The Kobelco demolition line of machines includes three models: the SK210D Multi-Dismantling Machine, the SK350DLC Scrap Handling Machine, and the SK1000DLC Large-Building Demo Machine.
The Kobelco SK210D Multi-Dismantling Machine is designed to take apart vehicle bodies, engines, and other metal components. Two specialized crushers allow for different dismantling tasks: 1) a multi-dismantling crusher is suited for small-scale separating and the sorting of all types of metal products, including small parts such as electrical fittings and harnesses; and 2) an optional vehicle-dismantling crusher offers a more powerful grab, increased cutting force and rotational torque powerful enough to cut through a chassis and frame, according to the company.
The SK350DLC Scrap Handling Machine is engineered with a low center of gravity, a dedicated counterweight, and a “bent boom” design for efficient dumping. The 26.9-foot angled boom can negotiate the sides of a trailer flatbed or the hatch coaming on a cargo container. The SK350DLC features a two-pin grapple for stability, eliminating shaking and reducing spillage of loads.
The Kobelco SK1000DLC Large-Building Demolition Machine falls in the 220,000-pound (100-ton) class and offers flexibility with four different attachments for job-specific strength and reach capabilities: 1) The GD Ultra Long Attachment puts the priority on reaching high places, extending up to 130 feet with a 5,500-pound (2.5 ton) class crusher; 2) the HD Ultra Long Attachment focuses on high-elevation crushing force with an 11,000-pound (5-ton) class crusher and a reach of 100 feet; 3) the Separate + Insert Boom Attachment offers even more crushing force with a large crusher that carries 331,000-pound (150 tons) of tip crushing force and a reach of 65 feet; and 4) the Separate Boom Attachment is built for compact operation, with a powerful crusher, advanced workability in confined spaces, and superior lifting power near the ground, Kobelco says.