The Brokk 60 II remote-controlled demolition machine has an upgraded hydraulic system, which increases the machine’s power. This gives the smallest unit in the Brokk range excellent power?to?weight ratio. In addition, the ability to operate the machine from a safe distance means less risk of hazards to workers.
The updated Brokk 60 II, now with 10 percent more power than the original Brokk 60, is the smallest unit in the world and has an upgraded hydraulic system, which increases the machine's power, according to the company.
Besides the hydraulic system changes, Brokk improved machine handling to make it even more maneuverable in tight spaces. The Brokk 60 II's machine movements are smoother and more precise than before.
“For more than 40 years, we've focused on offering the best possible products to our customers who tackle some of the most challenging jobs. Early in its product lifecycle, we saw the opportunity to upgrade the Brokk 60, and we did just that. This new unit offers our customers additional power for increased efficiency,” said Martin Krupicka, CEO of Brokk AB.
The Brokk 60 II weighs 1,102 lbs. (500 kg), and its overall dimensions remain the same as the original Brokk 60 — only 23.2-in. wide and 34.3-in. tall (59 by 87 cm). While mainly used in the construction industry, it also is ideal for other applications where limited space is common, such as mining, nuclear and process industries. The unit's three-part arm system works with a variety of attachments including hydraulic hammers, grapples, crushers and buckets to achieve flexibility and versatility.
Brokk draws on 40 years of experience in designing and manufacturing remote‐controlled demolition robots to bring the very best equipment for safe, efficient and profitable demolition to its customers.
For more information, call 800/621-7856 or visit www.brokk.com.
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