Brokk Introduces Next Generation Remote-Controlled Demolition Machine

Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, presents the next generation Brokk 100. The updated model features improved controls for smoother functionality in slewing and arm movements; an innovative, simplified method to integrate attachments, such as hydraulic rock drills; and an updated electrical system for improved reliability.

“Our focus at Brokk is on continuous improvement, based on a belief that we can always do better,” said Martin Krupicka, CEO of Brokk AB. “The new Brokk 100 demonstrates that philosophy, and brings tangible benefits to our customers.”

In addition to demolition applications, Brokk machines are used for cement and metal processing, heavy civil construction, mining, tunneling, and nuclear power plant decommissioning, as well as numerous specialty applications.

“The Brokk 100 represents the latest advancements in the company’s extensive line of remote-controlled demolition machines,” said Peter Bigwood, vice-president of sales and marketing for Brokk in North America. “Its updated, reliable electrical system is proof that we are constantly innovating and striving to produce the best and safest demolition equipment on the market.”

Since its first demolition robot, which was built almost 40 years ago in Sweden, Brokk has introduced 11 generations of different models — from the tiny, 1,100-pound Brokk 60 to the recently introduced, 12-ton Brokk 800. The Brokk 100 is the second smallest machine in the lineup, weighing 2,183 pounds.
The Brokk 100 can use a wide range of attachments, such as breakers, crushers, grapples, rock drills and shears. And with its 31-in. width, the compact Brokk 100 and its attachment fit easily through standard doors or inside passenger elevators.


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