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Demolition Robot Description

Demolition projects can be dangerous, and in order to ensure the safety of workers, measurements must be taken.
Demolition robots aren’t just a safe alternative that keeps workers out of harm's way, they’re also more logical and cost-effective than hiring a demolition crew.
These powerful, relatively light-weight machines can fit into hard to reach, confined spaces and use exceptional maneuverability to demolish structures much faster than a human crew. They don’t grow tired, they exert tremendous force, and they’re able to work in dark environments, extreme temperatures, and areas with poor air quality. Best of all, they can ultimately save you money!

Features of demolition robots

When you use a demolition robot, you will find that they can provide you with some excellent advantages. The first of those advantages is the added safety that they can offer. Rather than having to be in the area where the demolition is occurring, the operator will be controlling the robot remotely. It can also make the job of demolition simple. The robot is not going to get tired, and the robot is not going to have to worry about rough working conditions or air quality. The robots can often get into places where humans would not be able to get, and they can often do the demolition work much faster.

While demolition robots might seem like the latest modern marvel, they have been around for decades. The first was put to use in 1976. Over the decades since, there have been a wide range of different types of demolition robots that have come onto the market. They vary in size, weight, and capability.

How demolition robots work

Most people hear the word “robot” and think of the Terminator and/or futuristic technology, but demolition robots are relatively simple machines that can be easily controlled with a conventional joystick. The purpose of the joystick is to allow the operator the ability to work at a safe distance from the demolition.
These robots generally use electric powered motors and run on tracks. They vary in size and many are small and agile enough to maneuver up and down stairs, through doorways, and fit onto passenger elevators.
They use fine-tuned, powerful hydraulics arms that can work at a great number of angles. Depending on your demolition needs, a variety of tools can be attached to these arms, including breakers, drills, crushers, and loader buckets.

About demolition robots

When working in the light construction field, one of the most time-consuming and difficult bits of work tends to be the demolition process. In addition, it also has the potential to be hazardous. While there are some large tools that can help, such as an excavator, they are certainly not always the best tools for all types of construction. If you need to demolish an area, but you are looking to do so on a slightly smaller scale, you will find that demolition robots could be just what you need.

Demolition Robot Manufacturers

HD Engineering
Hansen Engineering A/C


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