Husqvarna has introduced the DXR 270 and DXR 300 remote-controlled demolition robots, suited for indoor and outdoor work.
Brokk 100 remote-controlled demolition machine replaces model 90 with 35 percent more breaking power. The unit is 3.8 feet high and 2.6 feet wide.
Stanley LaBounty F16 remote-controlled demolition robot is its first entry into the middle-weight segment. The unit is a track-based, electrically driven carrier weighing 3,417 pounds, designed for selective dismantling of concrete slabs, stairwells, walls and other interior structures.
The DXR 250 demolition robot has an extra-low-weight fixed arm to ensure stability at the end of its 15-foot reach.
Wacker Neuson designed two new electric demolition tools – the 15-pound EH 6M hammer and 16-pound EHB 7M rotary hammer – to deliver 9 foot pounds per blow, which the maker says is the highest single-blow impact force in class.