Robotic Demolition


Robotic Demolition

Robotic Demolition

Cutrite Concrete Cutting & Core Drilling have a wide selection of Demolition Robots.

 

Our range of Demolition Robots are:

 

The Brokk 50, 70, 90, 100, 110, 120D, 160, 180, 260, 400 and the Husqvarna DXR 300.

 

The Robots are designed for confined space demolition and much more, which provides high levels of safety for the operator.

 

The machines are commonly used in kilns, removal of staircases, tunnelling, crushing of concrete, refractory and furnace work. They are small enough to get virtually anywhere. Equipped with crusher, hammer and bucket, the Robots can demolish without creating noise or pollution to the environment.

 

The Robots can be craned to high levels and will climb up stairs and fit into a lift.

 

Welcome to Cutrite Concrete Cutting and Drilling Robotic Demolition Services. We offer proficient Robotic Demolition services in Brisbane and surrounding suburbs. Our tremendous experience with the construction business puts us in a unique position to perform a wide range of demolition projects and tasks.

 

We use only the most recent and most exceptional demolition techniques and technologies accessible. The construction demolition industry has evolved significantly in recent years and we have not been abandoned. Our state of the art demolition strategies permit us to finish projects proficiently and on schedule.

 

If you would like to schedule a consultation so you can learn how our robot demolition services can help with your project, and then don’t hesitate to contact Cutrite Concrete Cutting & Core Drilling today on (07) 3390 2155 for a quote.

 

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