Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, recently finalized a deal with Brock Rentals Inc. to upgrade the rental company’s fleet of remote-controlled demolition units with 12 next-generation models, including Brokk 110s, 170s, 200s and 300s. The new models feature Brokk’s signature SmartConcept™ technology, which revolutionizes power management, design and ergonomics to maximize productivity over previous models. With the new models, Brock Rentals’ fleet now features more than 50 Brokk remote-controlled machines — from the compact Brokk 60 to the heavy-duty Brokk 400 — ready for deployment to jobsites across North America.
Equipped with Brokk’s revolutionary SmartConcept technology, the new machines provide a number of safety and efficiency enhancing benefits for Brock Rentals’ customers. The intelligent electrical system, SmartPower™, protects the machine from the damage that can be caused by poor power supplies while optimizing power and hydraulic performance in extreme temperatures. SmartDesign™ extends machine life and provides unprecedented ease of maintenance due to 70% fewer cables as well as hardened components, LED headlights and easily accessible grease points and hydraulic hoses. An ergonomic remote-control box, the SmartRemote™, incorporates adjustable straps, intuitive controls and professional-grade radio technology with a 984-foot (300-meter) working range.
As with all Brokk machines, the four new rental units feature Brokk’s three-part arm for exceptional reach and movement, as well as industry-leading power-to-weight ratios. The compact B110 features a 10-foot (3-meter) reach and weighs 2,183 pounds (990 kilograms). Equipped with a BHB 155 breaker, it delivers 187 foot-pounds (254 joules) with each blow. The B170 can reach 16 feet (4.8 meters) vertically and 14 feet (4.4 meters) horizontally. Paired with a 452-pound (205-kilogram) BHB 205 Hydraulic breaker it delivers 299 foot-pounds (406 joules) of power. The B200 represents a new weight class for remote-controlled demolition machines and features a 15% longer vertical and horizontal reach than the B170. It delivers 450 foot-pounds (610 joules) with each blow of the 650-pound (295-kilogram) hydraulic breaker. The B300 is only 47.2 inches (1.2 meters) wide, but offers a reach of 21 feet (6.5 meters) vertically and 20 feet (6 meters) horizontally and can handle larger attachments weighing as much as 1,102 pounds (500 kilograms).
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