Six knockout benefits promised by their new demolition robots
If you’re looking for more effective and powerful machines that allow you to get your demolition work done faster and safely, then look no further than the new range of demolition robots from Husqvarna Construction.
According to Lionel Zietsman, National Sales Manager at Husqvarna Construction, while their four new DXR models offer an average of 20% power increase, improving operator safety was their foremost priority. “The new machines have functionality that optimises available power in a way that allows work to continue at high power levels even if the task may be tougher due to the circumstances – such as in warm environments, for example.”
He adds that in addition to this, a long-distance remote connection keeps the user safer and clear of any potential risks. “Our new DXR models are third-party certified in terms of safety. An all-new remote-control unit makes precision operation easier than ever and enables the user to work in challenging areas with a remote-control range of up to 100 metres.”
The new unit also enables an improved overview of machine status that contributes to increased uptime and productivity. With various multi-tools and factory-installed packages available, productivity and areas of application can be quickly enhanced. The new range has also been engineered to facilitate easier troubleshooting, thus reducing downtime even further.
“Achieving high-quality, fast results is literally in the user’s hands. More than ever, these new machines are an extension of the operator, increasing power and offering improved control over the factors that define how successful the job will be,” says Lionel.
The new range offers six knockout benefits:
1. Special applications
Thanks to its wide range of attachments, a DXR is suitable for a wide number of tasks such as delining, dismantling, cleaning or even skid-loader work.
2. Hazardous areas
A DXR robot can help to overcome hazardous environments. The risk of collapse, smoke, dust, heat or vibrations is no longer a real issue, as the operator is able to perform the job from a distance.
3. Partial or precise demolition
A Husqvarna DXR is the ideal machine for the demolition of partial structures too such as pipes, staircases and ceilings, where high precision is needed to avoid damaging the remaining structures.
4. Confined, hard-to-reach areas
Thanks to the smart, compact design, the DXR machine can easily manoeuvre through small openings or be lowered into narrow shafts to perform tasks efficiently.
5. Demolition in sensitive areas
With its direct exhaust-free electric motor, low weight and compact dimensions, the DXR is ideal for dismantling work indoors, or in sensitive areas such as hospitals, hotels or laboratories.
6. Precision at your fingertips
Users will love the easy-to-use joysticks with a convenient thumb switch, superior control due to immediate responsiveness and multiple operator patterns for precision targeting.
“We understand that demolition work can be hot, uncomfortable and demanding, so during the development of our new DXR range, the focus has been on how we can make every working day safer, easier and more productive for the user. We believe the results speak for themselves and that demolition and construction professionals will appreciate the new intelligent tech, smooth operation and high levels of performance the new DXR range delivers,” says Lionel.
Husqvarna Construction Products is a market-leading brand in the light construction equipment business. For more information on their range of machines, diamond tools and services for concrete sawing & drilling, concrete surfaces & floors, and remote demolition, visit http://www.husqvarnacp.com.