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Husqvarna DXR 270, DXR 300 Demolition Robots

Husqvarna has introduced the DXR 270 and DXR 300 remote-controlled demolition robots, suited for indoor and outdoor work.

April 10, 2013

Husqvarna has introduced the DXR 270 and DXR 300 remote-controlled demolition robots, suited for indoor and outdoor work.

The 25-horsepower DXR 270 weighs 3,860 pounds and is 31 inches wide with a reach of 16 feet. The 30-horsepower DXR 300 weighs 4,320 pounds and is also 31 inches wide, with 17 feet of reach. Both units' remote controls feature a 3.5-inch color display and Bluetooth technology.

With the additions to the line, Husqvarna now offers a range of demolition robots from 2,205 to 4,410 pounds.

 
 

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