Aquajet Systems AB, a global leader in manufacturing hydrodemolition machines, offers three power packs for powering Aqua Cutters, their range of hydrodemolition robots: the standard , the and the . The power pack is a combination diesel engine and high-pressure pump, necessary for hydrodemolition.
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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.
Aquajet Systems AB has introduced the Ergo Climber attachment for its new Ergo System hydrodemolition robot. The Climber attaches to any standard scaffolding pipes and robotically moves along them to deliver powerful hydrodemolition forces for systematic vertical concrete or refractory removal, such as high-rise construction, petrochemical facilities, and other industrial applications.
Aquajet Systems AB will launch the Ergo System in the U.S. at World of Concrete 2019. The robot offers four times the power of a hand lance in a compact footprint that contractors can easily move around the jobsite. It is ideal for work on floors, walls and ceilings.
Aquajet Systems AB, a manufacturer of hydrodemolition machines, now offers the Rotolance attachments. The powerful tool works in conjunction with Aquajet's Aqua Cutter 710 hydrodemolition robots as well as the Aqua Spine and Aqua Frame to deliver water pressures in excess of 36,000 psi through a specially designed pattern of nozzles. This effectively cleans, removes and roughens concrete surfaces, leaving a better bonding surface for new concrete or alternative materials. Contractors also can use the Rotolance to remove rubber coatings, paint, rust, plastic and other various materials. The tool serves as a light-removal alternative to Aqua Cutter robots meant to remove deeper sections of concrete.
Aquajet Systems AB is providing North American operators advanced training through its new Aquajet Academy. The Academy's Six Steps of Education training program includes six courses which cover all aspects of hydrodemolition, from streamlining work to cutting-edge techniques, allowing operators to increase jobsite efficiency and safety. Aquajet Systems specialists host the Academy program periodically throughout the year.
Aquajet Systems AB has introduced the Aqua Spine. The multi-modular system uses high-pressure water jets to precisely remove concrete from surfaces that may be inaccessible for Aqua Cutter robots, Aquajet's traditional hydrodemolition machines. Used for onshore and offshore construction as well as in conventional and nuclear power plants, the Aqua Spine brings the power of hydrodemolition to tight, small places.
Aquajet Systems has introduced its farthest-reaching unit, the Aqua Cutter 710V hydrodemolition robot. It’s the largest of its kind and offers exceptional horizontal, vertical and overhead reach — as high as 23 feet. The 710V comes equipped with Aquajet’s hallmark ceramic nozzles that last as much as 79 percent longer than standard steel versions. Its design makes it suitable for a wide variety of concrete removal tasks, such as renovation and bridge and road repair.
Aquajet Systems has introduces the world’s smallest hydrodemolition robot, the Aqua Cutter 410V. The model combines the compact size of the Aqua Cutter 410A and the innovative mast system of the Aqua Cutter 710V, giving it versatility to work in tight spaces with extended reach in horizontal, vertical and overhead applications. The 410V’s design makes it suitable for a wide variety of concrete removal tasks, such as renovation and bridge and road repair.
Brokk, a leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, recently acquired Aquajet Systems AB, the world’s leading manufacturer of hydrodemolition robots. The acquisition expands the application solutions offered by Brokk in the construction and demolition industry. Aquajet Systems specializes in concrete renovation by using extremely high-pressure water jets to remove concrete without harming the underlying rebar or causing microfracturing. The innovative machines are ideal for a variety of selective demolition applications, including bridge and road repair. The two brands will share a booth during CONEXPO-CON/AGG.
Aquajet Systems from Sweden has embarked on an ambitious journey to deliver even safer and more environmentally friendly solutions for concrete removal. At Bauma 2016, they will present and introduce several ground-breaking products.
The AQUA CUTTER 410 has been designed for hydrodemolition applications in confined areas. With dimensions of just 2 metres long by 0.78 metres wide and 0.99 metres high, the new robot can go through any ordinary door opening and can also operate inside a concrete pipe and on vertical, horizontal or overhead surfaces.
Hydrodemolition equipment specialist Aquajet Systems has introduced two additional models to complement its range of the recently launched latest generation of Aqua Cutter 710 V Classic and Evolution series of robots; offering further options and improved automatic and manual features for hydrodemolition contractors.
GTS, an infrastructure and general contractor, is using the latest generation Aqua Cutter HVD Evolution robot from Sweden’s Aquajet Systems for hydrodemolition on Montreal’s Highway 720 Ville Marie Tunnel – a key arterial east-west highway across the city.