Brokk has hired John-Paul Duquette as regional sales manager for central Canada. Duquette manages sales for Brokk robotic demolition machines and provides support for new and existing customers throughout Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
TEI's latest hydraulic drifter rock drill pairs with Brokk demolition machine to improve productivity and safety
Brokk has delivered a sleek, low-profile design and impressive power-to-weight ratio with the new MMB326 hydraulic drifter rock drill attachment from . This versatile attachment seamlessly pairs with the Brokk 300 and allows for drilling multiple sizes of holes – up to 3 inches – in concrete, rock and compact soil. The attachment is manufactured with a lightweight, compact TE326 drill head featuring patented technology to improve longevity and productivity.
Brokk has opened the doors to its new Demonstration and Service Center in St. Joseph, Missouri, expanding its North American coverage and bringing the number of Brokk locations to three. Randy Glidewell and Mike Brott join the Brokk team at the new facility. Glidewell takes on the leadership position as Brokk fleet service manager, with Brott in the role as service technician.
Aquajet Systems AB, the hydrodemolition division of Brokk AB, launched the attachment for its new hydrodemolition machine at World of Concrete 2019. The Spine wields four times the water reaction force of hand lances, giving contractors a more powerful and safer alternative.
Brokk has introduced the Brokk 520D. Meeting both Tier 4 Final and Europe's Stage IV emission standards, Brokk says that the new machine is the most eco-friendly diesel demolition robot on the market. The 520D replaces the Brokk 400D, one of the first diesel models released, and comes equipped with Brokk's signature SmartConcept technology, boasting 40 percent more hitting power.
Brokk has introduced the new Brokk 300, which features 40 percent more demolition power than its predecessor, the Brokk 280. It also boasts Brokk SmartConcept technological features that improve power management, reliability, maintainability and ergonomics.
Brokk has introduced the Brokk 200, a new weight class of machine. The new model packs the power of a 3-ton Brokk machine into a 2-ton package. The Brokk 200 is one of four new next generation remote-controlled demolition machines Brokk showcased at World of Concrete 2019 in Las Vegas.
Brokk, the manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, has introduced the Brokk 170. With SmartPower – the company's signature intelligent power management system – the new machine offers 15 percent more power than its predecessor, the Brokk 160, but retains the same compact dimensions. The Brokk 170 is one of four new next generation Brokk remote-controlled demolition machines Brokk is launching at World of Concrete 2019 at booth C4249 in Las Vegas.
Brokk has launched four new demolition machines in 2018. The new models include: the Brokk 170, Brokk 200, Brokk 300 and the green diesel Brokk 520D machines. Each of the four models comes equipped with Brokk's SmartConcept technology. Along with the launch of the new line, Brokk has also introduced new attachments, including BHB hydraulic breakers and three Darda concrete crushers.
Brokk has launched Brokk SmartConcept, a set of technological features that offer improvements in power management, reliability, maintainability and ergonomics. Included with the four new next generation Brokk remote-controlled demolition machines – launched at Intermat Paris 2018 – the technology greatly enhances the capabilities of these innovative machines. SmartConcept consists of three features – SmartPower, SmartDesign and SmartRemote – and represents a leap forward in performance and uptime.