Brokk Brings Independence to Compact Demolition

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Brokk Brings Independence to Compact Demolition

27 November 2018 Press Release

 MONROE, Wash. (Nov. 27, 2018) — Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, offers the smallest diesel-powered demolition robot, the Brokk 120 D. The machine weighs less than one-fourth of the Brokk 400 Diesel. Its 6-gallon fuel tank and efficient operation allow run times longer than 8 hours before refueling.

 

“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 model will bring great value to a variety of difficult applications,” said Martin Krupicka, CEO of Brokk AB.

 

The Brokk 120 D’s compact size — 31 inches wide, 80 inches long and 49 inches high — enables it to pass through any standard door opening as well as maneuver in tight spaces. Meanwhile, its light weight — about 2,700 pounds — allows it to drive over weight-restricted floors and helps make it easy to transport to and from sites.

 

Powered by a compact and efficient diesel engine, the Brokk 120 D can run a full shift independent from any power source. This flexibility comes without sacrificing any of the power and performance of its similar-sized electric-powered sibling, the Brokk 110. Plus, the Brokk 120 D uses the same attachments and generates the same hydraulic power as the Brokk 110, increasing its versatility.

 

Brokk designed the Brokk 120 D for a variety of applications. It fulfills emergency response needs for search-and-rescue efforts, explosive ordinance disposal and firefighting. It’s suited for use in the nuclear industry due to its compact size and power. The construction industry can benefit from its easy transport, diversity of attachments, and light weight that make it ideal for a variety of jobs, including demolition and cutting. The B120 D also fits well in the process and underground industries, where use of a power cable can be inconvenient or inadvisable.

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