by Jeff Keeling, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Brokk Inc. 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.
Attachments to Optimize Remote-Controlled Demolition Equipment Efficiency by Jeff Keeling, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Brokk Inc. For interior and top-down demolition, many contractors have come to rely on remote-controlled demolition robots. And with good reason. These innovative machines provide industry-leading power-to-weight ratios. The smallest models easily fit through standard doorways and are light […]
MONROE, WA — Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, is growing in Canada and recently named Troy Steele regional sales manager for the western region of the country. Steele has 16 years of experience in equipment sales and will serve Brokk customers across all industries, including demolition, construction, mining, cement, metal processing and tunneling. He […]
Pouring concrete is a complex process. One slight miscalculation on any of the numerous variables can spoil a whole batch. And unfortunately, mistakes aren’t always evident right away, which can put timetables and budgets at risk. Fortunately, advances in robotic concrete removal methods are making them easier to fix — without demolishing everything and starting […]
MONROE, WA – FREDERICO Demolition, a leading New York-based demolition company, recently began operating the largest demolition robot in the North America construction market. The 24,361-pound (11,050-kilogram) Brokk 800S — designed and manufactured by Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines — provides a 32-foot (10-meter) reach, and power on par with a […]