Brokk demolition robots are built with strong components to promote a long service life and are specifically designed to withstand harsh environments. But, as with any piece of equipment, neglect of regular maintenance can reduce machine productivity, or worse, lead to unexpected breakdowns.
Performing regular inspections and maintenance on your machine can reduce instances of frustrating downtime and ensure your crew has the tools they need to operate at maximum efficiency. These guidelines can help you know which preventative maintenance measures to take and when it’s time to give your demolition robot some TLC.
Certain maintenance functions should be completed every day to ensure safe and effective demolition.
Weekly inspections should be more thorough and require that covers be removed to reach critical maintenance points.
Along with daily and weekly checks, 250 hours is a significant maintenance milestone for your Brokk machine. Be sure to complete the following:
There are additional routine maintenance procedures to follow annually.
By 1,000 hours, operators who follow all routine maintenance suggestions should have minimal maintenance-related frustrations and downtime. There are several key inspections to perform at this stage, though, to ensure your machine keeps functioning at optimum efficiency.
Routine maintenance is critical to avoiding unexpected downtime. By following daily, weekly, and other preventative maintenance recommendations, you can be sure you #BrokkIt on your next project.
For more information on preventative maintenance for your particular Brokk machine, be sure to consult your manual or talk to one of our experts.
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// The Brokk team