Radio controlled demolition robot

KIWI Operation Downunder Pty Ltd will be displaying the latest BROKK radio controlled demolition robot on Stand R100 at AIMEX 2007.

KIWI Operation Downunder Pty Ltd will be displaying the latest BROKK radio controlled demolition robot on Stand R100 at AIMEX 2007.

The Brokk 50 is the latest addition to the range, replacing the Brokk 40.

The new machine is 600mm wide, weighs 550 kg with an attachment, is powered by a 5.5 kW electric motor and has a 2.4m reach.

Compared to its predecessor, it has improved ability to work in hot conditions, improved hydraulics and greater strength.

Its mining applications include replacing a person on a jackhammer for cleaning runners, small ladles and launders.

The four machines in the Brokk range can each handle a range of attachments such as standard and clamshell buckets, hammers, concrete crushers and grapples.

Stand R100

Kiwi Operation Downunder Pty Ltd

Representatives: Tony Mace

tony@kiwidownunder.com.au

www.kiwidownunder.com.au

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