The new Brokk 900 is said to be the world’s largest and most powerful demolition robot. Compared with its predecessor, the unit features enhanced design, more rugged engineering and 25% more power, which translates into more-effective hydraulic breakers. All this comes with almost no increase in size and weight.
The machine’s SmartPower control and monitoring system reportedly increases output power through hardened electrical design, which extends the life of all electrical and hydraulic components. And Brokk’s SmartRemote permits safe machine operation at distances up to 300 meters.
The largest hydraulic breaker, BHB 1500, is a 1,500 kg device for the hardest materials. Paired with the hydraulic power of the Brokk 900, this reportedly delivers an unmatched impact with each blow and is excellent for breaking hard rock. It uses a variable load-sensing pump with attachment pressure of 3,626 psi. Maximum pump flow is to 47 gpm. The machine comes with an electric or EPA Tier 4 Final diesel powertrain.