, and expediting the completion of a demolition project.

Robotic (Brokk) demolition is efficient, faster and eliminates the risk of personal injury involved with manual labor.

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Robotic Demolition Application

  • Concrete: Breaks and crushes concrete (up to 6′-0″ thick) including slabs, beams, columns, grade beams, poured walls, stairs, pile caps, and pre-cast panels
  • Masonry: Demos brick-and-block composite walls and all types of masonry walls (interior, exterior, and heavily reinforced)
  • Selective demolition: Performs drywall, clay tile, and large mechanical HVAC ductwork removal
  • Confined space excavation: Excavates in building interiors and other restricted areas (new footings, footing underpinning, elevators, handicapped ramps, sump pits, tunnels, and more)
  • Tunnel work

Benefits of Robotic Demolition

  • Compact – fits through a 3’x7′ opening
  • Uses crushing and breaking methods instead of conventional sawing, maximizing efficiency and reducing costs
  • Operates silently for projects that demand a quieter approach (i.e., occupied buildings such as hospitals, schools, etc.)
  • Operates remotely for safety on the job site
  • Operates using on-site power or generator; no diesel or propane
  • Has a variety of attachments such as a hydraulic hammer, concrete crusher, excavation bucket, grapple, metal shears, and scarifier
  • Lightweight and low ground pressure
  • No emissions