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What Is Robotic Demolition?

Robotic Demolition London is a specialist process, which an experienced and a professional drilling company will have access to. Robotic Demolition – as the name might not quite imply – is used in construction as well. Robotic Demolition is a process which is used in restoration work in particular, and can be used for all manner of sites which just so happen to be even more dangerous than usual due to the risk of collapse.

Other sites can also present other problems. Environmental hazards such as adverse weather, damage to a water or a gas main, asbestos, as well as the fact that some jobs indeed do take place in not very nice areas can also require the usage of a Robotic Demolition specialist company.

A good Robotic Demolition Company will have a range of robotic BROKK machines which are the robots which will do the heavy lifting. An operative is to stand some distance away from the BROKK robot and control it using a mechanism which is not unlike a controller.

A Robotic Demolition expert – the operator- will be able to control the BROKK machine with a degree of control which is comparable to controlling any other piece of machinery, meaning that work is more often than not efficient, accurate, entirely safe and rather fast to boot.

While indeed the main call for Robotic Demolition is in adverse environments, they are often utilised in areas which may be confined. These Robotic Demolition Robots indeed come in very many different shapes and sizes, from the size of a conventional JCB to the size of a small dog – and therefore can fit into a range of different areas.

They don’t just drill either – a BROKK robotic demolition machine will have a wide variety of attachments, meaning that the robot can become indispensable for even the most difficult seeming job.

If you’ve ever looked at architecture and thought to yourself “How did they even build that?” there’s a very good chance that a BROKK robotic demolition machine was used at least in some part of the process.   


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