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Brokk introduces low weight multi cutter with high cutting force

Weighing in at 639 pounds, the MC300 Multi Cutter has a cutting force of 60 tons

Brokk introduces low weight multi cutter with high cutting force

Brokk is offering a new steel cutting tool for mid-size Brokk machines. The MC300 Multi Cutter, manufactured by Brokk's sister company, Darda, offers the highest cutting force with low weight. It promotes safe and efficient cutting of steel material, utility lines and cables in a variety of industries, including demolition, soft gut/surgical demolition, remediation, construction and nuclear.

The MC300 also enhances safety by eliminating the need for workers to climb scaffolds and ladders with handheld tools or to use torches for cutting steel. This reduces the risk for falls, fire hazards and exposure to harmful emissions. 

Combining the MC300 Multi Cutter with a Brokk machine also allows access to hard-to-reach areas due to the Brokk machine's remote capabilities and arms that extend as far as 21 feet, 4 inches (6.5 meters).

The tool can be used on Brokk 200 and 300 models. It is 50 inches (127 centimeters) long, 12 inches wide (30.5 centimeters) and 21 inches (53 centimeters) high. Weighing in at only 639 pounds (290 kilograms), it still has a cutting force of 60 tons (590 kilonewtons). The MC300 also features a hydraulic 360-degree rotary drive for exact positioning and a 14-inch-wide (36 centimeter) jaw opening to handle a variety of metals. The design also allows operators to sharpen rather than replace jaws.

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